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2016/2017 Season

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 By Tom Marshall

Tensions mount as Chivas travel to Club America for the Clasico Nacional

Club America's Rubens Sambueza
Rubens Sambueza will be available for Club America's clash against Chivas after his red card was rescinded.

Liga MX W2W4: Chivas travel to Club America for the Clasico Nacional

Week 7 of matches in the Liga MX's Apertura 2016 brings us the most highly-anticipated game of the regular season, but it isn't the only big topic this weekend in Mexico.

Here's what to look out for:

Chivas ready for America challenge

Mexico's two best-supported and most successful teams meet in the home of Mexican football, the Estadio Azteca, on Saturday night (10 p.m. ET) in the country's Super Clasico.

The last time the teams...

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Vancouver Whitecaps beat Sporting KC; Pachuca roll versus Police United

Kekuta Manneh joins the ESPN FC Heineken Boot Room to discuss his desire to play for the USMNT.
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The Vancouver Whitecaps celebrate after opening the scoring against Sporting KC in the CONCACAF Champions League.

The Vancouver Whitecaps beat Sporting Kansas City 3-0 to take control of Group C of the CONCACAF Champions League on Tuesday night.

The teams had just met in Major League Soccer action on Saturday, with SKC coming out 2-0 winners, but it was the Canadian hosts who had the upper hand in the CCL rematch.

The game was almost over before it started, with Cristian Techera heading home in the eighth minute from a Erik Hurtado cross.

Hurtado would go from provider to scorer just...

 By Nayib Moran

Pachuca's Juan Calero carries on family legacy; Tijuana in fine form

ESPN FC's Tom Marshall previews the upcoming Liga MX campaign and discusses the new 10/8 rule.
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Juan Calero scored twice to carry on the legacy of his deceased father at Pachuca.

MEXICO CITY -- Club Tijuana continued its excellent start to the 2016 Apertura, while Pachuca keeps getting results thanks to the dynamic youngsters its youth academy has been producing over the last few years. Even if some clubs have taken off in the Apertura, there are still several that are trying to find their rhythm, while two of this week's matches ended in 0-0 draws between Queretaro and Cruz Azul and Toluca versus Tigres.

Here are five lessons from Week 5:

1. Pachuca's Juan Calero has a...

 By Nayib Moran

Despite tumbling vs. Toluca, Pachuca remains atop Liga MX Power Rankings

ESPN FC's Stuart Holden and Alison Bender address Alejandro Bedoya's recent comments regarding his move to the Philadelphia Union.
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Pachuca tumbled to its first defeat of the season vs. Toluca, but the club remains atop our Power Rankings.

Pachuca maintains the lead in Liga MX's Week 4 Power Rankings, but teams such as America, Monterrey, Tigres and Tijuana will likely be in the hunt for the top place in the coming weeks. After four games in the 2016 Apertura, Miguel Herrera's Tijuana has been the most exciting team to watch in Liga MX. Here's how things stand in our Liga MX Power Rankings:

1. PACHUCA (no change):
After falling 2-0 to Toluca, Pachuca suffered its first loss of the season. On the same day but in Brazil, while...

 By Nayib Moran

Pachuca remains top of Power Rankings as Queretaro climbs

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John Medina, left, and his Pachuca side continued their winning ways vs. Necaxa with a 1-0 victory at the weekend.

After a week that saw America and Chivas suffer big losses, Andre-Pierre Gignac score his first 2016 Apertura goal, and Raul Ruidiaz complete an impressive hat-trick, Liga MX's defending champion Pachuca continues its winning streak. Here are the Power Rankings for Week 3:

1. PACHUCA (no change):
With Colombian center-back Oscar Murillo back in the starting XI, Pachuca beat Necaxa 1-0. John Stefan Medina scored his third goal in the Apertura, and Los Tuzos are the only team to tally three consecutive...