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 By Tom Marshall

Tensions mount as Chivas travel to Club America for the Clasico Nacional

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Rubens Sambueza will be available for Club America's clash against Chivas after his red card was rescinded.

Liga MX W2W4: Chivas travel to Club America for the Clasico Nacional

Week 7 of matches in the Liga MX's Apertura 2016 brings us the most highly-anticipated game of the regular season, but it isn't the only big topic this weekend in Mexico.

Here's what to look out for:

Chivas ready for America challenge

Mexico's two best-supported and most successful teams meet in the home of Mexican football, the Estadio Azteca, on Saturday night (10 p.m. ET) in the country's Super Clasico.

The last time the teams...

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Liga MX Talking Points: What is the most important rivalry in Liga MX?

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Club America meets Chivas on Saturday in Week 7 of the Liga MX Apertura.

Last week, we asked our Liga MX bloggers Tom Marshall, Nayib Moran and Cesar Hernandez how Jose Manuel "Chepo" de la Torre will fare with struggling, winless Santos Laguna. In this edition of Liga MX Talking Points, we asked the crew what they believe to be the biggest rivalries in the league following last weekend's Clasico Tapatio and looking ahead to the big Clasico Nacional between Club America and Chivas on Saturday.

Clasico Nacional: Club America vs. Chivas

The shadow of the...

 By Nayib Moran

Chivas, Club America suffer big losses as Medina shines for Pachuca

MEXICO CITY -- Tigres, Morelia, Chiapas and Atlas achieved their first wins of the 2016 Apertura, while Cruz Azul, Necaxa, Leon, Monterrey, Santos Laguna and Toluca have yet to taste victory.

This week will be remembered for weeks to come because Chivas and Club America both suffered thumping defeats.

Here are five lessons from Liga MX's Week 3:

1. Chivas' future has all of a sudden turned blurry

After last season's turnaround which included wins against Monterrey, Pumas, Santos and Puebla, there...

 By Nayib Moran

Tigres' attacking trio cruises past Club America in growing Liga MX rivalry

Andre-Pierre Gignac scored his first goal of the 2016 Apertura against Club America.

MEXICO CITY -- On Saturday, Club America's perfect start to the Apertura came to an end as it suffered its third consecutive league loss against Tigres, a resounding 3-0 defeat at Estadio Azteca. It's the first time the Mexico City side has failed to win in three straight Liga MX matches against the Monterrey giants and adds yet another element to a budding Mexican football rivalry.

America players were already aware of the difficulties that come with facing the likes of Andre-Pierre Gignac, Ismael...

 By Nayib Moran

Oribe Peralta's hat trick lifts Club America to No. 2 in Power Rankings

ESPN FC's Ernaldo Moritz and Tom Marshall discuss the importance of Chivas' crucial win over Monterrey.
ESPN FC's Leon Lecanda breaks down Club America's 3-1 win over Toluca.

Week 2 of the 2016 Apertura has come and gone and Pachuca remains in the top spot of our Liga MX Power Rankings. With the Olympics fast approaching, will the team be able to handle the absences of Rodolfo Pizarro, Erick Gutierrez and Hirving Lozano, among others? Only time will tell.

1. PACHUCA (no change):
Pachuca has started the season in style, but Pizarro, Gutierrez and Lozano will be sorely missed. These under-23 stars form the most dangerous attacking trio in Liga MX; they could have played...

 By Nayib Moran

America, Pachuca start strong in Liga MX; Monterrey, Tigres playing catch-up

ESPN FC's Leon Lecanda breaks down Club America's 3-1 win over Toluca.

MEXICO CITY -- Liga MX's first two rounds of the 2016 Apertura have included a noticeable drop in number of goals scored. Clubs like Necaxa, Cruz Azul, Tigres, Chiapas and Santos Laguna have yet to score their first goal of the new season.

At the same time teams such as America and Pachuca have maintained and built upon their excellent 2016 Clausura forms. Also, clubs like Queretaro and Puebla have shown worthwhile improvements and look to go far in the Apertura.

Here are five lessons learned from...