Week 16 of Liga MX's Clausura boasts matchups between playoff contenders, a home farewell to a Liga MX legend, as well as the age-old Estadio Azul.
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The past week in the Clausura saw a change at the top, as well as both of Mexico's CONCACAF Champions League semifinalists pick up victories.
Pumas need a win vs. Chivas to get back on track. Pedro Caixinha faces a tricky reunion at Santos, and Club America visit Tijuana. It's Liga MX W2W4.
Cruz Azul's hiring of Pedro Caixinha was met with great optimism but after six weeks the hire has yet to pay dividends in terms of results.
Club America's 5-1 rout of Lobos BUAP keeps them atop our Power Rankings while Tigres, their next opponent, dropped to fourth after losing vs. Pumas.
America, though perhaps not playing their best, have yet to lose a game in the Clausura; Tigres move to No. 2 with an epic win over Pachuca.
Leon's impressive 3-1 win over Toluca sent it soaring to the top of the Power Rankings, while America slipped down to No. 2 and Tigres to third.
Leon are still top of the heap after remaining unbeaten, with America second and Tigres third. Look out for Pumas, too, who are on the rise.
Pumas racked up another win and Cruz Azul is showing their potential under new manager Pedro Caixinha. A look at action in the Liga MX.
After an exciting and somewhat surprising first week of the Clausura, Liga MX returns. Here is W2W4 this weekend.
Rangers have confirmed the departure of Carlos Pena on a year-long loan deal.
Club America's week 1 win over Queretaro takes them top of Liga MX Power Rankings with Tigres slipping to second following a 2-1 defeat vs. Puebla.
Apertura finalists Tigres and Monterrey come in at #1 and #2 respectively in the first Liga MX Power Rankings of the season but #3 may surprise.
Pedro Caixinha's past with Liga MX gives him the experience and credibility to start his ambitious Cruz Azul project.
Several Liga MX clubs were busy in the short offseason bringing in new talent to fill gaps. Here are seven of the most intriguing new arrivals.
Midfielder Walter Montoya has left Sevilla to sign with Mexican club Cruz Azul, both clubs announced on Saturday.
In the spirit of the whirlwind Liga MX season, we have quick and to-the-point rundowns of the 2017 campaign for all 18 teams.
Portuguese manager Pedro Caixinha has been named the new head coach at Cruz Azul, following a mixed spell at Scottish giants Rangers.
After parting ways with Cruz Azul on Monday, coach Paco Jemez will return to Spain satisfied with the work he accomplished in his year in charge.
Club America and Monterrey advanced to the semifinals of the Liga MX 2017 Apertura on Sunday, joining Tigres and Morelia.
Cruz Azul could only manage a 0-0 draw in Estadio Azul against Mexico City rival Club America on Thursday in the 2017 Apertura quarterfinal.
Need to know what watch in Liga MX playoffs? Start with intimidating top seed Monterrey and Miguel Herrera's push to make Club America great again.
Paco Jemez's tenure at Cruz Azul has been far from perfect but what keeps Liga MX improving is the arrival of coaches like him from outside Mexico.
Atlas are still in the playoff hunt and would love to clinch a Liguilla spot at the home of their arch-rivals, Chivas. It's must-see TV in Liga MX.
With just two games to go before the Liguilla, which teams will miss the playoffs? Tom Marshall and Nayib Moran believe Cruz Azul won't make it.