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Club America vs Veracruz Liga MX – Watch Live Online, TV Schedule September 9, 2017

Club America vs Queretaro

This Saturday, September 9, 2017 (7:00 PM Pacific) Club America will host Veracruz at the Estadio Azteca for a game in the eighth round of matches in the Liga MX Apertura 2017. Both teams are currently among the top eight in the Liga MX and should give a good fight in this game for the three points.

How to Watch Club America vs Veracruz

The Club America vs Veracruz match will be broadcast this Saturday, September 9 at 7:00 PM Pacific:
TV Schedule: Univision Deportes
Watch Live Online: Sling TV (Watch 7 Days Free), Fubo TV (Watch 7 Days Free)

Match Preview

Club America has been one of the better teams in the Liga MX this Apertura 2017, currently in second place with 13 points. The latest result for Las Aguilas was a disastrous 2-0 loss against Monarcas Morelia that really showcased the biggest problem that may impede Club America from a title run this season. That problem is a consistent goalscoring threat, the Mexico City team had 16 shots with six on goal but came home with a shutout to show for it. Silvio Romero missed countless opportunities throughout the game and Alejandro Diaz also proved to be no threat in front of goal.

Cecilio Dominguez’s performances have been lacking lately and Miguel Herrera will play youngster Diego Lainez over the Paraguayan midfielder in this game. Club America does have the much stronger side but will be facing an effective Veracruz side that is well managed under the care of former Club America great Juan Antonio Luna.

Veracruz has had a decent start to this Apertura 2017, currently in eighth place with 10 points after seven rounds of matches. The latest result for Los Tiburones was a solid 1-0 win against Pumas UNAM at home and now have only lost once in their last five games. The core for Juan Antonio Luna is an experienced one with a very potent attack featuring players like Adrian Luna, Daniel Villalva and Cristian Menendez.

The defense can be a challenging task to break down because of the heavy physical style that “El Cabezon” Luna incorporates. The game should be very intense and hard-fought, Club America is the slight favorite to take the three points from the game but the game should be a lot more contested than anticipated.