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MEXICAN LIGA MX

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
5 Toluca 8 5 4 29
6 Cruz Azul 7 6 4 27
7 León 8 2 7 26
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W2W4: Atlas could clinch vs. rival Chivas

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Fading Cruz Azul to miss the playoffs?

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Cruz Azul, America both lose

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W2W4: Stakes raised in the Clasico Joven

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W2W4: Tigres, Atlas are worlds apart

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W2W4: Cruz Azul's big test vs. Monterrey

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W2W4: Derby day for America, Pumas

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Unheralded Mendez tops impact signings

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W2W4: Liga MX Femenil set for historic debut

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 By Tom Marshall

Cruz Azul brings Pedro Caixinha back to Liga MX as manager

Pedro Caixinha is back in Mexico as the new boss of Cruz Azul.

Portuguese manager Pedro Caixinha has been named the new head coach at Cruz Azul, following a mixed spell at Scottish giants Rangers.

Caixinha replaces Spaniard Paco Jemez, who guided the team to the playoffs for the first time in three years.

Caixinha was a surprise choice at Rangers last March, but the 47-year-old only lasted until October before being let go.

The Portuguese coach had a successful stint in Mexico from 2012 with Santos Laguna, in which he won the Liga MX, Copa MX and the Campeon...

 By Tom Marshall

Cruz Azul parts ways with manager Paco Jemez after one year

Paco Jemez has been linked to jobs in La Liga in recent weeks.

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.

Jemez signed a one-year contract last November and guided La Maquina to its first playoff run in three years, although the team crashed out of the 2017 Apertura quarterfinal on Sunday against Mexico City rival Club America.

"We were sad about the result, but very proud of what we've done" said former Rayo Vallecano coach Jemez on ESPN AM. "Until you are...

 By Tom Marshall

Club America, Monterrey book Liga MX Apertura semifinal spots

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William da Silva celebrates America's progression to the Ligs MX semifinals.

Club America and Monterrey advanced to the semifinals of the Liga MX 2017 Apertura on Sunday, joining Tigres and Morelia.

First-seed Monterrey overcame Atlas 4-1 on Sunday and will play Morelia, while Club America drew 0-0 against Cruz Azul and will face Tigres.

The semifinal first legs will be played on Wednesday or Thursday with the return legs next weekend. The Liga MX is set to announce days and times on Monday.

Club America's series against Cruz Azul finished 0-0 over the 180 minutes, with...

 By Tom Marshall

Nine-man Club America holds Cruz Azul, Monterrey downs Atlas

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America's Mateus Uribe receives a red card for his challenge on Cruz Azul defender Julio Dominguez.

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, despite Las Aguilas finishing the game with nine players.

Club America's Mateus Uribe was shown a straight red after half an hour, with Edson Alvarez given his second yellow in the 90th minute, while Cruz Azul goalkeeper Jesus Corona saved a penalty from Mexico teammate Oribe Peralta in the 36th.

Cruz Azul started the brighter side and was pushing for an opener...

Liga MX playoffs W2W4: Monterrey are favorites but expect the unexpected

Max Bretos and Herculez Gomez preview Monterrey's outlook for the Liguilla and explain why they're excited to watch American-born Jonathan Gonzalez.

The Liga MX playoffs are now set!

With an eye on the 2017 Apertura title, eight teams are now left in the championship race: Monterrey, Tigres, Morelia, Toluca, Club America, Cruz Azul, Leon and Atlas. The first legs of the quarterfinal round take place this Wednesday and Thursday, so all eight clubs have little time to prepare for the much-anticipated knockout stage.

Although there's rarely a lack of drama or entertainment, here are five things you won't want to miss.

1. Monterrey are the best...