After a dull 0-0 first leg, Chivas and Tigres have everything to play for in the second leg of the Liga MX last on Sunday.
With flatware on the line with this outcome, being a strained, sensational undertaking at the Estadio Akron in Guadalajara is certain.
Chivas are the reasonable top choices as the host group during the current second leg, searching for their thirteenth association title all-time, which would see them draw level with Club America for the most in Liga MX history. Should Veljko Paunovic own Chivas to the prize this year, he would be quick to do as such with the club in his most memorable mission in control.
Tigres, in the mean time, were not supposed to be at this stage, having completed seventh in the Clausura table this year. They figured out how to knock off No. 1 seed Monterrey and Apertura finalists Toluca in transit to this stage.