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.
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Tigres squeezed past Club Leon and Morelia defeated Toluca 2-1 on Saturday in the Liga MX Apertura quarterfinals to secure their places in the semis.
Tigres held Leon to a 1-1 draw on Wednesday in the first leg of their Liga MX 2017 Apertura quarterfinal, while Toluca defeated Morelia 2-1.
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.
Tigres have not lost at home, but don't dismiss Toluca with its ability to neutralize offenses on the road. Here's what else to watch for in Week 14.
Left-back Santiago Garcia has joined Liga MX club Toluca on a free transfer from Bundesliga side Werder Bremen.
The 2017 Clausura has come and gone, with Chivas crowned champions for the first time since 2006. Was Alan Pulido or Rodolfo Cota their MVP? Vote!
All-Mexican team Chivas has reached its first Liga MX final in just over 10 years, following Sunday's 1-1 draw against Toluca on Sunday.
Chivas host Toluca after a 1-1 first-leg semifinals draw as they contemplate a 12th Liga MX crown; Tigres visit Tijuana riding a 2-0 aggregate lead.
Rodolfo Pizarro's goal gave Chivas the advantage despite a 1-1 draw against Toluca, while Tigres took a 2-0 lead in their first leg against Xolos.
Tigres have the upper hand over Tijuana after a 2-0 home win in the Clausura semis, while it's all to play for after Chivas and Toluca drew 1-1.
Toluca and Tijuana have history on their side as the Liga MX semifinals kick off Thursday, but can anyone stop Mr. Liguilla, Andre-Pierre Gignac?
The semifinals of the Liga MX Clausura are set, with Club Tijuana playing Tigres and Chivas facing off against Toluca. But who is in the best shape?
Andre-Pierre Gignac continued his fine form on Saturday, netting both goals in Tigres' 2-0 victory over city rival Monterrey.
With four matches in the books in the Clausura Liguilla, Tigres look like the team to beat, while the second leg of the Clasico Tapatio is wide open.
From Clasico Regio to "Mr. Liguilla" Andre-Pierre Gignac and U.S. national teamers, there's plenty to look forward to in the playoffs. Check it out!
As the regular season comes to a close and playoffs get underway, our Liga MX experts dish out their awards for best player and more. Have your say!
With the Liga MX playoffs set to start Wednesday, here's a tactical breakdown of the eight teams vying for the all-important title. Who will win?
Toluca's Enrique Triverio and Club America's Pablo Aguilar will not have to see out one-year bans for aggression towards referees, the CAS ruled.
There's nothing showy about Toluca, but Hernan Cristante's team is quietly putting together a centennial tournament to remember as title No. 11 looms.
Alfredo Talavera was sensational in goal to keep Toluca at No. 1 in our Liga MX Power Rankings. But there are some surprise movers and shakers ...
Toluca's Enrique Triverio and Club America's Pablo Aguilar have been given one-year bans by the Mexico Football Federation.
The goalkeeping position is one of the strongest in Liga MX, but who's the best of the bunch? Our experts make the case for four -- have your say!
Xolos, Santos Laguna and Toluca have been the three best sides, but six others could take the cake. This and more lessons learned at the midway point.
Two headers, two goals and another crucial win keep Toluca at the top of our Liga MX Power Rankings. But don't sleep on title challengers Chivas!