Chivas vs. Atlas LIVE on TV: where to watch Liguilla MX

Atlas clash LIVE, LIVE and ONLINE TV for the second leg of the Liguilla MX quarter-final at the Estadio Akron. Check in the following lines the best preview that only Depor can offer you. You can’t miss it. The match kicks off at 7:05 p.m. (Central Mexico time) and is on OFFICIAL LIVE BROADCAST NOW on TV Azteca and Futbol Libre for Latin America.

The ‘rojinegro’ team took the win in the Clausura 2023 quarter-final match. It was a 1-0 win with a goal by Quiñones in the final part of the first half. During the regular tournament, Atlas had 4 wins, 9 draws and 4 defeats, so they played the play-off against Cruz Azul and beat them by the minimum difference. To qualify, they must maintain their advantage at the Akron stadium.

Chivas vs. Atlas LIVE on TV: where to watch Liguilla MX

Meanwhile, Guadalajara finished the Clausura 2023 tournament in third place overall with 34 points, thanks to 10 wins, four draws and three defeats. To qualify for the ‘semis’ of the Liguilla MX, they need to beat the ‘Rojinegros’ at home. It will be a game of life or death. Not to be missed by football fans.

What time does Chivas vs. Atlas play?
The eagerly awaited match at the Akron is scheduled to be played this Sunday from 19:05 hours (Mexico time). It should be noted that the time depends on the country you are in. For example, in Peru, Colombia and Ecuador the match will kick off at 20:05 hours. Take your precautions and don’t miss the match.

Chivas vs. Atlas broadcasting channels

Chivas vs. Atlas will be available on free-to-air TV. The broadcast channel will be TV Azteca, while if you want to watch it on pay TV you can follow it on TUDN. Remember that it will also be available on Futbol Libre TV. In Depor you will be able to follow the minute by minute and the match.

Chivas vs. Atlas: possible line-ups
Chivas: Miguel Jiménez; ‘Tiba’ Sepúlveda, Jesús Chiquete, Alan Mozo, Alejandro Mayorga; ‘Oso’ González, Fernando Beltrán, ‘Pocho’ Guzmán (C); Isaác Brizuela, Carlos Cisneros, Ronaldo Cisneros.

Atlas: Camilo Vargas; Hugo Nervo, Gaddi Aguirre, ‘Hueso’ Reyes, Diego Barbosa; Aldo Rocha (C), Jéremy Márquez, Ozziel Herrera, Brian Lozano; Julián Quiñones, Julio Furch.