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1 Tijuana 8 4 3 28
2 Monterrey 7 6 2 27
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Cesar Montes is forcing his way into Juan Carlos Osorio's Mexico plans

Cesar Montes
Twenty-year-old defender Cesar Montes should feature for Mexico this summer after an impressive Clausura at Monterrey.

Little by little, the window to impress Mexico manager Juan Carlos Osorio is narrowing. With the season beginning to wind down, many of the country's best players now have limited time to make a case for a spot in the squads that will travel to the Confederations Cup or Gold Cup.

Here, we take a look at some of the best and worst performances in the past week from those chasing a place in Osorio's teams this summer.

Warming Up

Cesar Montes, DF, Monterrey (Mexico)

Why he's here: After...

 By Nayib Moran

Monterrey, Santos sneak up Liga MX Power Rankings with wins, Xolos No. 1

Herculez Gomez reacts to Tijuana's dramatic win over Toluca, as two points separate the sides atop the Liga MX table.

Here are our Liga MX Power Rankings after Week 15, which saw seven teams get important home wins as the end of the 2017 Clausura beckons.

1. CLUB TIJUANA (no change):
What stands out for Xolos is their attack and how many scoring options they have at their disposal. Miguel "Piojo" Herrera's team operates at a fast pace and Liga MX defenses have a hard time shutting it down; in 15 games, Xolos have gone scoreless just twice. After their 2-0 win over Toluca, they will enter Week 16 on a...

 By Tom Marshall

Everything you need to know about Monterrey vs. Tigres in Clasico Regio

Andre-Pierre Gignac (left) and Tigres will visit Edwin Cardona (right) and Monterrey in the Clasico Regio on Saturday.



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The Clasico Regio ... is the most organic, intense and passionate rivalry in Mexican football, bringing together arguably the two best squads that Liga MX has to offer. It pits the traditionally more working-class Tigres (whose fans say their team is from San Nicolas de la Garza, not Monterrey) and Los Rayados' more white-collar support against each other.

There is a university link as well, with Tigres playing in the colors of the public UANL and Monterrey the private Tecnologico...