Chivas travel to Azteca Stadium tonight to take on Club America in the semifinals of the Copa MX.

El Súper Clásico, the biggest rivalry in Mexican fútbol, will be shown live on Univision Deportes with the kickoff scheduled for 10pm ET.

The last time these two Mexican soccer giants met, Chivas won the match 3-0 in August. With Club America celebrating their centennial this year, a defeat to Chivas yet again will be a crushing blow to America coach Ricardo La Volpe.

On Univision Deportes, Luis Omar Tapia and Pablo Ramirez will narrate both matches and will be joined by Enrique Borja who will provide commentary. Additionally, retired Mexican forward Nestor de la Torre, who played for Chivas and was also its club president, will be a guest commentator for the Súper Clásico. The match will be followed by “Contacto Deportivo” at midnight ET and “Línea de Cuatro” at 1:00 a.m. ET. Lindsay Casinelli will be hosting both shows, live directly from Mexico.

For viewers in the United States, the match will be shown on Univision Deportes as well as live streamed on fuboTV, and Univision Now.

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