Copa Libertadores qualifiers second leg: Get full schedule, fixtures and India match times
The 62nd edition of CONMEBOL Libertadores, also known as Copa Libertadores, kicked off on February 23, 2021, and will run until November 20. As things stand, the tournament has reached the second leg of the second stage of qualifiers.
The Copa Libertadores qualifiers were divided into three stages, with the first stage hosting six teams. For the second stage, as many as 16 teams were potted into eight ties (C1–C8). The three winners from the first stage were given a place in the second stage as well. The third stage, on the other hand, will feature eight teams, and the four winners from that round will find a place in the group stage of the illustrious competition.
The two-legged fixtures of the second stage kicked off on March 9, 2021, and the teams will now enter the pitch once again, between March 16-18 to play the second leg of the round.
Copa Libertadores qualifiers second leg schedule, fixtures and India match times
All times are in Indian Standard Time (IST)
|Date||Match||Time (IST)||Venue||First leg result|
|March 17||Ayacucho vs Gremio||1:00 AM||Estadio Olimpico Atahualpa||6-1 to Gremio|
|March 16||Bolivar vs Montevideo Wanderers||11: 45 PM||Estadio Hernando Siles||1-0 to Montevideo Wanderers|
|March 16||Deportivo Lara vs Santos||11: 45 PM||Estadio Olimpico de la UCV||2-1 to Santos|
|March 17||Independiente del Valle vs Union Espanola||1:00 AM||Estadio Rodrigo Paz Delgado||1-0 to Union Espanola|
|March 18||Libertad vs Universidad Catolica||12:45 AM||Estadio Defensores del Chaco||1-0 to Libertad|
|March 18||San Lorenzo vs Universidad de Chile||3:00 AM||Estadio Pedro Bidegain||1-1 draw|
|March 18||Junior vs Caracas||1:00 AM||Estadio Metropolitano Roberto Melendez||2-1 to Junior|
|March 19||Atletico Nacional vs Guarani||1:00 AM||Estadio Atanasio Girardot||2-0 Atletico Nacional|
The Copa Libertadores qualifiers will not be telecast in India. No official live streaming platform is available either for football fans in India.
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