Tijuana vs. Tigres UANL: Where to Watch Liga MX, TV Channel, Live Stream and Odds

Liga MX returns after the international break with Tijuana hosting defending Clausura champions Tigres UANL on Friday night.

Los Xolos haven't tasted success on home turf against Tigres since August 2012, but have a good chance of snapping the run this week.

Tijuana has picked up seven points from its three first home games of the season and has only lost twice at Estadio Caliente so far this calendar year.

Consistency has been the main issue for Los Xolos, who have failed to go two games without defeat since picking up four points in the opening two weeks of the campaign.

Despite finding the net relatively regularly, Tijuana has looked worrying fragile at the other end of the field, conceding seven goals in the last three games alone.

At the same time, Tijuana remains just two points away from a playoff berth and has a game in hand over eighth-placed Monterrey, who would currently be the last team to make the postseason.

Luckily for Los Xolos, their opponents on Friday have failed to net regularly this season.

Tigres has scored just seven goals in the last six games and has scored two or more goals in the same game just twice this season.

André-Pierre Gignac has scored four goals so far but hasn't added to his tally since bagging a hat-trick against Necaxa on August 11.

The defending Clausura champions are on a six-game unbeaten streak but have drawn the last four, slipping down to fifth in the table, four points adrift from league leaders Queretaro.

Here's all you need to know ahead of Friday.

Andre-Pierre Gignac, Tigres
Andre-Pierre Gignac, #10 of Tigres, walks off the field at the end of the 8th round match between Tigres UANL and Leon in the Torneo Apertura 2019 Liga MX at Universitario Stadium on August 31 in Monterrey, Mexico. Azael Rodriguez/Getty

When and where is the game?

Tijuana hosts Tigres at Estadio Client in Tijuana, Baja California, on Friday, September 13.

Kick-off is scheduled for 7:06 p.m. local time (10:06 p.m. ET).

TV coverage

The game will be broadcast live on FOX Sports 2 in English and on FOX Deportes in Spanish.

Live stream

A live stream will be available via FOX Sports Go, FOX Sports digital platforms, as well as fuboTV.


Tijuana is 12th in the table with just 10 points after seven games. Los Xolos have been plagued by inconsistency, losing three and winning two of their last five games and keeping just one clean sheet in the league so far this season.

Tigres, meanwhile, has drawn the last four games and is fifth with 13 points after eight games.

Series record

Tigres has won the last three meetings against Tijuana, scoring five goals without conceding. The most recent win came in January this year with a 3-0 win away in Tijuana.


There is little to choose between the two teams. According to BetOnline, Tigres is a 31/20 favorite, while Tijuana is at 37/20 and the draw is at 99/50.