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2019-2020 Copa MX Round of 16 – Second Legs: Where to Watch

Copa MX logoThe knockout rounds of the 2019-2020 Copa MX continue this week with the second legs of the round of sixteen.

The round of sixteen is a total goals, aggregate score series; away goals are not tiebreakers. Should the aggregate be tied at the end of the second leg, the winner will be determined by penalty kicks – no extra time will be played.

First Leg Results
Querétaro 3-2 FC Juárez
Venados 1-1 Pachuca
Chivas de Guadalajara 1-2 Dorados de Sinaloa
Atlético San Luis 0-1 Tijuana 
Celaya 3-4 Monterrey
Cafetaleros 4-1 Monarcas Morelia
Atlas 2-1 Toluca
Santos Laguna 4-2 Pumas UNAM

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Clausura 2020 Week 3: Where to Watch

Jornada 3 of the Liga MX Clausura 2020: Who’s playing who? When? And on what channel?

All the info you need to catch all the games you’re interested in.

All times Eastern, home team listed first.

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2019-2020 Copa MX Round of 16 – First Legs: Where to Watch

Copa MX logoThe knockout rounds of the 2019-2020 Copa MX get underway this week with the first legs of the round of sixteen.

The round of sixteen is a total goals, aggregate score series; away goals are not tiebreakers. Should the aggregate be tied at the end of the second leg, the winner will be determined by penalty kicks – no extra time will be played.

All times Eastern, home team listed first.

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Clausura 2020 Week 2: Where to Watch

Jornada 2 of the Liga MX Clausura 2020: Who’s playing who? When? And on what channel?

All the info you need to catch all the games you’re interested in.

All times Eastern, home team listed first.

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Clausura 2020 Week 1: Where to Watch

Jornada 1 of the Liga MX Clausura 2020: Who’s playing who? When? And on what channel?

All the info you need to catch all the games you’re interested in.

All times Eastern, home team listed first.

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Apertura 2019 Gran Final Second Leg – Where to Watch

Liga MX logoThe Apertura 2019 Liga MX champion will be crowned this Sunday when América hosts Monterrey in the second leg of the Gran Final.

The Rayados earned a 2-1 victory in the first leg, meaning they’ll take the title with a win or a draw in this one; the Águilas will need to win by one to send the series to extra time, and by two to claim the crown outright. There are no tiebreakers in the final, so away goals are not a factor.

América overturned first-leg deficits in both the quarterfinal and semifinal rounds, and will look to do the same here en route to what would be a record-setting 14th championship, while Monterrey will look to hold their advantage as they aim for their 5th league title.

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Apertura 2019 Gran Final First Leg – Where to Watch

Liga MX logoAfter a two-and-a-half week hiatus, the Liga MX playoffs resume this week with the Gran Final. Monterrey, who is fresh off winning third place in the 2019 FIFA Club World Cup, will host the first leg of the final against Club América this Thursday.

The 8th-seeded Rayados upset superlíder Santos Laguna with a 6-3 aggregate win in the quarterfinals before beating Necaxa 3-1 on aggregate in the semifinals; the Águilas, seeded 6th, had a bumpier road to the finals, as they had to overturn first-leg deficits in both the quarterfinals, against Tigres UANL, and the semifinals, against Monarcas Morelia.

Monterrey will now look for their fifth league title – and their first since the Apertura 2010 – while América is aiming for a record-setting 14th championship.

The final is a total goals, aggregate score series; away goals are not tiebreakers.

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Club World Cup: Monterrey vs Al-Hilal – Where to Watch

Image result for fifa club world cup 2019 logoMonterrey will look to match their best-ever FIFA Club World Cup finish when they take on Al-Hilal in the third-place game this Saturday.

The Rayados suffered a harsh loss to Liverpool in the semifinals after conceding a stoppage-time goal to fall 2-1 to the UEFA champions. Their opponent in this one, Al-Hilal – the AFC champion – fell 3-1 to Flamengo in their semifinal.

Both teams will look to end the tournament on a positive note with a win in this one.

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Club World Cup: Monterrey vs Liverpool – Where to Watch

Image result for fifa club world cup 2019 logoThe 2019 FIFA Club World Cup continues this week with the semifinal round. Monterrey, the CONCACAF champion, reached the semifinal after beating the host nation’s representative, Al Sadd, in the quarterfinals; they’ll now take on UEFA champion Liverpool, who is entering the tournament in this round.

The Rayados have qualified for the Club World Cup three times previously, and reached the semifinal round just once, in 2012, where they fell 3-1 to Chelsea.

Liverpool has played in the Club World Cup just once before, back in 2005, where they reached the final but fell 1-0 to São Paulo.

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Club World Cup: Monterrey vs Al Sadd – Where to Watch

Image result for fifa club world cup 2019 logoThe 2019 FIFA Club World Cup got underway in Qatar this week, and CONCACAF representative Monterrey will start their participation on Saturday, entering the tournament in the quarterfinal round.

Their opponent will be Al-Sadd Sports Club, who are representing the host nation and who earned their spot in the quarterfinals with a 3-1 victory in extra time against New Caledonia’s Hienghène Sport in the playoff round.

Al-Sadd qualified for the Club World Cup once before, in 2011, where they finished third. Monterrey will be participating in the tournament for the fourth time; their best finish is likewise third, which they earned in 2012, while in both 2011 and 2013 they finished fifth.

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