The Concacaf Champions League Quarterfinals are here, and for the Seattle Sounders vs Leon duel, predictions, odds, and how to watch the game on Livestream free are ready.
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While those led by Brian Schmetzer have 2 straight losses in MLS, Leon has 3 wins and 2 losses in Liga MX, so the Mexican club arrives in better shape than its rivals.
Seattle Sounders vs Leon Concacaf Champions League: match information
Date: Tuesday, March 8
Time: 22:00 ET
Location: Lumen Field
Seattle Sounders vs Leon Concacaf Champions League: Hours by the state in the United States
PT: 7:00 p.m.
How to watch the Seattle Sounders vs Leon in the United States on Livestream free
Livestream free: FuboTV (7-day free trial), Foxsports.com, TUDN App, FOX Sports App, TUDN.com
TV Channel: TUDN USA, Fox Sports 1
Seattle Sounders vs Leon Concacaf Champions League: Head to head record
This pair of clubs have only met once and it has been in the Concacaf Champions League, and in that duel, the winner was Leon from Liga MX, with a score of 2-3, so this will be just the second time both clubs collide.
The only time these teams met was at the Leon Stadium, so it remains to be seen if this time the Sounders will play at home, they will be able to take advantage of their home field to beat La Fiera.
Seattle Sounders vs Leon Concacaf Champions League: Predictions and odds
According to the specialized page Oddsmakers, bets on the Seattle Sounders pay a +175 fee, so they are the favorites to win the match, while the bet on the Leon pays +180, while the draw pays a +190.
Therefore, the balance is tilted towards the Sounders being the winners of the match, and if their performance is similar to the one they had against Motagua, then Leon will have a very difficult game.
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Schmetzer's club has players like Freddy Montero, Léo Chú, and Albert Rusnák, who need to impose their quality and be much more forceful than they have been in Major League Soccer.
If the club wants to repeat the performance they had against Motagua, they will have to concentrate on improving the depth of their attack, in order to give Leon a good fight.
Ariel Holán's Fiera has had a Liga MX campaign in which it went from less to more since it began as one of the clubs that accumulated the most losses in the first days, but now, it is fourth in the tournament.
With strikers like Ángel Mena or Víctor Dávila, the club has enough material to give the MLS club a difficult battle.