Toronto FC vs. Chivas de Guadalajara live stream info, TV channel: How to watch CONCACAF Champions League finals on TV, stream online
2018 CONCACAF Champions League Finals
Toronto FC vs Guadalajara
Date : April 17, 2018
Venue : BMO Field, Toronto
Guadalajara vs Toronto FC
Date : April 25, 2018
Venue : Estadio Akron, Guadalajara
The real Toronto FC are back tonight, as they take on C.D. Guadalajara in Leg 1 of the CONCACAF Champions League final. If you’re going to the game, good luck. Be sure to dress warm. Otherwise, follow along with us in our game thread! Find it on the homepage.
Just as it was for the TFC players, Saturday’s loss to the Colorado Rapids was largely forgettable for a lot of Prediction League players. Only RustyRamone nailed the 2-0 scoreline, although a fair few of you picked Colorado to win, and to score two goals (2-1 Rapids was probably the most common guess).
Arjon remains in first this week, after getting three points from picking a 2-1 Rapids win. MichaelP_TFC made a big jump in the standings, leapfrogging three people to get a firmer hold on third — although he remains tied with RustyRamone.
What are you feeling tonight? I have a sense it won’t be a high-scoring game, what with Chivas’ park-the-bus mentality away from home and the miserable pitch conditions expected at BMO Field. Feel free to disagree, though.
Leave your predicted score in the comments! As always, you get two points for correctly guessing the winner, one for getting TFC’s goal total, and another for the opposition’s.
Here are the standings right now:
Waking the Red Prediction League
Toronto FC has gone through a gauntlet to reach the CONCACAF Champions League final, and they’ll need to clear one final Liga MX hurdle to make history.
The MLS side knocked out Tigres and Club America in the quarterfinals and semifinals, and Chivas de Guadalajara now awaits in a high-profile ultimate clash.
Greg Vanney’s side knows it must get a good result in Tuesday’s first leg at BMO Field, with a trip to Guadalajara forthcoming in the second leg.
The Liga MX “grande” is set to miss the Clausura playoffs, but wining a continental title would go a long way toward making up for a disappointing domestic campaign.