Schedule defined for Pachuca and Necaxa in the Liga MX Play-in

Schedule defined for Pachuca and Necaxa in the Liga MX Play-in
Schedule defined for Pachuca and Necaxa in the Liga MX Play-in

After knowing the date of the game, the people of Hidalgo will play their third game in six days.

The last Play-in key of the Closing 2024 where Pachuca will host Necaxa for which it will be the last ticket to the league and knowing which team will face América in the quarterfinals of this campaign.

The Liga MX reported that the duel between Tuzos and Good heavens It will be next Sunday, May 5 at 8 p.m., central time, in the Hidalgo Stadium, a situation that will cause the people of Hidalgo to face three games in six days. Originally own Liga MX had announced that the game would be played at 7 p.m.

In the first instance, the Pachuca played the second leg semi-final on Tuesday Concacaf Champions Cup before him Americawhich they won 2-1 and left an overall score of 3-2 in their favor, so Pachuca qualified for the final of the zone tournament.

In the same way, this Thursday night they played the first match of the Play-in of the Liga MX in view of Cougars. The game was in the same Hidalgo Stadium and after 90 minutes it ended goalless, so they went to penalties, where Cougars They won 3-5 to earn a place in the quarterfinals.

Even, for the duel against the cats, Guillermo Almada, strategist of the Tuzos, only sent three starting elements that were in the game against America, who were Carlos Moreno, Jorge Berlanga and Miguel Rodríguez; while the rest were elements that do not have regularity in the starting XI.

Now, they will play a new match this Sunday, also at home, against Necaxawho won his first Play-in key against Queretaro. The Rayos won on penalties after the match ended tied 1-1, but from the 11th step everything ended with a 3-2 in favor of those from Aguascalientes, who, because they finished lower in the table, were waiting for the winner of the Pachuca-Pumas.

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