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Juárez vs Mazatlán: Predictions, odds, TV Channel, and Livestream of the Liga MX 2022

‘Bravos’ will host Mazatlán corresponding to round 16 of the Clausura 2022 tournament.

Mazatlan still has a chance to make the playoffs.
Mazatlan still has a chance to make the playoffs.

FC Juárez will play at home against Mazatlán at the Olimpic Benito Juárez Stadium on Friday corresponding to round 16 of the Liga MX. The frontier team is currently in last place in the standings with 11 points. Tuca Ferretti's men are coming off a 0-1 away win against Toluca in their last Liga MX match.

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Meanwhile, Mazatlán sits in sixteenth place in the Mexican First Division with 15 points. Gabriel Caballero’s team is coming off a 1-0 win against Santos Laguna in their last Liga MX match. The Purple team has won its last two league matches.

Juárez vs Mazatlán: Match Information

Date: Friday, April 22, 2022

Time: 21:00 CT (US) 

Location: Olimpic Benito Juárez Stadium, Juárez, Chihuahua, México.

Juárez vs Mazatlán: Times by State in the US

ET: 22:00 

CT: 21:00 

MT: 20:00 

PT: 19:00 

How to watch live Juárez vs Mazatlán:


TV Channel: TUDN USA

Live stream: TUDN App,


TV Channel: TUDN, Azteca 7

Live stream: TUDN En Vivo, Azteca Deportes En Vivo, Blim TV

Juárez vs Mazatlán: head to head record

Juárez and Mazatlán have met in a total of 5 matches. The Purple team has dominated the head-to-head record, having won 3 times, while ‘Bravos’ have won on 2 occasions.

Juárez vs Mazatlán: Predictions and odds

Juárez are slight favorites against Mazatlán. The odds for ‘Bravos’ are +145 at bookmakers. The draw is given at +205 odds. Meanwhile, Mazatlán’s victory is at +220 odds.

FC Juárez News

The Bravos de Juárez are still in the fight to avoid the highest non-relegation fine. After an agonizing 1-0 victory over Toluca, Ricardo Ferretti's team retained their chances of avoiding last place in the percentage table and not paying the 80 million pesos penalty.

So far, Xolos and Juarez have already been sentenced to pay a fine at the end of the season, although they are fighting to cover the cost of a less onerous sanction of 80 million pesos. The second-highest fine is 47 million pesos.

Mazatlán News

Gabriel Caballero has finally found a soccer style that he is beginning to like, but one of the negative things is that his striker Gonzalo Sosa, who has scored three goals in two games and is now the Cañoneros' leading scorer, is still in doubt for the game against Juárez.

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