This is how the BetPlay League final will be played: date and times for Nacional vs. Tolima

This is how the BetPlay League final will be played: date and times for Nacional vs. Tolima

The final of the Opening Tournament of the Dimayor League will be played two-way, as announced by the league on its official website.

This is how the BetPlay League final will be played: date and times for Nacional vs. Tolima

Atlético Nacional vs. Deportes Tolima face each other for the final of the BetPlay League. (Photo: Atlético Nacional)

Everything ready to crown the BetPlay I-2022 League champion. Atlético Nacional and Deportes Tolima will meet in two decisive matches in the Colombian league. You can find out here the dates, times and TV channel in which the Dimayor League final will be broadcast.

The first game It will be played at the home of Atlético Nacional, the Atanasio Girardot stadium in Medellin this Wednesday, June 22, starting at 8:00 p.m. (Colombian and Peruvian time).

On the other hand, the return leg will be defined at the Manuel Murillo Toro stadium in Ibagué on Sunday, June 26, starting at 7:00 p.m. (Colombian time). It should be noted that both matches will be broadcast live through the Win Sports + signal.

Atletico Nacional and Deportes Tolima will play the final

With goals from Jefferson Duque and John Duque, plus good saves from goalkeeper Kevin Mier, Atlético Nacional defeated Junior 2-1 with which he became the first finalist in the Colombian league.

The Verdolagas withstood the onslaught of the Shark and thus will play a league final after four years without doing so. Atlético Nacional finished in first place in the group with 12 points and Junior was in second place with eight units

On the other hand, Deportes Tolima defeated by Envigado 1-0 on the last day of Group B of the Colombian league home runs and will play the final against Atlético Nacional, who qualified on Wednesday after beating Junior 2-1.

The Ibagué team finished as the leader of the area with 13 points, two ahead of Deportivo Independiente Medellín (DIM) who thrashed La Equidad 1-5 on Thursday, which was in third place with nine units, while Envigado was last with one integer.