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León and Tigres, looking for a place in the Concacaf Champions League final

‘La Fiera’ are looking for their first Concachampions final as they face Tigres this Wednesday at the Nou Camp stadium with a place in the final on the line

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José Alvarado de León and Jesús García (Tigres) dispute a ball in the last duel between both teams
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The last match of the trilogy between León and Tigres will be played tonight at the Nou Camp Stadium after the first leg of the Concacaf Champions League semi-final in Nuevo Leon ended with a 2-1 win for the UANL side.

Both sides met in the same venue for the Liga MX Clausura 2023 matchday 17 clash last Sunday with Leon running out with a solid 3-0 win.

Jose Alvarado celebrates his goal
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Jose Alvarado celebrates his goal Omar Martinez

The ‘Panzas Verdes’ are looking to make history in reaching their first ever Concachampions final and Nicolas Larcamon’s side are aware that a 1-0 win would secure a final berth with the away goal rule still being used by Concacaf.

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LAFC consolidates their place in the final on Tuesday night with a 3-0 win over Philadelphia Union at BMO Field in downtown LA.

A Timothy Tillman goal put the ‘black and gold’ in the driving seat and two late goals from Opoku and in-form Denis Bouanga sealed a 4-1 aggregate win for Steve Cherundolo’s men as they look to add the Concacaf Champions League title to their recent MLS Cup win last November.

The final will be played on a home-away basis with games scheduled for 31 May and 4 June.