Last Updated on December 8, 2023 1:29 pm by Erwin Noguera
We prepare for the last few matches as we enter the second leg of the Liguilla Semifinals. Tigres and Pumas clash for the second time after the exciting result in Thursday’s match.
With the aggregate score of 1-0 in favor of Tigres, the Nuevo Leon team is coming with a ton of confidence to get the job done in front of their home crowd as they clash with Pumas for one last game this season on Sunday.
With only the second leg matches left, we are one step closer to the finals of the Liguilla. We expect all fans to be ready for an exciting clash to set up an even better final.
Sunday, December 10th at 9:00 p.m. ET at the Estadio Universitario
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Why Bet on Tigres?
Tigres arrived with a significant loss in attack on Thursday as André-Pierre Gignac suffered from muscle discomfort and couldn’t play on the first leg. However, they managed to surprise with a 1-0 win as visitors.
Robert Dante Siboldi’s team will continue to play with tranquility as they go into their field for the second leg in a pretty comfortable situation, with Gignac likely to play. The team counts with good weapons in attack and wants to reach consecutive finals for the first time in many years.
Why Bet on Pumas?
It was evident that the team directed by Antonio Mohamed was bested by their rivals, and once Santiago Trigos got a red card in the 63rd minute, the defeat was sealed.
Now, going into the opponents’ house having to face their full offensive power in this clash, they must go all out. Pumas is a competent team in all departments, and it was a delightful surprise to see them perform so well after years of instability. However, they seem to lack a little something just yet.
Final Betting Analysis: Tigres vs. Pumas
Pumas needs to not only win this match, but get two goals and not concede any to make their way to the final. However, we are expecting a fully armed and prepared Tigres to not only hold them at bay but score another goal in front of their crowd to punch their ticket to the finals.
If you put $100 into Tigres’ Victory, you could get $80 for a total payout of $180.