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Chivas vs Toronto - CONCACAF CL final

Guadalajara vs Toronto preview - CONCACAF Champions League Final

April 25, 2018 By Oscar Rojas
The Mexican side gets to this game in prime position to secure their first international title since 1962. Can Toronto extend their drought?

Broadcast info

Who's playing? The last game of the CONCACAF Champions League is set to take place today, as Chivas and Toronto lock horns to determine the winner of the competition. Chivas gets to this match with a one-goal lead, and Toronto will need to score at least twice to match Guadalajara's away goal tally to if they want to have a shot at the title.

What time? Wednesday, April 25, at 18:30 PT/ 20:30 CT/ 21:30 ET

What stadium? Estadio Chiva, located in Guadalajara and renamed for commercial purposes, will be the venue hosting this match. This stadium can accomodate up to 49,850 fans.

On which channels?

In Mexico: Fox Sports 2 Cono Norte, Fox Sports Cono Norte

In the U.S.: go90, Univision Deportes, fuboTV

In Canada: RDS GO, RDS 2, TSN2, TSN GO

*Get up-to-date broadcast listings.

Match facts

  • Chivas will try to secure their first international title since 1962.

  • Toronto is playing their first CONCACAF final.

  • Only three MLS teams have played the tournament's final: Toronto (2018), Montreal Impact (2015) and Real Salt Lake (2011).

  • Liga MX teams have dominated the CONCACAF Champions League for over a decade, winning every single tournament since 2006.

Team news

Both coaches will have a full squad to choose from, but there are matters away from the pitch that could motivate each side to reach the title.

Guadalajara's footballers have been involved in a controversy with the team execs, who have failed to pay them some rewards for winning the Liga and Copa MX titles last year. They've used their social media accounts to protest, and the people's voice is behind them on this matter, giving them an extra boost for Wednesday's clash.

On the other side of the pitch, Toronto FC players have shown their solidarity to the attack perpetrated by a man driving a van in their city of residence. Coach Greg Vanney and midfielder Michael Bradley have already stated that their performance tonight will be a tribute to those who lost their lives.



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