Cruz Azul vs Tijuana meet for the first day of the Clausura 2023 tournament of the Liga MX. The match will be played this Sunday, January 8 at the Caliente stadium, owned by the ‘Xolos’. Know all the details of the game, what time they play and where to follow the game for free, among other details.
WHAT TIME DOES CRUZ AZUL VS TIJUANA PLAY?
9:10 p.m. – Mexico
10:10 p.m. – Peru, Ecuador, Colombia
11:10 p.m. – Venezuela, Bolivia
00:10 hours on Saturday – Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, Chile and Paraguay
02:10 am – Spain, Germany, Italy, France
WHERE TO FOLLOW CRUZ AZUL VS TIJUANA
The Cruz Azul Tijuana match for the Clausura 2023 of the Liga MX will be broadcast on TV in Mexico through Fox Sports Premium, while ESPN+ and ESPN Deportes will broadcast it in other territories. Fútbol Libre and Fanatiz are some options to watch the duel online via streaming.
Clausura 2023 has already started, where the ‘Tuzos’ of Pachuca led by the Uruguayan Guillermo Almada will seek to revalidate the title they won in the previous tournament. But among the candidates for the championship are also the América of the Argentine coach Fernando Ortiz, the Monterrey of the Mexican technical director Víctor Manuel Vucetich and the Tigres of Diego Cocca. And Cruz Azul does not want to be left behind.
In the lower part of the table of quotients, Juárez, Mazatlán, Tijuana and Querétaro will try to avoid avoiding the economic fines established in the absence of relegation; The one who finishes last at the end of the tournament will pay 80 million pesos (about 4.1 million dollars), the penultimate 47 million pesos (about 2.43 million dollars) and the penultimate 33 million pesos (1.7 million of dollars).
The Clausura 2023 will be played with a regular phase in which everyone will face everyone and the first four will qualify for the quarterfinals. The other four tickets to the phase of the eight, will be for the winners of a play-off between the occupants of the fifth to twelfth places.
For fans, the tournament will be an economic challenge because they will have to hire apps to watch most of the games. This weekend, for example, only two of the nine games will be broadcast on direct television.
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