Two more matches are set to take place in the next 48 hours, which will be key to determine the winners of each tie. Follow them with our detailed info.

The final stage of the Mexican tournament continues on Wednesday and Thursday, this time with the first leg of the semi-finals in what should be an electric start of the final four.

The previous stage delivered some surprises for fans, starting with the elimination of No.2 seed Monterrey, who were unable to turn things around at home. The other major surprise came with Pumas UNAM, who were able to revert a one-nil loss in the first leg to go back home and win their tie against Chivas with an emphatic 3-0 score.

Now, the stage is set for two interesting ties featuring two of the most winning teams in Liga MX: América and Tigres. América have dominated the league for quite a bit of time, while Tigres and their status as defending champions speaks volumes of their capabilities. Since both teams will host the second legs, both are considered favorites to reach the final, but if Liga MX has taught us anything, is that there is no shortage of surprises when the Liguilla is in play.

Without further ado, let's look at all the fixtures.

Wednesday, December 6

San Luis vs América - The first semi-final will feature the most surprising team in the league against the top club in the competition. San Luis had to re-think their plans for this season following coach André Jardiné's exit to América only two weeks before the start of the league, and now they will get to face the man that ditched them to coach one of the most powerful teams in the league. Their meeting in the regular season ended in a one-nil win for América at the venue where tonight's game is going to be played, which will serve as a testament of what could happen in a couple of hours. Nonetheless, San Luis are highly motivated to win this tie in front of their supporters, and given their performance against Monterrey, we could be in for a real "giant-killing" if the red and white team can pull one more stunner against Las Águilas tonight.

 

Match details, result and original broadcast info

Atlético San Luis 0 - 5 América

December 6, 2023 10:00pmEstadio Alfonso Lastras Ramírez (San Luis Potosí)

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Thursday, December 7

Pumas UNAM vs Tigres UANL - The second semi-final clash will feature two in-form teams, with Pumas returning to a semi-final for the first time since 2021 and trying to end a ten-year drought without a title. On the other hand, the defending champions hardly broke a sweat to defeat Puebla at home, but the most recent game at Pumas' Estadio Universitario gives them reasons to believe they can take the lead for the return leg. Meanwhile, Tigres return to a semi-final tie after just six months, with the massive difference of having to host the return leg and not having to fight to come from behind. To top it all, André-Pierre Gignac is still in top form for the team in blue and gold, which could be enough to shift things their way and see them reach another title series.

 

Match details, result and original broadcast info

Pumas UNAM 0 - 1 Tigres UANL

December 7, 2023 10:00pmEstadio Olímpico de Universitario (Ciudad de México (D.F.))

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