Where to find Liga MX playoffs on US TV and Internet tonight

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In Mexico tonight, the Liga MX  Clausura playoff semi-finals kick off with four teams battling to reach the final from among Pachuca, Chivas, Santos and Queretaro.

In the first leg of the semi-finals, Pachuca — who defeated Club America last weekend — plays Queretaro, and Santos de Laguna battles Chivas de Guadalajara.

According to ESPN’s Soccer Power Index (see below), Pachuca and Santos are most likely to qualify for the final. But don’t tell that to Chivas de Guadalajara, one of the biggest teams in Mexico, and Queretaro, led by Ronaldinho.

Both games tonight will be shown live on US TV and Internet.

Mute the TV and listen to an English-language audio of Santos-Chivas

Plus, if you don’t understand Spanish, soccer journalist and announcer Juan Arango will be doing a live audio broadcast on Rabble.tv during the Santos-Chivas game, so you can mute your TV and then listen to Juan explain all of the intricacies and club history of Mexican soccer, as well as throwing in some play-by-play.

SEE MOREListen to Elliott Turner’s preview of Liga MX playoffs.

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Here are all of the details of where to watch tonight’s games:

Pachuca vs. Querétaro

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Who: Pachuca vs. Queretaro
What: Liga MX playoff semi-final, 1st leg
When: 9pm ET / 6pm PT
Where on TV: NBC Universo
Where online: NBC Deportes en vivo extra | Live stream for xfinity customers

Santos de Laguna vs. Chivas de Guadalajara

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Who: Santos de Laguna vs. Chivas de Guadalajara
What: Liga MX playoff semi-final, 1st leg
When: 11pm ET / 8pm PT
Where on TV: Azteca America
Where online: Watch the game live on Azteca with a free 7-day trial to Sling TV
Live audio broadcast: Rabble.tv

Note: If you sign up for the free trial with Sling TV, click on the ‘Add more channels’ option and then select ‘Deportes Extra,’ which includes Azteca as well as other Spanish-language sports channels (see screenshot below).

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Need more info about Sling TV? Read our Sling TV FAQ.

Photo credit: @ESPNStatsInfo

 

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  1. FreddyFreak May 21, 2015

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