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Santos Laguna vs. Monterrey: Time, TV Schedule, and live stream

Three critical points are on the line in Torreón.

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Santos Laguna v Tigres UANL - Torneo Apertura 2018 Liga MX Photo by Natalia Perales/Getty Images

Game: Club Santos Laguna S.A. de C.V. vs. Club de Fútbol Monterrey

Date: Friday, October 26th

Time: 8:00 p.m. Eastern, 7:00 p.m. Central, 5:00 p.m. Pacific, 12:00 a.m. UTC

Venue: Estadio Corona TSM (Torreón, Coah.)

Referees: REF: César Arturo Ramos Palazuelos, AR1: Alejandro Ayala Valderrama, AR2: Jorge Gerardo Dávila Cervantes, 4TH: Francisco Chacón Gutiérrez

Television: United States - Univision Deportes; Mexico - Azteca 7, ESPN2 Norte

Streaming: fuboTV (Free trial + monthly subscription), Sling TV (Free trial + monthly subscription), Univision NOW, Fanatiz (Check service for available regions)

Santos Laguna v Tigres UANL - Torneo Apertura 2018 Liga MX
Julio Furch and Jonathan Rodríguez have combined for more goals than any other scoring tandem in Liga MX.
Photo by Natalia Perales/Getty Images

You know that things are going good when a draw on the road is disappointing, however Santos Laguna (7W 4D 2L)’s draw last week against Pachuca (4W 4D 5L) has that feel to it. They’ll look to bounce back with a win against Monterrey (7W 2D 4L) to kick off Week 14.

Santos has reason to feel confident. They have one loss at home in all of 2018 - a Week 16 loss in the Clausura to Pumas. They also have the tandem of Julio Furch and Jonathan Rodríguez, who sit tied for first place and fourth place in goal scoring with ten and seven goals respectively.

Monterrey v Toluca - Torneo Apertura 2018 Liga MX
Dorlan Pabón is having a fantastic season, contributing a goal and six assists for Rayados.
Photo by Azael Rodriguez/Getty Images

Monterrey comes to Torreón not having won on the road since beating Lobos BUAP (3W 3D 7L) back on August 22nd. They did defeat Pachuca in Copa MX play on penalties on Tuesday, and the players from that match may have some heavy legs from the match and subsequent travel.

Monterrey doesn’t have a whole lot in the way of depth at the moment thanks to the rash of injuries that has beset the club. Jonathan Urretaviscaya and Arturo González are all definitely out, and José Maria Basanta, Jonathan González, César Montes, and Rodolfo Pizarro are all battling injuries and questionable for the match.

It will be a tough ask for Rayados, but they do have quality where it counts. Marcelo Barovero has had a good season in goal, while Dorlan Pabón leads Liga MX with six assists and the ever dangerous Nicolás Sánchez has five goals. They’re also just two points behind Santos in the standings, which is perhaps some added incentive against Los Guerreros.

Still, Santos have momentum and home field advantage. It should be a good game underneath the Friday night lights in Coahuila.