The predictions, odds, and how to watch Pumas UNAM vs Pachuca in Liga MX 2022 on Livestream are ready, so you don't miss this Round 17 matchup, which is about to end.
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Andrés Lillini's Universitarios are facing their last chance to get into the playoffs, but they are up against the Tuzos, the current tournament leaders.
Pumas UNAM vs Pachuca: Match information
Date: Sunday, May 1
Time: 13:00 ET
Location: Estadio Olímpico Universitario
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How to watch Pumas UNAM vs Pachuca on Livestream
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TV Channel: TUDN USA, Univision
Liga MX 2022 Pumas UNAM vs Pachuca: Head to Head Records
This pair of clubs have met in Liga MX on 28 occasions and in most of them, the Tuzos have won in 14 meetings, while the Universitarios have only triumphed in eight.
And in only 6 of those 28 meetings the match ended in a draw. But that's not all, as a review of the historical data for this matchup suggests that Pumas' home advantage has never weighed against Pachuca.
Of the 14 matches played at the Estadio Olímpico Universitario, Guillermo Almada's Tuzos have won in 10 games, compared to just three wins and one draw for Pumas.
Pumas UNAM vs Pachuca Liga MX 2022: Predictions and Odds
According to data from the specialized website Pronósticos.Futbol, the likely winner of the match will be Pumas UNAM, as this club has a 44.3% chance of winning at home.
Meanwhile, Pachuca has only a 31.6% chance of winning at Ciudad Universitaria, and a draw has a 24.2% chance of occurring. Therefore, the safest bet to make is for Pumas UNAM to win.
Pumas UNAM News
The Universitarios are going through very complicated times as they are on the verge of falling out of the list of teams that can aspire to reclassification, in order to have a chance of entering the Liguilla.
They currently occupy 12th place in the competition and face one of the most dangerous clubs in the tournament, which is why Andrés Lillini will have to design a game plan that will allow him to contain the Tuzos.
They are also playing in the final of the CONCACAF Champions League against Seattle Sounders, and the first leg ended in a draw, so everything will be decided at Lumen Field.
The only problem for Guillermo Almada at the moment is not to lose the tournament lead to Tigres, his closest competitor and whom he has already beaten on the field in previous rounds.
For now, his club has held up better as the tournament has gone on, while Nicolás Laercamón's Puebla has been fading with the passing of the Rounds. However, at this stage of the tournament, the Tuzos must not be overconfident if they are to remain the favorites to win the title.