Chivas will play away against Puebla at the Estadio Cuauhtémoc on Friday, July 30 at 22:00, where the public will be allowed access to a percentage of 25% of the stadium's capacity, which translates into just over 11 thousand fans.
The health emergency is once again affecting Liga MX, as after the latest report of COVID-19 infections in the state of Jalisco, Governor Enrique Alfaro announced that as of Sunday, August 1 and until further notice, the capacity
allowed for the Akron Stadium, home of Chivas de Guadalajara, will be reduced, at least for the match against Bravos de Juárez in Day 3 of the Torneo Grita México Apertura 2021 to be played on Saturday, August 7.
The president explained that social events in Jalisco will reduce the number of people allowed to 50%, while the stadiums located in the state will go from 60% allowed to 33%, that is will be able to hold around 15 thousand people at the most, however, the response of the red and white fans last Saturday when they made their debut in the campaign was barely 11 thousand fans in the stands of the Giant of Zapopan who watched the defeat against San Luis.
The team coached by Víctor Manuel Vucetich will be looking to get back on track before the pressure builds up after a terrible start to the campaign.
Where to watch Chivas Vs Juarez?
The matches of Day 3 of the Torneo Grita México Apertura 2021 of Liga MX will be broadcasted by Fox Sports, TUDN, ESPN, Afizzionados, Claro Sports and Marca Claro, with the corresponding distribution taking into account the number of games they own for the television rights. In addition, Fanatiz will broadcast, via streaming, some of the matches of the date.