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Liga MX - How and where to watch Matchday 17 in the Guard1anes 2021 tournament

April 29, 2021 By Oscar Rojas
The last weekend of the regular season in the Mexican top-flight will keep fans on the edge of their seats. Don't miss a beat with our detailed guide.

The last weekend of action in Liga MX will hand out the remaining spots in the playoffs and in the KO ties. The tournament was marked by the massive dominance exercized by Cruz Azul and América, while Puebla have to be named as the greatest surprise of the competition.

Matchday 17 will kick off on Thursday, with San Luis and Pachuca locking horns at Alfonso Lastras' Stadium. Los Tuzos are still gunning for a spot in the KO ties, while San Luis are trying to avoid being forced to pay the relegation fine, which would only come to fruition if Atlas lose their match against Necaxa on Friday. The games scheduled for Friday will also include Toluca visiting the already eliminated Juárez.

Saturday will be action-packed, with four games taking place that day. The most interesting matches will be, without a dbout, the clash between Guadalajara and Tigres UANL, who will define a spot in the KO ties. The other match that will have a direct influence in the standings will be the Monterrey vs Mazatlán game. Added to those matches, León and Querétaro lock horns with a spot in the KO ties in play, and Tijuana's visit to Cruz Azul's stadium with former La Máquina boss Robert Dante Siboldi facing his old team.

Sunday will also bring a couple of interesting duels, with Santos and Puebla leading the way and fighting for a direct spot in the playoffs. The last game of the regular season will bring us a massive showdown between Pumas and América, with Pumas in need of a win to keep their KO-tie hopes alive.

Let's see what Matchday 17 in the Liga MX holds in store for fans (Image courtesy of Liga MX's Twitter feed)

Here is how things stand for all Liga MX teams ahead of this last weekend in the regular season of the Guard1anes 2021.

Cruz Azul: No.1 seed for the playoffs.

América: No.2 seed for the playoffs.

Puebla: A draw would grant them a spot in the playoffs, while a win would see them earn the No.3 seed.

Monterrey: A win for Rayados would earn them a spot in the playoffs. 

Santos: The green and white need to beat Puebla to earn a spot in the playoffs. A draw or a loss will condemn them to the KO ties. 

León: The defending champions may still become the No.4 seed, but they need to beat Querétaro and wait for Monterrey and Santos to lose. A draw would send them to the KO ties, and a loss would see them drop in the standings.

Toluca: Los Diablos may still become the No.4 seed, but they would need losses by Monterrey, Santos, and  León, added to a win in their game. A draw would send them to the KO ties, and a loss could mark the end of the tournament.

Atlas: Los Rojinegros may still become the No.4 seed, but in order to do that, they must win their match to avoid a fine for being the last place in the relegation table. A loss or a draw, combined with a win by San Luis, would ban them from the KO ties.

Guadalajara: Los Rojiblancos may still become the No.4 seed, but they need losses by Monterrey, Santos, León, Toluca, and Atlas to make that happen. A draw would send them to the KO ties, and a loss could mark the end of the competition for them. 

Tigres UANL: The FIFA Club World Cup finalists may still become the No.4 seed, but they would need losses by Monterrey, Santos, León, Toluca, and Atlas to do so. A draw would send them to the KO ties, while a loss could eliminate them from the tournament.

Querétaro: Los Gallos can only access the KO ties as things stand, with their main goal being to improve their current spot. A win would guarantee them a spot in that round, while a draw or a loss may force them to wait for developments. 

Mazatlán: The purple team can only access the KO ties as things stand, with their main goal being to improve their current spot. A win would guarantee them a spot in that round, while a draw or a loss may force them to wait for developments. 

Pachuca: Los Tuzos can only access the KO ties as things stand, with their main goal being to improve their current spot. A win would guarantee them a spot in that round, while a draw or a loss would eliminate them from the tournament.

Tijuana: Los Xolos can only access the KO ties as things stand, with their main goal being to improve their current spot. A win would guarantee them a spot in that round, while a draw or a loss would eliminate them from the tournament.

Pumas UNAM: Los Pumas can only access the KO ties as things stand, with their main goal being to improve their current spot. A win would guarantee them a spot in that round, while a draw or a loss would eliminate them from the tournament..

San LuisJuárez and Necaxa: Eliminated.

Liga MX - Matchday 17 broadcast info


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