Cruz Azul have regressed massively from their run to the Apertura final. Can a date with the worst team in Liga MX help them rebound?
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With the Liga MX Apertura 2018 regular season nearing its conclusion, sights are firmly set on the Liguilla. So who's qualified for the playoffs?
Top-seeded Cruz Azul drew with Queretaro but ensured passage into the semfinals on Saturday, while Monterrey eliminated defending champs Santos.
With the first legs of the quarterfinals in Liguilla in the bag, it's Cruz Azul and Monterrey that hold the advantage.
Cruz Azul finished the regular season at the top of the Liga MX table, but Tigres' hot streak makes them the most dangerous ahead of the playoffs.
Now that the regular season is over, 538 predicts the chances of each team winning the Apertura.
With six matches left in the Apertura, four Liga MX clubs are deadlocked on points in a battle for the last playoff spots. So who will make the cut?
In a matter of months, Queretaro's 17-year-old phenom has gone from playing U-17 to a starting spot in Liga MX and an international cap for Mexico.
It's no surprise that Cruz Azul has the most players on our list of Liga MX's Best XI at the halfway point of the 2018 Apertura regular season.
Marcel Ruiz, 17, became the youngest Liga MX player to score this season in Queretaro's win over Pumas on Tuesday.
Chivas have the talent to reverse their slump but a combination of shoddy finishing and weakness under high balls has Matias Almeyda under pressure.
In the spirit of the whirlwind Liga MX season, we have quick and to-the-point rundowns of the 2017 campaign for all 18 teams.
Monterrey's easy win and Club America's gritty late victory keep them in the top two spots of Liga MX's Power Rankings after week five.
Monterrey remain top but America's unexpected rise to No.2 and Chivas' free fall are the major stories from Liga MX Power Rankings Week 4.
Atletico Madrid forward Fernando Torres could be on the verge of moving to Liga MX club Club Queretaro, according to sources consulted by ESPN Mexico.
As the regular season comes to a close and playoffs get underway, our Liga MX experts dish out their awards for best player and more. Have your say!
United States international midfielder Luis Gil has completed his loan to Orlando City from Mexico's Queretaro, the MLS club announced on Thursday.
The loan deal to bring Queretaro midfielder Luis Gil to MLS side Orlando City is nearing completion, multiple sources have told ESPN FC.
The goalkeeping position is one of the strongest in Liga MX, but who's the best of the bunch? Our experts make the case for four -- have your say!
After defeating Chivas in Copa MX final with the help of goalkeeper Tiago Volpi, Queretaro aspires to become a Liga MX powerhouse.
Queretaro goalkeeper Tiago Volpi was the hero as Gallos Blancos overcame Chivas Guadalajara on penalties Wednesday to lift the Copa MX.
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Xolos look to spoil Club America's centenario celebrations, while Chivas' travel to Puebla in Week 13 of Liga MX Apertura.
"On the third of December, I will be in Monterrey for a match with Cinco Estrellas. I hope you will be there for the big event," Ronaldinho said.
The Clasico Joven between Cruz Azul and Club America and key newcomers highlight Week 8 of Liga MX Apertura.