Concacaf Champions League quarterfinal play is back underway Tuesday, with the first of four second-leg matches unfolding at 8 p.m. ET. Learn how to watch Comunicaciones vs. New York City FC, as well as the other three matches taking place on Wednesday and Thursday, live in the USA and internationally.

The Concacaf Champions League returns with quarterfinal second-leg action. Eight teams will take part in four games across three days to finish what they started last week.

Comunicaciones vs. New York City FC

New York City FC will travel down to Guatemala to face Comunicaciones on Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET.

The Boys in Blue arrive at Estadio Mateo Flores with a two-goal advantage after a 3-1 win in the first leg on Tuesday, March 8. Comunicaciones' away fixture looked as if they were playing at home, with thousands of Guatemalans cheering for 90 minutes at Yankee Stadium. However, the home atmosphere that the Guatemalans brought to New York was not enough to keep NYCFC from winning the outing.

Los Cremas hope for a special night in Guatemala City, like the one they had in the round of 16 against Colorado Rapids.

CF Montreal vs. Cruz Azul

Club de Foot Montreal aims to put an end to its current four-game losing streak when they face Cruz Azul at home on Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET.

CF Montreal finds itself in the same position it was after its round of 16 first leg match against Santos Laguna in February; A goal down after with a home fixture still left to be played. Montreal defeated Santos in Canada 3-0 and will hope to do the same against La Maquina on Wednesday. Montreal will look to make the best out of the cold weather.  

Manager Olivier Renard and Montreal players hope to snap a four-game losing streak against a strong Cruz Azul side that is coming off a 2-1 home win against Pumas UNAM.

Pumas UNAM vs. New England Revolution

New England Revolution will see off Pumas UNAM on Wednesday at 10:15 p.m. ET.

The Revs made the best out of home-field advantage last time around, defeating Pumas 3-0 on a cold night at Gillette Stadium. Now, New England will travel South and play in the subtropical highland climate that Mexico City offers all year round. Pumas needs at least three goals and a clean sheet to push the game to extra time.

Both teams are struggling early in their respected leagues. On one hand, the Revs are 1-1-1 to start their MLS campaign. On the other hand, Pumas are 3-4-2 as they enter Liga MX Matchday 11.

Leon vs. Seattle Sounders

Club Leon host Seattle Sounders will close the Concacaf Champions League quarterfinal stage on Thursday at 8:30 p.m. ET

The Sounders stunned Leon 3-0 at Lumen Field on Tuesday, March 8. Fredy Montero bagged a brace, and Jordan Morris picked up a late goal off the bench. Sounders will aim to preserve their three-goal lead and advance to the semifinals.

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