After the FIFA Date, Liga MX prepares for the arrival of Day 17 of the 2022 Opening

After the FIFA Date, Liga MX prepares for the arrival of Day 17 of the 2022 Opening

After different matches of the most important National Teams of the continent and the world, Liga MX will have a new day of the Apertura 2022

The various stars that made life in their teams begin to return to their teams, it is for this reason that Liga MX and the rest of the championships will begin their walk again. As a result, Mexico will experience a new Opening Day 2022.

After 16 disputed dates, there are still some games to be seen in the Aztec tournament, which is why we will now see in depth all the matches that will take place on Day 17 of the 2022 Opening of the MX League.

It will begin next Friday, September 30, the date on which Club América and Pachuca will face each other at the Cuauhtémoc Stadium. On the other hand, on the same day, Bravos de Juárez and Pumas UNAM will do the same at the Benito Juárez Olympic Stadium.

Then, a day later, on October 1, Mexico will vibrate with four important games, as Atlético San Luis and Tigres UANL will have their match at the Alfonso Lastras Ramírez Stadium. In addition, the BBVA Bancomer Stadium will experience an advanced final, since Rayados de Monterrey will play against Pachuca, thus being the second and third, respectively, those who will seek to emerge victorious.

Atlas against Necaxa at the Jalisco Stadium and Cruz Azul against Chivas de Guadalajara at the Azteca Stadium will close the matches on Saturday, October 1, valid for the 2022 Opening of the MX League.

Then, on Sunday, October 2nd, Day 17 of the tournament will end, as it will be that day when Toluca and Querétaro will face each other at the Nemesio Díez. In addition to this match, Santos Laguna and Mazatlán will collide at the Corona Stadium, leaving Club León and the Xolos de Tijuana for dessert at the León Stadium.

After this date, we will meet all the qualifiers for the Liguilla and the Quarterfinals of the Apertura 2022, a tournament that will continue to give life to Mexico before the arrival of the Qatar 2022 World Cup.

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