Predictions, odds, and how to watch on Livestream the Liga MX 2022 Puebla vs Necaxa match, in which both clubs will try to take the 3 points available in Round 16, are ready.
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The Camoteros want to secure their direct pass to the Liguilla, while the Rayos will fight for the right to reclassify in a match in which the motto is: hunt or be hunted.
Puebla vs Necaxa Liga MX 2022: Match Information
Date: Friday, April 22
Time: 20:00 ET
Location: Cuauhtémoc Stadium
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How to watch Puebla vs Necaxa on Livestream
Livestream: TUDN App, TUDN.com
TV Channel: TUDN USA
Liga MX 2022 Puebla vs Necaxa: Head to Head Record
These two clubs have met in Liga MX on 19 occasions and of those encounters, Necaxa has won in 9 matches while Puebla has won in 7 games, and in 3 games, the score has ended in a draw.
However, if you look at the figures for their matches at Puebla's Cuauhtémoc Stadium, the numbers close, since of all the matches in all competitions that Camoteros and Rayos have played at the home of Puebla, both have won 5 them.
Therefore, the match could end in a draw, but it remains to be seen what the specialized websites have to say about this possibility.
Puebla vs Necaxa Liga MX 2022: Predictions and Odds
According to the specialized website Pronósticos.Futbol, the likely winner of the match will be Puebla, as this team has a 47% chance of winning at home, while Los Rayos has a 26.7% chance of winning in their visit to the Cuauhtémoc.
And a draw has a 26.4% chance of occurring, so the safe bet for this match is a win for the Camoteros, who under the guidance of Nicolás Larcamón have had a great tournament.
The Larcaboys are coming off a loss to Guillermo Almada's Pachuca Tuzos, which means they are far from catching Miguel Herrera's Tigres in the Liga MX 2022 standings.
With a solitary goal by Víctor Guzmán, the Tuzos defeated the Camoteros, and the latter need to win in their next two games to ensure their direct passage to the Liguilla of Mexican soccer.
The Rayos has had a renaissance since the arrival of Jaime Lozano as head coach, and not only have they started to win games, but they have also beaten rivals such as Tigres.
In their match against Miguel Herrera's Felinos, with goals from Rodrigo Aguirre and Alonso Escoboza, the Rayos defeated a team whose roster is three times that of Necaxa's, which has made them one of the revelation teams of the tournament.