At the Q2 stadium in Austin, Texas, United States, the game between America vs. Tigres in a friendly match. This match will allow them to continue their playing style after the start of the Qualifiers in some countries. In the following note from Depor, we will give you information about the start time, where to watch the game and other important details.
Amidst the pause in Liga MX due to the FIFA date, both squads remained in action to not lose their competitive rhythm. However, it is important to emphasize that they cannot rely on all their players, as some have been called up by their national teams.
América, although they play at home at the Azteca Stadium, has an away game against Cruz Azul, whom they beat with a score of 2-3. The young classic ended with intense emotions thanks to Julián Quiñones. This result allowed them to climb to the sixth place in the table, currently accumulating 11 points.
For its part, Tigres also added three points and starred in a resounding victory at home in ‘Volcán’ against Querétaro, where the score ended with an impressive 5-0. This victory gives them second position in the standings, with a total of 14 points, just behind Atlético de San Luis, who lead the table with 16 points.
What time will they play America vs. Tigers?
The friendly match between América and Tigres will take place on Sunday, September 10, starting at 4:06 pm, Central Mexico time (5:06 pm, Peru time). Don’t miss any details of Depor, because we will give you every minute details of the match.
Where and how to watch the friendly America vs. Tigers?
If you want to watch the friendly match between América and Tigres, you can follow the broadcast via Televisa Channel 5 or TUDN if you are in Mexico and have cable TV. On the other hand, if you want to watch it on a streaming platform, you have the options of ViX and ViX + to know all the events of the confrontation. Remember that at Depor.com, we will offer you the best moments of this match between Mexican teams.
America vs. Tigers: possible alignment
- America: Jimenez; Fountains, Juarez, Lara, Layon; Dos Santos, Fidalgo, ‘Little Head’ Rodriguez, Naveda; Suarez and Martinez.
- Tigers: Guzman; Aquino, Kings, Samir Caetano, Gonzalez; Maya, Rioca, Quiñones; Vigon, Fulgencio and Ibanez.