Where can I watch Atlas Vs. Guadalajara on television?
where to watch atlas f.c. vs chivas de guadalajara – If you live in the United States, the fight between Atlas and Guadalajara will be broadcast on Univision and TUDN USA. Mexico, the clash drive remain broadcast on Canal 5, Azteca 7 and pay television channels TUDN and Afizzionados. If you live somewhere else, please visit our dedicated match page for more information on how to watch this match on television in your state.
Where can I watch Atlas vs. Guadalajara online?
Liga MX followers in the United States will be wise to watch the game via the TUDN app, TUDN.com, and Univisión NOW., an choice that will also give you the ability to watch the match on demand. For users residing in Mexico, the clash will be available to stream on various platforms, including VIX+, the TUDN.com website and Azteca Deportes en Vivo. If you need to watch this game in another country, visit our dedicated match page for more details on streaming in your country.
Atlas vs Guadalajara – Team News
The home side come into this match off the back of their best win in the competition, which came in an absent match against Puebla that ended 4-0 for Benjamin Mora’s side. The red and black have not been at their best at domestic level, as they have only won once in front of their home fans, with three draws and three losses for the red and black, including one against Lyon. Zero defeat included. Last out at Jalisco Stadium. Players like Julian Quince, Brian Lozano and Julio Furch will be key to their intentions if they want to change the momentum at home.
Chivas, on the other hand, went into the international break after suffering a heavy 4-2 defeat against the USA in the Mexican Clasico, ending their unbeaten run at home. Now, Chivas return to the road by the intention of getting back to winning ways, as they have done in four of their seven away games. The return of Alexis Vega will remain key to their Laguilla hopes, but if he is not there to contribute, Victor Guzmán’s scoring form (five goals) will be useful in punishing his boyhood club.
Now is the list of players who will not remain able to make in this game.
Atlas: No injury absences.
Guadalajara: José Juan Macías (injured).
Atlas vs Guadalajara: Head to head
- Atlas comes into this match with a five game unbeaten streak against Guadalajara.
- The most recent match between these teams ended in a 1-1 draw.
- Guadalajara can’t beat Los Rosengros since April 2021.
- Atlas defeated Chivas in the Clausura 2022 quarterfinals en route to their second title among 2021 and 2022. The aggregate score between the two Jalisco teams was 3-2 for Los Rojinegros.
- There has been only one clean sheet in the last five Classics between these teams. Atlas claimed its one-zero win in October 2021.
- This will be Benjamin Mora and Veljko Paunovic’s individual debuts against Guadalajara and Atlas.
Chivas vs Atlas: times, how to watch on TV, stream online | Liga MX
Chivas will be looking to their fans to get behind them as they attempt to turn around their quarter final tie in the second installment of the Clásico Tapatío against Atlas at Akron stadium on Sunday night. Visitors Atlas head into the decider with a one-goal advantage from the first leg – Julián Quiñones scored the only goal of the game, a route one move and finish just before half-time.
But it could have finished very differently at the Jalisco – Víctor Guzmán saw his penalty saved by Camilo Vargas on the half hour and Atlas struck the bar at the other end shortly afterwards.
So the tie remains in the balance and Veljko Paunovic is confident that with their fans behind them, his side can pull back level and go on to win the return leg. “We have complete faith that we can get back in this,” he said after last week’s first leg. “We’ll turn it around, 100% sure of that”.
Judging by their recent meetings, it could be another close affair – the regular season clash back in April ended 3-3 and the game before that, during the Apertura 2022 also finished level (1-1).
Chivas vs Atlas preview
It produced their best finish to the regular season in 19 years, finishing level on points with América but with an inferior goal difference (+15 compared to Las Águilas +10).
Benjamín Mora’s side finished seven places behind Guadalajara in the regular phase even though they only lost one game more than their quarter final opponents. Atlas eliminated Cruz Azul, beating them home and away to reach the quarter finals. They have worse defensive figures and that could be a crucial factor – they conceded 22 goals on their way to the playoffs compared to the 18 which Guadalajara let in.
Mora admitted after the first leg that he is taking nothing for granted: “We will be approaching the second leg as if we didn’t have an advantage. We will take it game by game. It’s open – we will be doing what we have to do and so will Chivas. We could have scored more in the first leg but then Chivas had chances that, had they scored, could have complicated things for us”.
Chivas vs Atlas: prediction
On paper it promises to be close. There has been very little to separate these two in the most recent meetings. Playing at home will be a massive benefit for Veljko Paunovic’s side, who were also more consistent over the regular season, finishing third with just three defeats and while Atlas’ form was not too dissimilar, they have been unable to kill games off this season and that was reflected in their final position in the table – ninth and drawing over half of their games. Atlas have won two out of the last five meetings – the other three ended level.
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