Puebla vs Mazatlán Prediction, Head-To-Head, Live Stream Time, Date, Team News, Lineups Odds, STATS, Tips, And Betting Trends, Where To Watch Live Mexican Liga BBVA MXl 2023 Today Match Details – February 11

After losing their previous match against Atlético San Luis by a score of 2-0 Liga MX (Clausura), Puebla will be looking to improve their performance here. In that match, Puebla had 56% possession and 14 shots, four of which were successful. Emanuel Gularte scored the only goal for Puebla (an own goal in the 94th minute). Atlético San Luis received 17 shots, five of which were successful. Atlético San Luis’s goal was scored by Javier Güémez (54′).

Here, Mazatlán will want to make amends. In that match, Mazatlán had 54% possession and 23 shots, eight of which were successful. Aké Loba (45′) and Fernando Illescas (96′) scored for Mazatlán. FC Juárez had ten shots on goal, four of which were successful. FC Juárez got goals from Denzell Garca (14′), Tomás Molina (69′), and Mauro Lanez (76′).

Match Details

  • Puebla v Mazatlan FC
  • Primera Division Clausura Mexico
  • Date – 11/02/2023
  • Starting time – 01:00 UTC
  • Venue: Estadio Cuauhtemoc, Puebla, Mexico


Puebla will most likely be able to generate a respectable number of chances and shots on goal in this game. Mazatlán may struggle to score on their own at the other end, but we can see them scoring during this match as well. As a result, when the final whistle sounds, we anticipate Puebla claiming a resounding victory with a score of 3-1.

Head to head

When we look at their previous head-to-head matches, which date back to July 28, 2020, we find that Puebla has won four of them, while Mazatlán has only won one, with one match ending in a draw. There were a total of 24 goals scored in those games, or 4 goals per meeting on average.

On the first day of the Liga MX (Apertura) season on February 7, 2022, these two teams met for the first time, and Mazatlán prevailed 2-4 over Puebla. At that point, Mazatlán had 60 percent possession and 13 attempts at goal, six of which were successful. Eduard Bello (47′) and Gabriel Lopez (85′) scored goals.

Puebla’s opponents had 18 shots, seven of which were successful. Israel Reyes scored from 5 feet, Fernando Aristeguieta from 14 feet, Martn Barragán from 58 feet, and Amaury Escoto from 76 feet. Daniel Quintero was the referee for the match.

Team News

When looking at the players, Eduardo Arce, the manager of Puebla, has only one fitness issue from a team that is otherwise fully prepared. Fernando Aristeguieta is ruled out due to a fracture of the tibia and fibula. Gabriel Caballero, the Mazatlán manager, has to worry about one fitness issue out of a mostly available group. Due to a calf injury, Néstor Vidrio will not play in this game.


G27Nicolás Vikonis
D3Néstor Vidrio
D14Oswaldo Alanís
D15Bryan Colula
D4Nicolás Díaz
M11Marco Fabián
M35Jefferson Intriago
M6Roberto Meraz
M7Iván Moreno
A10Nicolás Benedetti
A23Brian Rubio
G1Antony Silva
D27Lucas Maia
D26Ivo Vázquez
D5Diego de Buen
M6Javier Salas
D2Gustavo Ferrareis
M22Jordi Cortizo
M20Maximiliano Araújo
M23Daniel Aguilar
D12Israel Reyes
A9Fernando Aristeguieta

Betting tips

If you look at the betting prices for the game on the win-draw-win market, you can stake your money on Puebla for 1.78, on the draw for 3.82, or on Mazatlán winning. These are the best returns available right now.

For this match, our knowledgeable partners are predicting under 3.5 goals.

Where to watch

In the meantime, certain Liga MX games will be broadcast live in the United States on: FOX Sports, Univision, and TUDN USA with English commentary.

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