Pumas UNAM will collide with Tijuana LIVE | LIVE | FREE for the opening day of the Opening Tournament of the MX League This Sunday, July 3, from 12:00 p.m. (Peruvian time and Mexican time).
The Mexican league starts from scratch. The Pumas are going for a new challenge, now, under the command of Andrés Lillini and they will do it as locals receiving Tijuana.
At what time do Pumas UNAM vs. Tijuana?
For all those who are in Spain, they will be able to follow this match from 7:00 p.m. If you live in Peru, Colombia or Ecuador you can see it from 12:00. If you are in Argentina, Uruguay, or Brazil you can follow the broadcast from 2:00 p.m.
For the territory of Mexico and Central America, the match starts at 12:00. In addition, Chile and Paraguay will have the 1:00 p.m. schedule.
The ‘university’ players arrive with two important casualties: Alfredo Talavera and Alan Mozo, however, they add Gustavo del Prete as a key piece and, waiting, to include Eduardo ‘Toto’ Salvio.
Pumas UNAM vs. Tijuana: transmission channels
To watch the match between Pumas and Tijuana of the Liga MX there are three options on the Spanish-speaking channels. If you live in the United States you can follow it through Univision NOW. If you are in Mexico you can see it via TUDN and Canal de Las Estrellas. Finally, in Central America you will be able to follow this Spanish soccer game via TUDN.
Where to watch the Pumas UNAM vs. Tijuana?
To watch the online broadcast of the match Pumas UNAM vs. Tijuana You can do it through the online signal of TUDN APP for all of Mexico and Central America. In addition, you will be able to follow all the incidents minute by minute HERE.
With all this, although they are not favorites, they hope to get their eighth title. On the other hand, the ‘Xolos’ hope to have great achievements again, as they did at the time with Miguel Herrera at the helm.
Probable lineups for Pumas vs. Tijuana
Cougars: Julio Gonzalez (P); Jesús Rivas, Nicolás Freiré (c), Ricardo Galindo, Adrián Aldrete; Higor Meritao, Leo López, Diogo de Oliveira, Jorge Ruvalcaba; Gustavo del Petre and Juan Ignacio Dinenno.
Tijuana: Orozco (P); Loroña, López, Guzmán, Rubio, Vázquez, Rivera, Canelo, Borbona, Ferreyra and Rodríguez.
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