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America vs Sivas They face each other in the first leg of the Clausura 2023 semi-finals Liga MX. Here you can find the live streaming of the match including when it is, the timing of the match, where to watch it, how both teams are faring, possible lineups and other details.

Tables America VS Chivas

The first leg America vs Chivas will be played this Thursday, May 18, at Akron Stadium in Guadalajara, Mexico starting at 8:10 PM. See the country-wise table below:

  • 8:10 pm – Mexico
  • 9:10 pm – Peru, Ecuador, Colombia
  • 10:10 pm – Venezuela, Bolivia, Paraguay, Chile
  • 11:10 pm – Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil
  • Friday morning 04:10 – Spain, Germany, Italy, France

Which channels are showing USA VS Chivas?

TV Azteca and TUDN Channel 5 will broadcast the game for free on open TV in Mexico.


  • Sivas: Jimenez, Mozo, Sepulveda, Priseno, Orozco, F. Gonzalez, Brizuela, Alvarado, Beltran, Vega and Guzman.
  • America: Malagón, M. Layún, Reyes, Cáceres, Fuentes, Fidalgo, Sánchez, J. Rodríguez, D. Valdés, Suárez and Martín.

Last Matches USA VS Chivas: History

  • Chivas 2-4 USA | 2023 ends
  • USA 2-1 Chivas | Will open in 2022
  • Chivas 0-0 USA | 2022 ends
  • USA 0-0 Chivas | Will open in 2021
  • Chivas 0-3 USA | 2021 ends

Veljko Paunovic-led Chivas beat Atlas 1-0 on Sunday to qualify for the semi-finals of the Clausura 2023, where they will now challenge the United States.

Gilberto Sepulveda converted a header into a corner kick to give ‘Rebano’ the win as they narrowly lost the first leg to level the series 1-1 and move to the top of the regular season of the championship.

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Despite dominating on their home turf, the USA reached the semi-finals and continue to fight for a new title. After losing the first leg 1–3, San Luis won the second leg of the quarter-finals thanks to goals from Unai Bilbao and Leo Bonatini. Brian Rodríguez got a shutout on the Azteca, leaving the series 4-2 in favor of Azulgremas.

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