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 By Eric Gomez

Liga MX Power Rankings: Toluca stays top, Monterrey jumps into second

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Alejandro Moreno and Herculez Gomez break down everything that went wrong for Toronto against Chivas in the 1st leg of the CCL final.

MEXICO CITY -- It's official. Toluca now has Liga MX's longest winning streak in the short season era.

The league leaders have been especially dominant of late, with their last three wins coming with clean sheets in defense. With just one week to go in the season, Hernan Cristante's team has gone from fringe candidate, to dark horse, to clear favorite in the Clausura 2018. The question now is whether Toluca can carry that momentum into the playoffs.

Here are the Power Rankings for Week 16:


 By Tom Marshall

Lobos BUAP relegated from Liga MX, five teams advance to Liguilla

Alejandro Moreno and Herculez Gomez break down everything that went wrong for Toronto against Chivas in the 1st leg of the CCL final.

It's been a hectic weekend in Liga MX, with one team relegated, the playoff race on a knife's edge, a Mexican legend making his home farewell and the oldest stadium in the league hosting its final game.

Here are five thoughts from the weekend:

1. Lobos BUAP relegated

Lobos BUAP lasted just two short seasons in Liga MX. The 4-0 loss to Monterrey on Saturday condemned the Puebla-based university team to relegation less than a year after it won promotion. Veracruz had looked doomed to the drop a couple...

How to fix, save and restore the prestige of the Copa MX

Necaxa won the latest Copa MX but nobody really noticed. It's an issue that must be addressed.

Where does the Copa MX tournament go from here? While competitions like the CONCACAF Champions League and the Liga MX have dominated the headlines in recent weeks, little has been said about Mexico's domestic cup competition. In fact, for many who are currently reading this right now, it might come as a surprise that the 2018 Clausura edition of the Copa MX is already over.

Without much fanfare or attention, Necaxa defeated Toluca 1-0 in last Wednesday's cup final. Following countless arguments,...

Liga MX W2W4: Atlas to bid Rafa Marquez farewell at home vs. rivals Chivas

Rafa Marquez will forever be remembered as an Atlas and Mexico legend.
Mexico and Atlas legend Rafa Marquez could well be playing  his final club match at Estadio Jalisco on Friday.

Liga MX is heading down the final stretch of the regular season with some playoff spots still up for grabs. Tom Marshall and Eric Gomez preview the must-see games of the penultimate weekend of the Liga MX regular season.

Marquez faces Chivas in final home game for Atlas

Rafa Marquez has not officially said that he'll be hanging up his boots at the end of the 2018 Clausura, but it has been implied in every interview he has given over the last couple of weeks. The goal for the Mexico legend, as he...

Toluca, Santos are Liguilla locks but work left to do for Pachuca, Tijuana

Angel Reyna's goal helped the Liga MX leaders clench a postseason berth.
Toluca are sitting pretty, as with two games remaining they are guaranteed at worst second place.

Only two matchdays remain in the 2018 Clausura regular season.

The race continues for a position in the top eight and a playoff spot, and while a few teams have already been eliminated or clinched a spot in the next round, several more still have plenty to play for.

With some help from FiveThirtyEight's playoff probabilities, let's take a look at where all 18 Liga MX teams currently stand in four different Liguilla categories: Playoffs guaranteed, playoffs likely, playoffs unlikely and no playoff...

 By Eric Gomez

Hernan Cristante has Toluca on course to break the 'Curse of the Leader' once again

Toluca manager Hernan Cristante looks on during a Liga MX match against Tijuana.
Hernan Cristante won Liga MX three times as a player with Toluca; could he do it again as manager?

MEXICO CITY -- It's Valentine's Day in Puebla. The middle part of the Clausura 2018 season in Liga MX is fast approaching, and two midtable teams square off at the Estadio Cuauhtemoc.

Inside the first half hour, Canada international Lucas Cavallini puts the home team ahead 2-0 over Toluca. On social media, calls for Toluca's manager -- Hernan Cristante -- to be fired intensify. The visitors are unable to crawl back in the match and return home defeated and mired in 10th place, while Puebla rises...