Most of the sports world has been put on pause during the global coronavirus pandemic, with cancellations coming left and right. But for soccer fans, there’s still a way to get your sports fix in.Liga MX, the top tier of Mexican soccer, is moving forward with this weekend’s games. Here’s everything you need to know ahead of Liga MX action. Liga MX schedule, TV channels for Matchday 10 of 17Saturday, March 14(All times Eastern)GameTimeChannelTigres vs. Juarez9 p.m.ESPN Deportes, fuboTVLeon vs. Pumas9 p.m.TUDN USA, fuboTVGuadalajara vs. Monterrey11 p.m.Chivas TV, fuboTVLeon vs. Pumas is the big matchup to watch at 9 p.m. Leon is currently second in the Liga MX table on 18 points, while Pumas sits fourth on 15 points and could draw level on points with a win.The other 9 p.m. matchup features Tigres, a team trying to climb into the top eight, and Juarez, a team trying to stay in the top eight. Teams that finish in the top eight qualify for Liguilla, which is the playoffs for Liga MX.The nightcap features fifth-place Guadalajara against bottom-of-the-table Monterrey, which has won just four points in nine matches.Sunday, March 15(All times Eastern) GameTimeChannelToluca vs. Atlas2 p.m.ESPN Deportes, fuboTVClub America vs. Cruz Azul10:15 p.m.TUDN and UniMas, fuboTVThe biggest game of the weekend is the Sunday nightcap between third-place Club America and top-of-the-table Cruz Azul. The teams are separated by only two points.Sunday’s opening game pits a pair of struggling teams together. Toluca is currently 15th on 10 points, while Atlas is 17th out of 18 teams on six points.How to stream Liga MX gamesFor cord-cutters, the best option to stream Liga MX games is fuboTV, which includes access to all of the Univision and FOX Sports channels, allowing you to watch all of the Liga MX games.