La Liga standings 2020-21, schedule, odds

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La Liga’s schedule is coming down to the wire, and the matches between Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, and Barcelona continue to hold the most weight on the final days.

The first match-up between Barcelona and Real Madrid came just before Halloween, Oct. 25, at the Camp Nou in Catalonia. Real Madrid completed a sweep in April, but still has no control over its title destiny because Atletico Madrid holds table sway.

The first Madrid Derby was Dec. 13 at the Bernabeu, won 2-0 by Real to spoil Atleti’s previously unbeaten league season.

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Real repaid Atleti’s visit in a 1-1 draw on March 17, meaning Real Madrid holds the tiebreakers on its rivals but also the most difficult run-in of the three title rivals (which is four if all three fall apart and Sevilla fails to lose again).

The dreadful calendar year of 2020 closed up shop with the Basque Derby between Real Sociedad and Athletic Bilbao, the two rivals also meeting when Real won the Copa del Rey.

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Below is the full La Liga table and schedule.


La Liga 2020-21 standings

La Liga standings


La Liga 2020-21 schedule

Matchday 1

Alaves 0-1 Real Betis
Eibar 0-0 Celta Vigo
Cadiz 0-2 Osasuna
Granada 2-0 Athletic Bilbao
Valencia 4-2 Levante
Real Valladolid 1-1 Real Sociedad
Villarreal 1-1 Huesca

Atletico Madrid v Sevilla — postponed due to European participation
Barcelona v Elche — postponed due to European participation
Real Madrid v Getafe — postponed due to European participation

Matchday 2

Villarreal 2-1 Eibar
Getafe 1-0 Osasuna
Celta Vigo 2-1 Valencia
Huesca 0-2 Cadiz
Granada 2-1 Alaves
Real Betis 2-0 Real Valladolid
Real Sociedad 0-0 Real Madrid

Levante v Atletico Madrid — postponed due to Champions League run
Sevilla v Elche — postponed due to Europa League run

Matchday 3 – Sept. 27

Alaves 0-0 Getafe
Atletico Madrid 6-1 Granada
Barcelona 4-0 Villarreal
Real Betis 2-3 Real Madrid
Eibar 1-2 Athletic Bilbao
Cadiz 1-3 Sevilla
Osasuna 1-3 Levante
Valencia 1-1 Huesca
Real Valladolid 1-1 Celtia VIgo
Elche 0-3 Real Sociedad

Matchday 4

Real Sociedad 0-1 Valencia
Getafe 3-0 Real Betis
Huesca 0-0 Atletico Madrid
Villarreal 3-1 Alaves
Eibar 0-1 Elche
Real Madrid 1-0 Real Valladolid
Athletic Bilbao 0-1 Cadiz
Sevilla 1-0 Levante
Celta Vigo 0-3 Barcelona

Granada v Osasuna — postponed as Granada faces Malmo in Europa League

Matchday 5

Real Valladolid 1-2 Eibar
Atletico Madrid 0-0 Villarreal
Elche 0-0 Huesca
Real Sociedad 3-0 Getafe
Valencia 0-2 Real Betis
Osasuna 2-0 Celtia Vigo
Alaves 1-0 Athletic Bilbao
Levante 0-2 Real Madrid
Cadiz 1-1 Granada
Barcelona 1-1 Sevilla

Matchday 6

Granada 1-0 Sevilla
Celta Vigo 0-2 Atletico Madrid
Real Madrid 0-1 Cadiz
Getafe 1-0 Barcelona
Eibar 0-0 Osasuna
Athletic Bilbao 2-0 Levante
Villarreal 2-1 Valencia
Huesca 2-2 Real Valladolid
Alaves 0-2 Elche
Real Betis 0-3 Real Sociedad

Matchday 7 – Oct. 25

Elche 2-1 Valencia
Barcelona 1-3 Real Madrid 
Sevilla 0-1 Eibar
Osasuna 1-0 Athletic Bilbao
Atletico Madrid 2-0 Real Betis
Real Valladolid 0-2 Alaves
Cadiz 0-0 Villarreal
Getafe 0-1 Granada
Real Sociedad 4-1 Huesca
Levante 1-1 Celta Vigo

La Liga schedule
MADRID, SPAIN (2020): Carlos Casemiro of Real Madrid in action against Lionel Messi (Photo by Burak Akbulut/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

Matchday 8 – Nov. 1

Alaves 1-1 Barcelona
Athletic Bilbao 2-1 Sevilla
Real Betis 3-1 Elche
Celta Vigo 1-4 Real Sociedad
Eibar 0-2 Cadiz
Granada 1-1 Levante
Osasuna 1-3 Atletico Madrid
Real Madrid 4-1 Huesca
Valencia 2-2 Getafe
Villarreal 2-0 Real Valladolid

Matchday 9 – Nov. 8

Atletico Madrid 4-0 Cadiz
Barcelona 5-2 Real Betis
Getafe 1-3 Villarreal
Huesca 1-1 Eibar
Levante 1-1 Alaves
Real Sociedad 2-0 Granada
Sevilla 1-0 Osasuna
Valencia 4-1 Real Madrid
Real Valladolid 2-1 Athletic Bilbao
Elche 1-1 Celta Vigo

Matchday 10 – Nov. 22

Alaves 2-2 Valencia
Athletic Bilbao 4-0 Real Betis
Atletico Madrid 1-0 Barcelona
Eibar 0-0 Getafe
Cadiz 0-1 Real Sociedad
Granada 1-3 Real Valladolid
Levante 1-1 Elche
Osasuna 1-1 Huesca
Sevilla 4-2 Celta Vigo
Villarreal 1-1 Real Madrid

Matchday 11 – Nov. 29

Real Sociedad 1-1 Villarreal
Real Valladolid 1-1 Levante
Elche 1-1 Cadiz
Valencia 0-1 Atletico Madrid
Huesca 0-1 Sevilla
Barcelona 4-0 Osasuna
Real Betis 0-2 Eibar
Celta Vigo 3-1 Granada
Getafe 1-1 Athletic Bilbao
Real Madrid 1-2 Alaves

Matchday 12 – Dec. 6

Alaves 0-0 Real Sociedad
Athletic Bilbao 0-2 Celta Vigo
Atletico Madrid 2-0 Real Valladolid
Eibar 0-0 Valencia
Cadiz 2-1 Barcelona
Granada 3-3 Huesca
Levante 3-0 Getafe
Osasuna 0-2 Real Betis
Sevilla 0-1 Real Madrid
Villarreal 0-0 Elche

Matchday 13 – Dec. 13

Real Valladolid 3-2 Osasuna
Valencia 2-2 Athletic Bilbao
Getafe 0-1 Sevilla
Huesca 1-0 Alaves
Real Madrid 2-0 Atletico Madrid
Real Sociedad 1-1 Eibar
Real Betis 1-1 Villarreal
Elche 0-1 Granada
Barcelona 1-0 Levante
Celta Vigo 4-0 Cadiz

Real Madrid
MADRID, SPAIN – DECEMBER 12: Toni Kroos was masterful in Real’s ending of Atleti’s unbeaten league season (Photo by Diego Souto/Quality Sport Images/Getty Images)

Matchday 19 – Dec. 15 (Pulled forward from Jan. 20)

Barcelona 2-1 Real Sociedad
Real Madrid 3-1 Athletic Bilbao

Matchday 14 – Dec. 20

Athletic Bilbao 2-0 Huesca
Atletico Madrid 3-1 Elche
Barcelona 2-2 Valencia
Levante 2-1 Real Sociedad
Osasuna 1-3 Villarreal
Sevilla 1-1 Real Valladolid
Celta Vigo 2-0 Alaves
Cadiz 0-2 Getafe
Granada 2-0 Real Betis
Eibar 1-3 Real Madrid

Matchday 15 – Dec. 23

Huesca 1-1 Levante
Real Sociedad 0-2 Atletico Madrid
Valencia 0-1 Sevilla
Real Valladolid 0-3 Barcelona
Villarreal 1-1 Athletic Bilbao
Elche 2-2 Osasuna
Getafe 1-1 Celta Vigo
Real Madrid 2-0 Granada
Alaves 2-1 Eibar
Real Betis 1-0 Cadiz

Matchday 16 – Dec. 30

Sevilla 2-0 Villarreal
Barcelona 1-1 Eibar
Levante 4-3 Real Betis
Cadiz 0-0 Real Valladolid
Granada 2-1 Valencia
Atletico Madrid 1-0 Getafe
Celta Vigo 2-1 Huesca
Elche 1-1 Real Madrid
Athletic Bilbao 0-1 Real Sociedad
Osasuna 1-1 Alaves

Basque Derby
Willian Jose of Real Sociedad and Iker Muniain of Athletic Bilbao in a Basque derby (Photo by Jose Breton/Pics Action/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Matchday 17 – Jan. 3

Villarreal 2-1 Levante
Real Betis 1-1 Sevilla
Getafe 0-1 Real Valladolid
Real Madrid 2-0 Celta Vigo
Athletic Bilbao 1-0 Elche
Alaves 1-2 Atletico Madrid
Eibar 2-0 Granada
Real Sociedad 1-1 Osasuna
Huesca 0-1 Barcelona
Valencia 1-1 Cadiz

Matchday 2 – rescheduled

Athletic Bilbao 2-3 Barcelona

Matchday 18 – Jan. 10

Celta Vigo 0-4 Villarreal
Sevilla 3-2 Real Sociedad
Granada 0-4 Barcelona
Osasuna 0-0 Real Madrid
Levante 2-1 Eibar
Cadiz 3-1 Alaves
Elche 1-3 Getafe
Real Valladolid 0-1 Valencia
Huesca 0-2 Real Betis

Matchday 1 – rescheduled

Atletico Madrid 2-0 Sevilla

Matchday 4 – rescheduled

Granada 2-0 Osasuna

Matchday 19 – Jan. 20

Real Valladolid 2-2 Elche
Cadiz 2-2 Levante
Alaves 1-2 Sevilla
Getafe 1-0 Huesca
Real Betis 2-1 Celta Vigo
Villarreal 2-2 Granada
Valencia 1-1 Osasuna
Eibar 1-2 Atletico Madrid

Matchday 20 – Jan. 24

Alaves 1-4 Real Madrid
Athletic Bilbao 5-1 Getafe
Atletico Madrid 3-1 Valencia
Celta Vigo 1-1 Eibar
Huesca 0-0 Villarreal
Levante 2-2 Real Valladolid
Osasuna 3-1 Granada
Real Sociedad 2-2 Real Betis
Sevilla 3-0 Cadiz
Elche 0-2 Barcelona

Matchday 21 – Jan. 31

Barcelona 2-1 Athletic Bilbao
Real Betis 1-0 Osasuna
Eibar 0-2 Sevilla
Getafe 0-0 Alaves
Cadiz 2-4 Atletico Madrid
Granada 0-0 Celta Vigo
Real Madrid 1-2 Levante
Valencia 1-0 Elche
Real Valladolid 1-1 Real Sociead

Matchday 22 – Feb. 7

Alaves 1-0 Real Valladolid
Athletic Bilbao 1-1 Valencia
Atletico Madrid 2-2 Celta Vigo
Real Betis 2-3 Barcelona
Huesca 1-2 Real Madrid
Levante 2-2 Granada
Osasuna 2-1 Eibar
Real Sociedad 4-1 Cadiz
Sevilla 3-0 Getafe
Elche 2-2 Villarreal

Matchday 1 — Feb. 9

Real Madrid 2-0 Getafe

Matchday 23 – Feb. 14

Barcelona 5-1 Alaves
Celta Vigo 3-1 Elche
Eibar 1-1 Real Valladolid
Getafe 0-1 Real Sociead
Cadiz 0-4 Athletic Bilbao
Granada 1-2 Atletico Madrid
Levante 0-1 Osasuna
Real Madrid 2-0 Valencia
Sevilla 1-0 Huesca
Villarreal 1-2 Real Betis

Matchday 2 — Feb. 17

Levante 1-1 Atletico Madrid

Matchday 24 – Feb. 21

Athletic Bilbao 1-1 Villarreal
Atletico Madrid 0-2 Levante
Barcelona 1-1 Cadiz
Real Betis 1-0 Getafe
Huesca 3-2 Granada
Osasuna 0-2 Sevilla
Real Sociedad 4-0 Alaves
Valencia 2-0 Celta Vigo
Real Valladolid 0-1 Real Madrid
Elche 1-0 Eibar

Matchday 1 — Feb. 24

Barcelona 3-0 Elche

Matchday 25 – Feb. 28

Alaves 0-1 Osasuna
Celta Vigo 1-1 Real Valladolid
Eibar 1-1 Huesca
Getafe 3-0 Valencia
Cadiz 0-1 Real Betis
Granada 2-1 Elche
Levante 1-1 Athletic Bilbao
Real Madrid 1-1 Real Sociedad
Sevilla 0-2 Barcelona
Villarreal 0-2 Atletico Madrid

Matchday 26 – March 7

Valencia 2-1 Villarreal
Real Valladolid 2-1 Getafe
Elche 2-1 Sevilla
Cadiz 1-0 Eibar
Osasuna 0-2 Barcelona
Huesca 3-4 Celta Vigo
Atletico Madrid 1-1 Real Madrid
Real Sociedad 1-0 Levante
Athletic Bilbao 2-1 Granada
Real Betis 3-2 Alaves

Matchday 18

Atletico Madrid 2-1 Athletic Bilbao

Matchday 27 – March 14

Alaves 1-1 Cadiz
Barcelona 4-1 Huesca
Celta Vigo 0-0 Athletic Bilbao
Eibar 1-3 Villarreal
Getafe 0-0 Atletico Madrid
Granada 1-0 Real Sociead
Levante 1-0 Valencia
Osasuna 0-0 Real Valladolid
Real Madrid 2-1 Elche
Sevilla 1-0 Real Betis

La Liga schedule
THE SEVILLE DERBY – NOVEMBER 10: Cristian Tello of Real Betis competes for the ball with Jesus Navas of Sevilla FC . (Photo by Quality Sport Images/Getty Images)

Matchday 2 — March 17

Sevilla 2-0 Elche

Matchday 28 – March 21

Athletic Bilbao 1-1 Eibar
Atletico Madrid 1-1 Alaves
Real Betis 2-0 Levante
Celta Vigo 1-3 Real Madrid
Getafe 1-1 Elche
Huesca 0-0 Osasuna
Real Sociedad 1-6 Barcelona
Valencia 2-1 Granada
Real Valladolid 1-1 Sevilla
Villarreal 2-1 Cadiz

Matchday 29 – April 4

Alaves 1-3 Celta Vigo
Cadiz 2-1 Valencia
Granada 0-3 Villarreal
Levante 0-2 Huesca
Osasuna 0-0 Getafe
Real Madrid 2-0 Eibar
Sevilla 1-0 Atletico Madrid
Elche 1-1 Real Betis
Barcelona 1-0 Real Valladolid
Real Sociedad v Athletic Bilbao — 3pm ET Wednesday

Matchday 30 – April 11

Huesca 3-1 Elche
Getafe 0-1 Cadiz
Athletic Bilbao 0-0 Alaves
Eibar 0-1 Levante
Real Madrid 2-1 Barcelona
Villarreal 1-2 Osasuna
Valencia 2-2 Real Sociedad
Real Valladolid 1-2 Granada
Real Betis 1-1 Atletico Madrid
Celta Vigo 3-4 Sevilla

El Clasico
MADRID, SPAIN – 2019: Ivan Rakitic of Barcelona scores his sides first goal past Thibaut Courtois and Sergio Ramos of Real Madrid (Photo by Gonzalo Arroyo Moreno/Getty Images)

Matchday 33 – April 28

Alaves 1-0 Huesca
Atletico Madrid 5-0 Eibar
Real Betis 2-2 Valencia
Getafe 0-0 Real Madrid
Cadiz 0-0 Celta Vigo
Levante 1-5 Villarreal
Osasuna 2-0 Elche
Real Sociedad 1-2 Sevilla

Matchday 31 – April 21

Alaves 2-1 Villarreal
Atletico Madrid 2-0 Huesca
Barcelona 5-2 Getafe
Real Betis 0-0 Athletic Bilbao
Cadiz 0-3 Real Madrid
Granada 4-1 Eibar
Levante 0-1 Sevilla
Osasuna 3-1 Valencia
Real Sociedad 2-1 Celta Vigo
Elche 1-1 Real Valladolid

Matchday 32 – April 25

Athletic Bilbao 2-1 Atletico Madrid
Celta Vigo 2-1 Osasuna
Eibar 0-1 Real Sociedad
Huesca 0-2 Getafe
Real Madrid 0-0 Real Betis
Sevilla 2-1 Granada
Valencia 1-1 Alaves
Real Valladolid 1-1 Cadiz
Villarreal 1-2 Barcelona
Elche 1-0 Levante

Matchday 33 – April 28

Athletic Bilbao 2-2 Real Valladolid

Matchday 33 – April 27

Barcelona 1-2 Granada

Matchday 34 – May 2

Celta Vigo 2-0 Levante
Eibar 3-0 Alaves
Elche 0-1 Atletico Madrid
Huesca 1-0 Real Sociedad
Real Madrid 2-0 Osasuna
Real Valladolid 1-1 Real Betis
Villarreal 1-0 Getafe
Granada 0-1 Cadiz
Valencia 2-3 Barcelona
Sevilla 1-0 Athletic Bilbao

Matchday 35 – May 9

Real Sociedad 2-0 Elche
Alaves 2-2 Levante
Barcelona 0-0 Atletico Madrid
Cadiz 2-1 Huesca
Athletic Bilbao 2-2 Osasuna
Getafe 0-1 Eibar
Valencia 3-0 Real Valladolid
Villarreal 2-4 Celta Vigo
Real Madrid 2-2 Sevilla
Real Betis 2-1 Granada

La Liga schedule
MADRID, SPAIN: Saul Niguez of Atletico Madrid and Marc-Andre ter Stefen of Barcelona (Photo by David S. Bustamante/Soccrates/Getty Images)

Matchday 36 – May 12

Elche 0-2 Alaves
Osasuna 3-2 Cadiz
Levante 3-3 Barcelona
Atletico Madrid 2-1 Real Sociedad
Celta Vigo 1-0 Getafe
Sevilla 1-0 Valencia
Huesca 1-0 Athletic Bilbao
Granada 1-4 Real Madrid
Eibar 1-1 Real Betis
Real Valladolid 0-2 Villarreal

Matchday 37 – May 16

Alaves v Granada
Athletic Bilbao v Real Madrid
Atletico Madrid v Osasuna
Barcelona v Celta Vigo
Real Betis v Huesca
Getafe v Levante
Cadiz v Elche
Real Sociedad v Real Valladolid
Valencia v Eibar
Villarreal v Sevilla

Matchday 38 – May 23

Celta Vigo v Real Betis
Eibar v Barcelona
Granada v Getafe
Huesca v Valencia
Levante v Cadiz
Osasuna v Real Sociedad
Real Madrid v Villarreal
Sevilla v Alaves
Real Valladolid v Atletico Madrid
Elche v Athletic Bilbao

Messi beauty among Barcelona goals but defense gut punches title hopes

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That’s probably that for Barcelona’s La Liga title hopes.

The Blaugranas’ beleaguered defense threw away 2-0 and 3-2 leads at Levante, as Ronald Koeman’s men failed to overtake Atletico Madrid in the first of nine (or fewer) matches that will determine the Spanish champion.

The draw comes two days after Real Madrid threw away a chance to seize momentum in a draw with Sevilla. Real visits Granada on Thursday, a day after Atletico Madrid tangles with tricky Real Sociedad.

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Lionel Messi and Pedri had the visitors up two after 35 minutes but Levante’s Gonzalo Melero and Jose Luis Morales equalized in a three-minute burst before the hour mark.

Dembele added to his assist of Pedri with a 64th-minute goal, but Sergio Leon ended the shootout in the 83rd minut.

Barca’s season got off to a terrible start after the club refused to honor Lionel Messi’s request to leave, but the world’s best player rallied the club for a 19-match unbeaten league run between Dec. 13 and April 5.

But Barca has three wins, two draws, and two losses in its last eight matches and now sits a point back of Atletico Madrid and one above Real Madrid. Both Madrid sides have three matches left, while Barca has two.

For as little as it’s worth to Barcelona supporters, Messi’s goal was the latest his catalog of exceptional goals. His 29th goal of the La Liga season joins nine assists to give him an astounding goal contribution on 38 of Barcelona’s 85 goals.

Barca, however, has allowed 36 goals in La Liga play, nine times conceding two or more times in a match.

Watch the Argentine wizard readjust his body for a deflected Jordi Alba cross to smash home on the volley.

Real Madrid draws, sets up frantic 3-way, 3-match race with Barca, Atleti

La Liga run-in
Photo by David S. Bustamante/Soccrates/Getty Images
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A wicked deflection of Toni Kroos’ stoppage-time shot kept La Liga’s insane title fight from including four teams with three matches left.

Real Madrid’s 2-2 draw with Sevilla on Sunday in Madrid didn’t completely kick the visitors out of the picture, but it very much cements Real’s place in the top three.

However, Atletico Madrid is very much in the driver’s seat for a first La Liga crown in seven years, holding a two-point lead on Real and Barcelona.

If Real does win the title, they can thank Kroos.

The German has been absolutely sensational this season, and he set up Marco Asensio’s 67th-minute goal before taking the shot that turned off Diego Carlos to give Real its second equalizer against a Sevilla trying to move four points back of Atleti.

[ LIVE: La Liga stats, standings, scoreboard ]

Instead, Sevilla is six points behind Atleti and four behind Barca and Real.

Atleti passed its biggest hurdle on Saturday when it held Lionel Messi off the scoreboard in a 0-0 draw with Barcelona, but it’s not an easy road home.

Diego Simeone’s men are home for two-straight, against fifth-place Real Sociedad and 12th-place Osasuna, before finishing at a Real Valladolid who could be fighting for its top-flight life.

Barcelona goes to 14th-place Levante and then hosts 8th-place Celta Vigo before finishing away to last-place Eibar, who at the time of this post is two points back of 17th.

Real, who has tiebreaker joy on both, goes to 10th-place Granada and ninth-place Athletic Bilbao before finishing with sixth-place Villarreal, who is staying sharp for a Europa League Final with Manchester United.


La Liga run-in: Matches for Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid, Barcelona

Matchweek 36

Tuesday
Levante v Barcelona — 4pm ET

Wednesday
Atletico Madrid v. Real Sociedad — 4pm ET

Thursday
Granada v Real Madrid — 4pm ET

Matchweek 37

Athletic Bilbao v Real Madrid — 12:30pm ET
Atletico Madrid v Osasuna — 12:30pm ET
Barcelona v Celta Vigo — 12:30pm ET

Matchweek 38

Eibar v Barcelona — Noon ET
Real Madrid v Villarreal — Noon ET
Real Valladolid v Atletico Madrid — Noon ET

Chivas – Tigres: How to watch, stream link, start time, TV info

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Chivas – Tigres takes center stage this weekend in Liga MX, as NBC Sports continues to offer everything you need around every single Chivas home game.

CHIVAS – TIGRES STREAM LIVE

For the entire Liga MX season, we will have exclusive coverage of Mexican giants Chivas Guadalajara and their home games at Akron Stadium.

Here is more information on what you can expect on Chivas across NBC Sports’ family of channels:


Telemundo Deportes’ exclusive coverage of all C.D. Guadalajara (Chivas) home matches continues this Saturday when they host Tigres de UANL in the last weekend of regular season matches in the Guard1anes 2021 Clausura Tournament, live on Telemundo and Universo at 5:55 p.m. ET / 2:55 p.m. PT. The weekend action will be more intense than ever as eight teams set to enter the repechaje phase of the tournament are all still fighting for positioning. Chivas sits in the ninth seed and needs a victory or tie over Tigres, along with some key results in a variety of other matches to secure a direct spot in the Liguilla or the chance to receive the repechaje game at home next week.

Andres Cantor will call the action with Manuel Sol as analyst. Futbol Estelar Chivas Extra pre-match and a post-match show will be hosted by Miguel Gurwitz and Carlos Hermosillo alongside Arantza Fernandez, Cantor and Sol airing at 5 p.m. ET / 2 p.m. PT and following the match, on Universo. The studio coverage will feature the latest on Chivas and the league, including in-depth analysis around the current state of Chivas, its future, and Ricardo “Tuca” Ferretti’s imminent exit as coach. In addition, Copan Alvarez presents an interview with Alexis Vega and Ana Jurka presents the latest of Chivas Femenil as they stand second and face Tigres on Monday, who sits at the top of the competition.

[ MORE: How to watch PL in the USA ]  

All Telemundo Deportes coverage, including live match coverage and optional English-language commentary led by Carlos Yustis and Jorge Calvo, is available for simultaneous streaming on TelemundoDeportes.com and the Telemundo Deportes App, available on the iTunes App Store, Google Play, Roku Channel Store, Apple TV and Amazon Fire. English-Language audio coverage of the match will also be available on SiriusXM NBC Sports Audio Channel 211.

In addition to match broadcasts, Telemundo Deportes will continue as the ‘home of Las Chivas’ with exclusive interviews and conversations across studio and evening shows, including on daily digital episodes of Titulares y Mas and weekends on Zona Mixta TYM on Telemundo. Fans may also find continuous Chivas coverage on digital episodes of Rincon Sagrado exclusively dedicated to Las Chivas, Mondays on #LaContraon Twitter, Facebook and YouTube, as well as up to the minute updates across Telemundo Deportes social platforms.

Below is the latest information on how to watch Chivas in action.


Chivas stream, schedule, TV information

Date Time (ET) Match Network
Sat., May 1 5 p.m. FUTBOL ESTELAR CHIVAS EXTRA:
Chivas Pre-Game Coverage
Universo;
Telemundo Deportes App
5:55 p.m. FUTBOL ESTELAR CHIVAS:
Guadalajara vs. Tigres UANL
Telemundo, Universo;
Telemundo Deportes App
8 p.m. FUTBOL ESTELAR CHIVAS EXTRA:
Chivas Post-Game Coverage
Universo;
Telemundo Deportes App

Europa League wrap: Man United, Arsenal cruise into semifinals (video)

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Manchester United and Arsenal booked their places in the Europa League semifinals, keeping alive the possibility of an all-Premier League final, by taking care of business in the second leg of the quarterfinals on Thursday.

[ MORE: Arsenal captain Aubameyang hospitalized with malaria ]

Manchester United 2-0 (4-0) Granada

Edinson Cavani erased any and all uneasiness that might (or might not) have been present around Old Trafford on Thursday, bagging the opening goal from a difficult volley attempt in the 6th minute. The Uruguayan’s 9th goal of the season (all competitions; 7 in the Premier League) made it 3-0 to Manchester United on aggregate and, for all intents and purposes, put them through to the final four.

The Red Devils appeared comfortable with their three-goal advantage, dominating possession while taking virtually zero risks the rest of the way. Jesus Vallejo added an own goal for Manchester United’s benefit in the 90th minute, making the final score 4-0 on aggregate.

Up next for Manchester United? A semifinal date with Roma.


Slavia Prague 0-4 (1-5) Arsenal

Arsenal, on the other hand, wasted very little time as they buried Slavia Prague with three goals inside the opening half-hour. Nicolas Pepe, Alexandre Lacazette (penalty kick) and Bukayo Saka got the goals to cap off the rampart six-minute run.

After conceding an away goal in the final minutes of the first leg last week, there were fears that Arsenal had left themselves exposed to a second-leg surprise, but Mikel Arteta’s side was raring to go, even without captain and star striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (malaria – FULL DETAILS).

The Gunners are set for something of an awkward reuning in the semifinals, as Arteta and Co., are set to take on the former boss, Unai Emery, now the manager of La Liga side Villarreal.

The Slavia Prague players once again elected to stand with their arms around each other’s shoulder, while the Arsenal players kneeled in a display representing the ongoing fight against racism and discrimination in the world. Slavia Prague defender Ondrej Kudela having recently been the subject of accusations that he racially abused Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara. Kudela was handed eventually handed a 10-match ban for “racist behavior.” Kamara was given three games for “assaulting” Kudela.


Europa League results

Manchester United 2-0 (4-0 agg.) Granada
Slavia Prague 0-4 (1-5 agg.) Arsenal
Roma 1-1 (3-2 agg.) Ajax
Villarreal 2-1 (3-1 agg.) Dinamo Zagreb


Europa League semifinal draw, schedule

Manchester United v Roma
Villarreal v Arsenal

Dates: April 29, May 6

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