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Tigers vs. Tigers Chivas de Guadalajara: date, venue, time and channel
Day: Thursday, May 25
Place: Estadio Universitario de Nueva León
Hours: 8:00 p.m. from CDMX
TV: Canal 5 | Streaming: ViX Plus
How will Tigers vs. Tigers line up? Chivas de Guadalajara this May 25th?
Possible XI of Tigers: Guzman; Angulo, Reyes, Pizarro, Aquino, Garza, Vigon, Rafael Carioca, Gorriaran, Gignac, Cordova.
Possible XI of Chivas de Guadalajara: Jimenez; Orozco, Briseno, Sepulveda, Gonzalez, Alvarado, Carlos Cisneros, Guzman, Beltran, Vega, Ronaldo Cisneros.
What happens in case of a tie in the Liga MX final?
In accordance with Article 21 of the 2022-23 Liga MX regulations, if at the end of the 180 regulation minutes of the final there is a tie on the aggregate score, two extra times of 15 minutes each will be played. If the tie persists at the end of these extra times, the winning team will be determined by a penalty shootout.
When is Tigres vs. Tigers played? Chivas of Guadalajara?
Tigers vs. Tigers Chivas de Guadalajara will be the match that will determine the champion of the Clausura 2023 Tournament and will be defined in two matches: the first leg will be played on Thursday, May 25, and the return, on Sunday 28 of this month.
Background of the Tigers vs. Chivas of Guadalajara
In the history of the clashes between Tigres vs. Chivas de Guadalajara, three matches stand out prior to the Final of the Clausura 2023, being the last time in the Final of the Clausura 2017. Guadalajara has a good record in Liguilla against the felines, with four wins and two draws, managing to emerge victorious in all those series. The first meeting occurred in the Clausura 2007, with a result of 6-3 in the Quarterfinals and an aggregate of 6-3 in favor of the rojiblancos. The second meeting was in the Quarterfinals of the Clausura 2011, with an aggregate of 4-2 in favor of the Tapatíos. The last meeting took place in the Final of the Clausura 2017, where Chivas took the victory with an aggregate of 4-3. In the first leg, they drew 2-2 at the University Stadium, while in the second leg, Chivas won with a score of 2-1 at the Akron Stadium.
Timeline of Tigres vs. Chivas of Guadalajara
Tigres and Guadalajara meet for the fourth time in Liga MX. In this series of playoffs, Chivas have prevailed on the three previous occasions, facing each other in the Clausura 2007, Clausura 2011, and Clausura 2017.
Tigres has a positive record in home playoffs: they have won three of their last four home games in Liga MX playoffs, managing to keep their unbeaten record in half of those matches.
Guadalajara has won two of its three most recent visits to Tigres in Liga MX, including the most recent 2-1 victory. However, they have not managed to string together victories on the Tigres ground from November 1995 to August 1997.
After beating América 3-1 in the second leg of the semifinals, Guadalajara will look to achieve consecutive away wins in the Mexican Primera División for the first time from December 2006 to May 2007.
Tigres has kept an unbeaten record in 45.5% of its Liga MX matches so far this year. This achievement places the team with the second-best record among the 18 teams of the Clausura 2023 tournament, only surpassed by León, who has not conceded goals in 50% of his matches.