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Hernandez: Five matches to watch

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Whittaker: Stoke positive in loss

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Faitelson: Pressure on Club America

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Five matches to watch this weekend in Liga MX

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Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti's Tigres are next up to face Ronaldinho's Queretaro.

With only a four point difference between sixth and 13th place, the Liga MX Apertura appears to be destined for a dramatic finish. There are only three games left in the regular season -- except for Chivas and Monterrey -- and it will be truly intriguing to see how the Apertura table ends in late November.

As for this weekend, there is an abundance of fantastic matches, but I have focused on a few of my favorites.

Here are my five "must-watch games" for Week 15 in Liga MX.

1. Club Tijuana-Toluca

Los...

about an hour ago

Positives to take from expansive Stoke's loss to Southampton

Stoke City manager Mark Hughes reacts to his team's 1-0 loss to red-hot Southampton at St. Mary's Stadium.

Football widows the world over will be familiar with the post-match reaction of their loved ones' following a defeat: the disappointment, anger and inability to enjoy anything for an unspecified period -- usually the remainder of that day, if not beyond.

Sometimes, though, that trend is overcome by a positive reaction -- and that's exactly what should happen following Stoke's 3-2 loss to Southampton on Wednesday. The Saints are without doubt the best side Stoke have seen this term; their movement...

about an hour ago

Club America feeling plenty of pressure ahead of Chivas clash

Antonio Mohamed's Club America head into Saturday's <i>clasico nacional</i> with Chivas with some doubts following Friday's final-minute defeat at Queretaro.
Antonio Mohamed's Club America head into Saturday's clasico nacional with Chivas with some doubts following Friday's final-minute defeat at Queretaro.

For an América team at the top of the table and a Chivas team deep in crisis, clásico nacional week passes by just like it always does: smiles, player statements full of confidence and certainty and a serious look on the face of coaches, but I wouldn't be so sure about how the pressure is divvied up between the two teams in this traditional match.

Although Chivas is under pressure and in a compromising situation due to the threat of relegation (only two wins throughout the season),...

2 hours ago

Leighton Baines' astounding offensive exploits have been overlooked

Roberto Martinez hails Everton's patience and composure in their 3-1 defeat of Burnley.

When it comes to streaks in football very few tend to be overlooked nowadays, be it from a team or individual's perspective.

The two that perhaps stand out in the Premier League right now involve goal-scoring exploits. West Ham's Diafra Sakho has scored in each of his six league starts this season while Aston Villa, as a collective, have failed to score in five. Elsewhere in Europe see Cristiano Ronaldo, who now scores in every game that he plays.

It's goal-scoring, or a lack thereof in the case...

 By Mark Lovell
2 hours ago

Weakened Dortmund still a threat to Bayern Munich

Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola was pleased with his side's progress to the last eight of the German Cup.

Let's clear one thing up before getting started. Bayern Munich versus Borussia Dortmund; yes, it is a big game, but it is far from "Der Klassiker." At the risk of showing my age, please keep this term reserved for the original Bayern vs. Borussia Monchengladbach in the 1970s. Alternatively, even Hamburg. Yes, Hamburg (HSV) were rather good at one time, especially with Kevin Keegan in their ranks. Bayern versus Dortmund is more the "modern-day Klassiker," as the rivalry is still relatively fresh...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff
3 hours ago

Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez lays down roots in Madrid

El diario El Mundo reveló la nueva residencia del mexicano en Madrid
On-loan striker Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez is renting this exclusive home in Madrid.

To prove his case that he will be more than a supersub for Real Madrid, striker Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez, on a season-long loan from Manchester United, has laid down roots in Madrid's pricey Alcobedas district, renting a four-bedroom home worth a reported 7,000 euros ($9,000) per month in the exclusive area known as La Moraleja.

The 500-square-meter home includes a gym, sauna,...