Tigres UANL will play away against América at the Universitario Stadium on Saturday corresponding to round 16 of the Liga MX. The ‘Auriazules’ are currently in second place in the standings with 32 points. The ‘Felinos’ are coming off a 2-0 away loss against Necaxa in their last Liga MX match.
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Meanwhile, América sits in sixth place in the Mexican First Division with 22 points. Fernando Ortiz's side won their last Liga MX match against León (2-0) at the Azteca Stadium. The ‘Águilas’ have won the last five Liga MX matches.
Tigres vs América: Match Information
Date: Saturday, April 23, 2022
Time: 19:00 CT (US)
Location: Universitario Stadium, Monterrey, México.
Tigres vs América: Times by State in the US
How to watch live Tigres vs América:
TV Channel: TUDN USA, Univision
Live stream: TUDN.com TUDN App, Univision NOW
TV Channel: TUDN, Affizionados
Live stream: TUDN En Vivo, Bilm TV
Tigres vs América: head to head record
América and Tigres have met in a total of 31 matches in all competitions since 2014. The ‘Águilas’ have dominated the head-to-head record, having won 17 times, while the ‘Auriazules’ have won on 10 occasions, with the remaining 4 matches ending in a draw.
The last 5 matches between the two clubs favor the ‘Azulcremas’ who have won 4 times, while Tigres only won once. The last match between the two clubs was an América win 1-0 on Matchweek 15 of the Apertura 2021 tournament.
Tigres vs América: Predictions and odds
Tigres are slight favorites against América. The odds are +105 in favor of the ’Felinos’. The draw is given at +245 odds. Meanwhile, América’s victory is at +270 odds.
Miguel Herrera could receive a harsh punishment for showing up at the VAR at Necaxa vs Tigres. Piojo's sanction would be financial, as required by law, but he would also be suspended for one game, which would mean that he would miss the match against América on Matchweek 16 when UANL will be at home at the Universitario Stadium.
Sebastián Córdova will be reunited with América in Round 16 of the Clausura 2022 and was asked if he would celebrate if he scored a goal against his former team, to which he responded that if he does, it would only be for the thrill of the game.