Puebla vs Chivas: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time & where to watch

Want to watch the highly anticipated Liga MX match between Puebla and Chivas? We’ve got you covered with all the details you need, including kick-off time, team news, and how to watch!

Puebla is gearing up to face off against Chivas at the Cuauhtemoc Stadium in a thrilling Liga MX showdown on Friday.

After a period of struggle, Puebla has turned things around with two wins in their last three games, following a run of only one win in six league matches. Currently sitting in 13th place, Puebla is hoping to continue their comeback and climb up the table.

Chivas also experienced a difficult period, going six games without a win. However, they broke their streak with a convincing 4-1 victory over Atlas in their previous league match, with Ricardo Marin scoring two goals.

Here at GOAL, we have all the information you need to watch this exciting clash, including TV channel details, streaming options, and more.

Puebla vs Chivas kick-off time

The match between Puebla and Chivas will take place at the Cuauhtemoc Stadium on Friday. Kick-off is scheduled for 11 pm EDT for viewers in the US.

How to watch Puebla vs Chivas online – TV channels & live streams

The game will be broadcast live on Vix in the United States. Full-time highlights will be available on the club’s official YouTube channels. For live updates, visit GOAL.

Team news & squads

Puebla team news

Puebla has no fresh injury concerns ahead of the clash with Chivas and is likely to stick with the same starting XI that secured a victory against Necaxa.

Guillermo Martinez, the team’s leading goal scorer in the league with five goals, will be relied upon in the attacking third. Keep an eye on Bryan Angulo, who has provided four assists.

Puebla possible XI: Rodriguez; Gustavo, Pereira, Silva, Angulo; Velasco, Diaz, De Buen, Alvarez; Martinez, Barragan.

Chivas team news

Ricardo Marin, who scored two goals in the previous match, is having his best tournament as a goal scorer. This highlights the confidence that head coach Veljko Paunovic has shown in him since joining the team. With no new injuries reported, Chivas is expected to field a strong lineup.

Predicted Chivas XI: Jiminez; Mozo, Briseno, Sepulveda, Chiquete; Gonzalez, Beltran; Alvarado, Guzman, Vega; Marin.

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