Bravos de FC Juarez will be looking to advance tonight to the semifinals of the Ascenso MX League playoffs when they face Venados FC at Benito Juarez Olympic Stadium. The Bravos go into tonight's match with a two goal lead in the aggregate score after their victory in the first leg of the home and home series on Wednesday in Merida, Yucatan. The Bravos returned to the Borderland on Thursday evening and had a light practice yesterday morning.
Bravos de FC Juarez defeated Venados FC by a score of 2-0 last night in Merida, Yucatan in the first leg of the quarter finals of the Ascenso MX playoffs. The victory gives the Bravos a comfortable lead head coming back to the Borderland for the 2nd leg of the series that will take place on Saturday at 8pm at Benito Juarez Olympic Stadium. Bravos took a one player advantage in the 27th minute when Gabriel Baez was sent off for Venados with a red card after a flagrant foul on Ian Arrellano.
Tonight's Bravos de FC Juarez quarterfinal playoff match versus Venados FC will be televised both thru pay tv and a local channel. The match is scheduled to start at 6:30 pm.The playoff match will be televised on Gol TV (DirecTV Ch. 468, DISH TV Ch. 632). The local station Channel 44 broadcasting out of Ciudad Juarez has also picked up the feed for tonight's match that will be taking place in Merida, Yucatan.
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