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By ESPN Staff

Liga MX: Five things to watch for ahead of Matchday 4

After winning the 2014 Apertura, America will look to keep their Clausura title hopes moving forward in a weekend match with Tigres.

One match easily stands out in Week 4 of the Liga MX 2015 Clausura: America vs Tigres. Just a little over one month ago, both clubs battled for the 2014 Apertura title. With America emerging victorious from the series, Tigres will be searching for redemption when the two squads face off Saturday.

Liga MX Five Things To Watch

1. America vs. Tigres

The Week 4 rematch of the championship series from last season between America and Tigres winds up being a replay for two major clubs who are in...

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...

Chivas and America living between reality and fantasy

The high-flying Club America that was promised to fans has yet to take off.
The high-flying Club America that was promised to fans has yet to take off.

LOS ANGELES -- It looks simple. Chivas is what it is, and America is what it hopes to be. One is finally accepting reality, the other is in fantasy land.

Some are saying or suggesting that Chivas has nothing, or almost nothing, to play for, while given the great expectations and investment, after three weeks America hasn't shown great form, either. The difference is that while Guadalajara seems to have found the right style of play to tackle the challenge posed by their place in the standings,...

Club America didn't look like defending champions in draw with Puebla

Club America could not find a way to break Puebla down in a goalless draw.

After a scoreless draw against Puebla, the good news for Club America is brief: The club didn't lose, and goalkeeper Moises Munoz kept a clean sheet. Otherwise, it was a disastrous outcome for the defending champions.

Puebla are in dire relegation danger, while Club America have won more titles than any other team in Liga MX history.

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That apparent mismatch wasn't too evident on the field, however. Sure, the Aguilas squad dominated possession and controlled the ball more than 60 percent of the...

America players must realize team belongs to Matosas, not Mohamed

Some Club America players like Pablo Aguilar have voiced their concern over new head coach Gustavo Matosas' attacking philosophy.
Some Club America players like Pablo Aguilar have voiced their concern over new head coach Gustavo Matosas' attacking philosophy.

It's too early to speak of a "short circuit," since the machinery -- if we continue in automotive and electronic terms -- has only been on for 180 minutes in the league. But it's still odd that there are opposing factions at America: one says they need to defend better and the other says the team's health and well-being depend solely on attacking better.

Attack or defend? Reigning Liga MX champions America are in the middle of the "desert" and the journey has hardly begun. It's quite a dilemma...

Puebla and Club America face off with competing Liga MX agendas

Club America coach Gustavo Matosas admitted inheriting a title-winning Club America has some built-in pressure.

Certain off-field agendas will be in play when Club America confront Puebla on Saturday, due to recent events. While Puebla's iconic player, Cuauhtemoc Blanco, is now running for public office, new Club America coach Gustavo Matosas was trying to win hearts and minds at his news conference on Thursday.

Damage control was necessary in the wake of Club America's first loss of the season, as the club were on the wrong end of a 1-0 scoreline with Tijuana. Matosas seemed up to the task while answering...