Liga MX Clausura 2024 Match 1 of 17

Week one finishes up as Apertura runner up Tigres takes on quarter finalist León in the Clausura matchday one finale.

FECHAS, HORARIOS Y CANALES PARA LA JORNADA 2 DE LA LIGA MX CLAUSURA 2024
FECHAS, HORARIOS Y CANALES PARA LA JORNADA 2 DE LA LIGA MX CLAUSURA 2024 / KevSport MX
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Upcoming Tigres-León match

In 2023, the clubs split four matches. They split the two Liga MX games; they also ended up splitting two CONCACAF Champions League matches. León outscored Tigres 7-4 among those matches, also winning the high scoring affair that took place May 3 in the CONCACAF Champions League 3-1.

Stream this match on Vix at 8:00pm on January 17 or where available locally. The contest takes place at Estadio León in León, Mexico.

Hard Rock Bet has the odds favoring Leon at +150; following León is Tigres +185 and Tie +210. The spread heavily favors the match to stay within a one goal lead; similarly, the expected score is any of 1-0, 1-1, 0-1, or 0-0. French Tigres striker André-Pierre Gignac is the biggest favorite to score although no one specific shooter is heavily favored to score (there is no one approaching negative odds). The best looking bet to me at the time appears to be the under 2.5 on total goals (available on Hard Rock Bet at -125).

Matchday 1 Results

Reigning Liga MX Apertura Champion América won 2-nil over Tijuana. The highest goal count was in the 2-2 Toluca verses Querétaro match, where Uruguayan back Andrés Federico Pereira Castelnoble of Toluca knotted it up at 2 in stoppage time.

Guadalajara and Santos Laguna also tied, with the match ending 1-1. Mazatlán was outlasted by San Luiz 1-0. Pachuca won 1-0 over Cruz Azul. Monterrey took the match over Puebla 2-0. And last, the two other matches played, Nexaca 2-1 over Atlas and Pumas 1-0 over Juárez, featured the first 2 reds of Clausura 2024. Pumas went red while prevailing victorious.

Looking forward to week two, there are three matches as soon as Friday, January 19, to kick it off. Those contain Puebla-Nexaca, San Luis-Pumas, and Juárez-Cruz Azul.