Unbeaten Chivas face tricky test at Santos Laguna while Pachuca and Toluca get ready to welcome new faces to the fold. Here's what to watch for...
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The former Argentina striker and Boca Juniors great has previoulsy coached at clubs in his native country and in Chile.
With six matches left in the Apertura, four Liga MX clubs are deadlocked on points in a battle for the last playoff spots. So who will make the cut?
The second half of Liga MX's Apertura kicks off this weekend. Julio Furch's form for Santos Laguna and a potential upset is what we are watching.
It's no surprise that Cruz Azul has the most players on our list of Liga MX's Best XI at the halfway point of the 2018 Apertura regular season.
With Erick Gutierrez and Hirving Lozano at PSV, Pachuca's sporting director explains how his club has become one of the best in youth development.
Pachuca gets a confident Chivas in first game after Erick Gutierrez's exit to PSV, while Santos and Toluca meet for the first time since the Final.
Mexico midfielder Erick Gutierrez is set to join international teammate Hirving Lozano at PSV Eindhoven from Pachuca, the Eredivisie club confirmed.
Leicester City's Leonardo Ulloa ended his stay at the club to join Pachuca while fellow striker Islam Slimani sealed loan to Fenerbahce.
With the World Cup blues fading, this is a good weekend to scout some of the best young talent in Liga MX and see what El Tri's future could be.
Pachuca is without a point after three matches, the departures of Keisuke Honda and Diego Alonso taking a toll. But the club could turn it around.
The 32-year-old, who is expected to arrive in Melbourne next week, shapes as the new focal point in a retooled attack for the defending champions.
The Liga MX table is starting to take shape. Some big clubs are need to right the ship, while others hope to keep their momentum going.
From Hector Herrera to Hirving Lozano and now to Erick Gutierrez, no one in Liga MX churns out top talent quite like Pachuca.
Liga MX is back and kicking off its first weekend of the Apertura is a battle between Club Tijuana and Chivas.
Japanese star Keisuke Honda is on a shortlist of six players in the sights of the FFA as it looks to inject the A-League with some marquee magic.
Reading striker Novakovich, 21, was called up to Dave Sarachan's squad after scoring 18 goals so far this season.
Monterrey are running out of time to turn their season around. Unfortunately, they visit league-leading Santos next.
Puebla have been a surprise package but face their sternest test in Monterrey. Also, it's Clasico Nacional time! It's Liga MX W2W4.
Keisuke Honda needed time to adjust to life in Liga MX but the Japan international is now thriving as Pachuca's chief playmaker.
Despite a couple of down seasons and a slow start to this campaign, Pachuca is close to turning things around, regardless of what the results say.
After an exciting and somewhat surprising first week of the Clausura, Liga MX returns. Here is W2W4 this weekend.
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.
Are Tigres and Monterrey the teams to beat in Clausura? Will America and Chivas bounce back? A new Liga MX season looks at what to expect in 2018.
Liga MX side Pachuca announced the signing of former Vancouver Whitecaps and Columbus Crew SC striker Kekuta Manneh.