To make sure you don't miss out on Club América Women's vs Tigres Women's, here are the predictions, odds, and how to watch Liga MX Women's on Livestream.
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Craig Harrington's Águilas are coming off a win over Pachuca, while Roberto Medina's Tigres are coming off a 0-0 draw in the Clásico del Norte against Monterrey.
Club América vs Tigres Liga MX Women's 2022: Match Information
Date: Sunday, May 1
Time: 19:00 ET
Location: Estadio Universitario-UANL
Club América vs Tigres Liga MX Women's 2022: Times by state in the U.S.
How to watch Club América vs Tigres Liga MX Women's 2022 on Livestream
TV Channel: Will not be broadcast
Club America vs Tigres Liga MX Women's 2022: Head to Head Records
These warriors have met 14 times in Liga MX Women's, and like their male counterparts, the rivalry they have sustained is one of the most intense in the tournament.
Of their 14 matches played, Tigres have won eight of them, compared to two victories for the Águilas and four draws. And the bad news for the Coapa club doesn't end there, as of the 7 matches in all competitions played at the Universitario-UANL Stadium, 6 victories have gone to Las Amazonas and only 1 win for Las Águilas.
Club América vs Tigres in Liga MX Femenil 2022: Predictions and Odds
According to data from the specialized website Apuestasclub.com, the likely winner of the match will be Tigres Femenil, as the bet on this team pays 1.61, while bets on Club America Femenil pay 5.19.
And the draw as a result pays 3.60, so the safest bet is on the victory of Las Amazonas, although if the Eagles manage to win, they will break the odds.
Club América Women's News
The Águilas couldn't be better as yesterday they annihilated Pachuca with a 4-0 score at the Azteca Stadium and gave their fans an unforgettable afternoon.
And even though they lost the Clasico to Chivas, the club has had a good pace in this tournament, and yesterday they proved it, with a double by Scarlett Camberos, a goal by Nicki Hernandez, and another goal by Natalia Mauleon.
In this way, the Coapa club is heading towards the Liguilla with a performance that coach Craig Harrington has achieved by taking advantage of the talent that the team has.
Tigres Women's News
Las Amazonas were unable to beat the Rayadas but negotiated a 0-0 draw so that the two teams split the points available in Round 16, which means that Monterrey remains in first place in the tournament, while Tigres is in third place.
However, Roberto Medina will be looking to improve his game plan to obtain a valuable victory at home, in order to secure the team's place in the Playoffs.
Yesterday, however, Las Amazonas also attracted attention as they wore a purple ribbon on the sleeve of their jersey in solidarity with all the women who have been victims of the recent wave of violence in the state of Nuevo León, as well as with all the cases that exist in the Mexican Republic.