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After a fantastic Copa Por Mexico tournament with Cruz Azul taking home the trophy, we now have the start of Liga MX, Mexico's top soccer league. Tonight we have Chivas taking on Club Leon in the first match of three on Saturday night. Here is everything that you need to know to follow the Liga MX action this weekend! Club Leon Saturday, July 258:00 p.m. ETTelemundofuboTV (watch for free)' We'll keep updating the 2020 Liga MX schedule so keep checking back for everything you need to know about Liga MX this season! 2020 Liga MX Schedule Saturday, July 25 Chivas vs.
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How to watch Chivas – Club Leone stream TV Channel: Telemundo Stream: Telemundo Deportes Envivo Chivas – Club Leon stream: How to watch Liga MX's Apertura opener originally appeared on NBCSports.com The Chivas Guadalajara vs Leon Liga MX match will take place this Saturday, July 25, 2020, 5:00 PM Pacific, at the Estadio Akron. Here I will talk about the different viewing options for the Chivas Guadalajara vs Leon match. This match will be televised in Mexico on izzi. If you live in the USA, this match will be broadcast on television live with Telemundo. You can stream the match in the USA with Fubo TV which offers a 7-day free trial.
Watch Chivas Guadalajara vs Leon Live Online The Chivas Guadalajara vs Leon 2020 Liga MX match will be broadcast at 5:00 PM Pacific: TV Schedule: Telemundo Watch Live Online: FuboTV (Watch 7 Days Free) TIJUANA, MEXICO - FEBRUARY 21: Ernesto Alexis Vega of Chivas laments during the 7th round match between Tijuana and Chivas as part of the Torneo Clausura 2020 Liga MX at Caliente Stadium on February 21, 2020 in Tijuana, Mexico. Liga MX's Guard1anes 2020 started yesterday with Tigres beating Necaxa 2-0, but as more news of COVID-19 cases piles on for teams like Chivas who have yet to play a game, it begs the question if the season should be canceled to avoid putting more players health in jeopardy. Chivas de Guadalajara took a huge blow earlier this week as three players tested positive with COVID-19, but the news of those names wasn't revealed until a day or so later. Two team regulars who usually see a lot of time on the pitch. With said news, another round of tests was implemented and with the other round of testing, it was found that Alexis Vega also tested positive for COVID-19. The official statement from Liga Mx's website said: The LIGA MX and the Club Deportivo Guadalajara report: Following the established protocols, after detecting 3 positives for COVID-19 at the beginning of the week, the Club proceeded to isolate the players with the highest risk of being infected due to contact with these people. Derived from this, new tests were carried out, yielding a positive result, that of the player Alexis Vega. He is isolated, asymptomatic and under observation, according to the guidelines of the health authorities and LIGA MX itself. In this way, Club Guadalajara guarantees that all the players who will be available tonight in their match against the Lion are negative in the PCR tests. This news was revealed today, game day for Chivas vs. Leon. Chivas did the responsible thing and reported the positive test. It shouldn't have to be a tough decision, but it's hard when three starters in the same week contracted COVID-19 and there is a risk of Oribe Peralta seeing playing time for the Guadalajaran club. One big take away here Is there may be other teams put in this situation in the future and it's an unfortunate one, but fingers crossed teams report accurately and don't endanger other players on the pitch's health. With more clubs as even America reporting 5 COVID-19 cases, making a total of 10 teams all currently having at least one positive case that's being monitored. The start of this Liga MX season couldn't be off to a worse start. What Chivas Guadalajara vs Leon Where Estadio Akron (Guadalajara, Mexico) When Saturday, July 25th at 8:00 PM ET How to watch Telemundo Is it possible to already have a playoff preview during Week 1 of a new Liga MX season? In what should prove to be the game of the weekend, both Chivas Guadalajara and Leon appear to once again be on the cusp of becoming a couple of Mexico's top teams. Chivas, who recently finished in 2nd place of the preseason Copa Por Mexico tournament, have all the right tools to dominate not only Leon, but numerous Liga MX opponents. With a frontline that includes young Mexican stalwarts such as Jose Juan Macias, Alexis Vega and Jesus Angulo, Chivas' attack will arguably be one of the most lethal in the upcoming season. But if we're talking about threatening attacking options, we shouldn't overlook Leon either. With more goals scored than any other Liga MX team over the last two seasons, Leon's firepower is an entertaining marvel that has thwarted many rivals. Over the last 12 to 16 months, few teams, if any, have been as reliable as last season's 2nd place team when it comes to finding multiple goals per game. Chivas Guadalajara vs Leon Odds Both teams have something to offer, but it looks like Chivas will have a narrow advantage. As mentioned earlier though, we can't overlook Leon just yet. When looking at the last two seasons, no Liga MX team has more goals scored than Leon. The team ranked 2nd in ball possession and were 1st when looking at xG (expected goals) per shot. Leon is a powerhouse in the final third and has maintained most of their daunting frontline figures as they head into the weekend. Key players like Angel Mena and Luis Montes will be fit and expected to either help assist goals or score them themselves. And even if Mena and Montes aren't capable of doing so, what makes Leon so dangerous is the fact that they have a number of other goal-scoring options that have had no issues with stepping up when other vital players have underperformed. The Impact Of Jose Juan Macias, Chivas' Efficient Striker Who will be the next Mexican striker that takes the world by storm? It might be a developing player sitting up top for Chivas. Macias, at the age of 20, has already become a household name in the Mexican soccer scene. With an eye for accurate finishing and excellent ball control, the young striker has emerged as a potential target for a number of European clubs. But before he goes abroad, he still has plenty to prove at the domestic level with Chivas. A good season would do wonders before possibly making the leap towards a European club, and assuming he could eventually do so, a first step in the right direction would be through a noteworthy season-opening performance against Leon. For all of their success in their frontlines, Chivas and Leon still have much to work left to do when it comes to defense. When looking at the stats from the last two Liga MX seasons, both teams landed in the top eight of xGA (expected goals against). Their attack-minded playing styles, although attractive, leaves them susceptible to counters throughout any game. This means we could see plenty of goals on Saturday. In an effort to make a statement in the first week of the season, don't expect either side to sit back or play conservatively in the start of a new tournament. We should see goals from both clubs in what should be an entertaining and closely battled shoot-out.