Atlas vs Chivas live Atlas FC and Guadalajara Chivas will hit the pitch in Liga MX action on Thursday, May 12. The game at Estadio Akron begins at 10:05 PM ET on NBC Universo. Atlas FC is currently third in the league table, with 27 points. Guadalajara Chivas is sixth, with 29.
Atlas and Chivas will face-off at Estadio Jalisco for the Second Leg of the 2022 Torneo Clausura Liga MX Quaterfinals. Here is all the detailed information about this Liga MX Playoffs game including the date, time, TV Channel, and Live Stream. This Liga MX quarterfinals game will be available in the United States to watch and stream live on FuboTV
Atlas vs Chivas live kick Off Time
Match Day: Thursday, May 12, 2022
Match Time: 10:05 PM ET
TV: NBC Universo
Stadium: Estadio Akron
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Atlas vs Chivas live While Saturday’s Liga MX Clausura quarterfinal second legs involved four teams that drew their opening matches, the slate of games for Sunday, May 15th, featured a pair of teams that both won their first legs away from home.
Now Atlas will be looking to seal the deal at home against Guadalajara, while Tigres UANL will be hoping to get past Cruz Azul at University Stadium.
Atlas has struggled as hosts in the 2022 Torneo Clausura Liga MX season. Atlas has won just once in their last 4 games at Estadio Jalisco. This includes a 1-1 draw against their quarterfinals rival. Their last home game was also a 1-1 draw against Tigres UANL.
On the other side, Chivas have eliminated Atlas 3 times in the Liga MX Playoffs. In addition, Chivas was eliminated in a 4-1 win against Pumas UNAM at home in the Reclassification game. Also, Chivas have an unbeaten streak with 3 wins in a row at home with 9 goals scored in those games
Atlas vs Chivas live Schedule
|4/20/2022||CF Monterrey||D 0-0||Away|
|4/24/2022||Deportivo Toluca FC||W 4-2||Away|
|4/30/2022||Tigres UANL||D 1-1||Home|
Atlas vs Chivas live Guadalajara Chivas Schedule
|4/23/2022||Pumas UNAM||W 3-1||Home|
|5/8/2022||Pumas UNAM||W 4-1||Home|
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Atlas vs Chivas live The quarterfinals for the Liga MX Femenil Clausura Liguilla have wrapped up — and they certainly did not disappoint. The Liguilla kicked off with Club América being upset by Pachuca, while Tigres dominated Atlas. C.F. Monterrey and Chivas de Guadalajara advanced to the semifinals as well, with more tight competitions.
The squad is much the same as the one that clinched the Apertura title, although winger Jairo Torres recently left to join MLS club Chicago Fire. However, Atlas has struggled in recent meetings with its cross-town rival, winning just three of the past 10 head-to-head matchups. Meanwhile, Guadalajara has won six of their clashes, which have mostly been low-scoring, tense affairs, with a very physical edge – three red cards were handed out when the two fought out a 1-1 draw in March.
After Leg 2 ended, Club América sent out sporting director Claudia Carrion to announce that head coach Craig Harrington had been fired due to “performance results.” Harrington did not come out and speak during the postgame press conference.
Harrington is a familiar face — albeit, an infamous face — in women’s soccer, being a longtime assistant coach at the Chicago Red Stars before being named head coach of the Utah Royals in 2020. He was fired for inappropriate behavior and language and hired by America in 2021. During this Clausura campaign, Harrington was suspended for verbally abusive language in America’s Week 3 match against C.F. Monterrey.
Pachuca will take on reigning Apertura champions Monterrey in the semifinals.