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Liga MX Power Rankings: Monterrey remains king as Mexico City clubs flounder

MEXICO CITY -- If the playoffs started today, not a single one of Mexico City's three teams would be through. Furthermore, five of the eight teams who made the playoffs last season would make the cut this time around, including Queretaro, who last won a game in 2018.

One of the reasons why so many fans are drawn to Mexican soccer as a whole is its unexpected nature, the unique parity that can allow for a good number of teams to win the league on any given season. However, is there actually a rhyme...

Liga MX Review: Chivas make a Clasico statement, Gignac again showcases his brilliance

Chivas have been one of Liga MX's most pleasant surprises, as Jose Cordozo's side currently sit fourth in the table.
Chivas have been one of Liga MX's most pleasant surprises, as Jose Cardozo's side currently sit fourth in the table.

Chivas make statement in Clasico Tapatio

The 2019 Clausura season initially kicked off with more questions than answers for Chivas. Under the unexciting leadership of manager Jose Cardozo, it was difficult to predict what the league giants would look like after making significant roster changes over the winter. Although there was potential for progress through some of the new faces -- notably Hiram Mier, Dieter Villalpando, Jesus Molina and Alexis Vega -- there were no guarantees of immediate success...

Liga MX W2W4: Clasico Tapatio, Clasico Capitalino headline massive week in Liga MX

Guadalajara bragging rights will be on the line Saturday night in what is always a spirited affair between Chivas and Atlas.
Guadalajara bragging rights will be on the line Saturday night in what is always a spirited affair between Chivas and Atlas.

It's almost time for Week 7 of the 2019 Clausura! Before Liga MX returns with another set of highly anticipated matches, here are three things to watch out for:

Two Clasicos in one weekend

Liga MX fans will get to enjoy two massive rivalry games this weekend.

First up on Saturday night in Guadalajara is the Clasico Tapatio. As the oldest rivalry in Mexico, the battle between Chivas and Atlas is a fascinating one that has existed for over 100 years. This season, things are already beginning to get...

Liga MX Power Rankings: Leon joins Monterrey; Club America falters

MEXICO CITY -- Valentine's Day is nigh, and with it the panicked scramble for overpriced roses, dinner reservations and a gift your partner may or may not like, regardless of how much you spent. If that's too bleak for those of you in a relationship, consider the alternative for those in the other camp --awkward singles parties and the constant reminders within offices that other people are in relationships and, well, you're not.

This week, our Power Rankings will take on the holiday's theme with...

Liga MX W2W4: Necaxa and Chivas face off in top-five clash; potential debuts for Salcedo, Layun

Along with Monterrey, upstart Necaxa remain one of the two unbeaten sides in all of Liga MX.
Along with Monterrey, upstart Necaxa remain one of the two unbeaten sides in all of Liga MX.

It's almost time for Week 6 of the 2019 Clausura! Before Liga MX returns with another set of highly anticipated matches, here are three things to watch out for:

Top-five sides Necaxa and Chivas do battle

Any doubts regarding Necaxa were completely smashed last week after Los Rayos achieved a 4-1 away win over Puebla. Although the opposition wasn't exactly one of the most intimidating in the league, key players such as Brian Fernandez and Angel Sepulveda were brilliant for a Necaxa side that now...

Liga MX Power Rankings: Necaxa go top, Chivas drop after Veracruz draw

As MLS and Liga MX mull a new tournament like the SuperLiga of the mid-2000s, Taylor Twellman says the time is right for a new competition.

MEXICO CITY -- After only a handful of games, panic mode has set in for teams off to a slow start. Three teams have already ousted their managers, and a couple more could be on their way out. Next week, when we are just over a third of the way through the regular season, we could potentially have seen just about a third of all teams replace their bosses.

With a tournament as forgiving as Liga MX, the argument for shaking up your team after a slow start can go both ways.

To most, it is wise to make...