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By ESPN Staff

New El Tri stars face tough tests, while Tijuana look to keep win streak alive

A rare goal from defensive midfielder Jesus Duenas helped Tigres crush Pumas.
Jesus Duenas is joining El Tri for their upcoming March friendlies, but first he and his Tigres team will head to Torreon for a match vs. Santos Laguna.

As Week 11 approaches, so does the inevitable drop of a Liga MX team this year. There are now just seven matches left for Chivas, Puebla, Leones Negros and Veracruz to compile as many points as possible in the league. The race is still very close and could see more shifting of the relegation table after the weekend.

With the relegation race in mind, as well as the Mexican national team roster call-ups and more, here are five things to watch during Week 11 of the Liga MX Clausura.

The new faces for...

 By Tom Marshall

Ricardo Ferretti hides pitch-side,
'big four' fail in wild Liga MX weekend

United States defender Greg Garza discusses the upcoming match against Mexico and his ongoing career with Xolos de Tijuana in Liga MX.
Ricardo Ferretti stole the headlines with his 'peek-a-boo' antics on the Tigres sideline.

Round nine of matches in the Liga MX Clausura was fun. Late goals handed Chiapas, Queretaro and Tijuana points while the relegation battle reached a new level of intensity, with three teams still in the mix for the drop.

The Good: "Tuca" Ferretti's hiding place

Apologies to undefeated Veracruz and league leader Club Tijuana. Yes, you have both been good and both picked up points last weekend, but Tigres coach Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti was the best show in the Liga MX this past weekend, adding...

 By Tom Marshall

Joffre Guerron, Tigres on track with Copa Libertadores draw vs. River Plate

The enduring image of the 2015 Copa Libertadores campaign for Tigres will be Joffre Guerron, bandaged head and all, celebrating after scoring his team's lone goal in their 1-1 draw versus River Plate.

The 2015 Copa Libertadores campaign for Liga MX side Tigres appears to already have what could be its defining image: Joffre Guerron running through to take the lead in the 40th minute in El Monumental against River Plate with his head bandaged up.

The Argentine giant came back on Thursday in the second half to tie the score 1-1 thanks to a Carlos Sanchez goal in the 73rd minute, but this was Tigres' night. As if it needs re-emphasizing, El Monumental is one of the most difficult stadiums to go...

Tigres, Club America to renew resentful history between clubs

America defender Pablo Aguilar will miss Saturday's fun due to a red card suffered in last week's disappointing draw.

The last time Tigres and Club America met, red cards were the story of the day. Various Tigres players lost their cool and were sent off, leaving only eight players on the field as the Aguilas celebrated the 2014 Apertura championship, their historic 12th title.

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Now, as the two clubs meet in regular-season Clausura action, Club America is in a bit of red-card difficulty, since the squad won't be able to play experienced defender Pablo Aguilar. The Paraguayan lost his cool in the final moments...

Three Points: Club America vs. Tigres U.A.N.L.

Club America celebrate after Michael Arroyo's opening goal.

Three quick thoughts from Club America's 3-0 win over U.A.N.L. Tigres that secured Las Aguilas the Liga MX Apertura title, the club's record 12th Liga MX crown.

1. Mohamed gets the last laugh

Club America's first game in the Apertura 2014 season was against Leon. The Aguilas may have come away from that battle victorious, but it seems that Leon's former coach, Gustavo Matosas, has indeed won the war, wresting control of America from the leadership of Antonio Mohamed. Yet Mohamed, humiliated...