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2016/2017 Season

1 Tijuana 9 3 2 30
2 Pachuca 7 3 3 24
3 U.A.N.L 6 5 2 23
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Hernandez: 10 key Liga MX moves

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 By Nayib Moran

Xolos hold onto top spot as Leon, Atlas, Monterrey eye Liguilla places

Miguel Herrera was sent off from the bench on Saturday, but his Club Tijuana remains top of our Power Rankings.

After 13 games in the Liga MX Apertura, the playoff picture is gaining clarity. Teams like Leon, Atlas and Monterrey will need to close out the regular season in superb fashion after poor early runs in order to finish among the top eight. 

Here are our Liga MX Power Rankings after Week 13:

1. CLUB TIJUANA (no change):
In its second defeat of the Apertura, a 1-0 loss to Club America, Tijuana had four clear chances to score but failed to convert. Come Liguilla time, Xolos' forwards can't...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico no better for World Cup under Juan Carlos Osorio - Miguel Herrera

ESPN FC's Tom Marshall and Katia Castorena assess Giovani dos Santos' role in Mexico's crucial 1-0 victory over Panama.
Jurgen Klinsmann explains the USMNT will be more than ready to go ahead of their match versus Mexico in November.

Former Mexico national team manager Miguel "Piojo" Herrera has cast doubts over whether current head coach Juan Carlos Osorio can take El Tri to new heights at the next World Cup.

Mexico have gone out at the round-of-16 stage in every World Cup since 1994 and Osorio -- who has been under pressure since the 7-0 loss to Chile at the Copa America Centenario -- is about to embark on the hexagonal stage of CONCACAF qualifying, beginning with a tough trip to face the United States in Columbus, Ohio, on...

 By Nayib Moran

Liga MX W2W4: Herrera and Xolos hope to spoil Club America's party

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Miguel Herrera has Tijuana atop the Apertura standings and can makes a statement against former club, America.

Liga MX action returns following the international break and with just five games left in the regular season, the playoff picture is still blurry. Club America's centennial celebrations headline Week 13.

Tijuana visits Azteca as America continues centennial celebrations

Times and fortunes have changed since the afternoon of April 9, 2016 when Ignacio Ambriz's America trashed Miguel "Piojo" Herrera's Tijuana by a score of 6-1.

Las Aguilas went all the way to the semifinals of the Clausura, where...

 By Nayib Moran

Xolos take charge of Liga MX Power Rankings after securing Liguilla berth

Tom Marshall and Ernaldo Mortiz report on Chivas' most recent win against Morelia.

Club Tijuana's eight wins in the Apertura have it safely into the Liguilla and atop our Liga MX Power Rankings. Necaxa and Leon, meanwhile, are taking important steps in their efforts to reach the playoffs.

During the 2016 Clausura, Tijuana was only able to achieve three wins. Now, Miguel "Piojo" Herrera's team has picked up eight en route to qualifying for the Liguilla on the last day of September. Its latest win came against Atlas, 1-0 at Estadio Caliente. Times for the Xolos are...

How Santos, Xolos are trying to attract English-speaking soccer fans in U.S.

One Nacion's Katia Castorena breaks down the dramatic draw between Pachuca and Tijuana to extend Los Xolos' unbeaten streak to seven games.

In terms of TV ratings, Mexico's Liga MX is the most popular soccer league in the United States.

With impressive ratings that regularly exceed the Premier League and Major League Soccer, the domestic competition from south of the border reigns supreme when it comes to catching fans' attention. Even the Manchester derby, which drew 623k U.S. viewers on Sept. 10, was outdone by multiple Liga MX matches; Cruz Azul vs. Club America brought in 676k later that evening, while Monterrey vs. Club Tijuana...