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Tigres UANL Live Stream, How to Watch Liga MX, Schedule, TV Channel, Start Time

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 on Friday. In the first game, we have Necaxa taking on Tigres UANL on Friday night. Here is everything that you need to know to follow the Liga MX action this weekend! Tigres UANL Friday, July 248:00 p.m. ETTUDNfuboTV (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 All times Eastern.

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The Necaxa vs Tigres can be tuned from the live streams of TUDN App. If you want to watch the game live on the internet, VAVEL USA is your best option. Tigres faces Necaxa in a Liga MX match at the Estadio Victoria de Aguascalientes in Aguascalientes, Mexico, on Friday, July 24, 2020 (7/24/20). Fans without cable can watch the match for free via a trial of fuboTV or Sling. The contest will be played without fans in attendance as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. WATCH LIVE: fuboTV (free trial) Here's what you need to know: What: Liga MX Who: Necaxa vs. Tigres When: Friday, July 24, 2020 Time: 8:30 p.m. ET Where: Estadio Victoria de Aguascalientes TV: TUDN Channel finder: Verizon Fios, AT&T U-verse, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, Cox, DIRECTV, Dish, Hulu, fuboTV, Sling. Live stream: fuboTV (free trial) Mexican coach Javier Aguirre will not go with Leganés to the Spanish second division next season, the club said on Monday. Leganés thanked the coach for leaving the team "one goal away" from escaping demotion in La Liga. The club from southern Madrid drew with titleholder Real Madrid 2-2 at home on Sunday to finish one point from safety. It squandered several late chances to get the goal that would have kept it in the top flight. Aguirre was with Leganés since November 2019, leading the team to seven wins, 10 draws and nine losses. It was unbeaten in the last five league rounds, with three wins and two draws. The club did not immediately announce a replacement for Aguirre. Leganés last played in the second division of Spanish football in 2015-16. (The Associated Press contributed to this report.)