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 By Nayib Moran

Tigres in trouble after Clasico Regio loss, Santos ends America's hot streak

Herculez Gomez reacts to Tijuana's dramatic win over Toluca, as two points separate the sides atop the Liga MX table.

MEXICO CITY -- Here are five storylines from an exciting Week 15 of the 2017 Clausura, which saw Monterrey celebrate a Clasico Regio victory over Tigres, while Club America and Chivas suffered defeats.

1. Montes' third Clasico Regio goal puts Tigres' playoff hopes in danger

Twenty-year-old center-back Cesar Montes has scored five Liga MX goals in his young career to date and three of them have come against Tigres in the Clasico Regio. To put those numbers into perspective, Andre-Pierre Gignac has...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Who is more likely to win the 2017 Clausura title: Chivas or America?

Only one point separates fifth-placed Club America from third-placed Chivas. Who has a better shot at taking the title?

Fresh off their Copa MX victory, Chivas sit in third place in the Liga MX table on 25 points with three matches left in the regular season. But don't sleep on Club America, which is just one point back (24) in fifth position. As the Liguilla looms ever closer, who is more likely to walk away with the league title? Our experts Tom Marshall, Nayib Moran and Cesar Hernandez have their say and lay out what you can't miss in Week 15 of the 2017 Clausura.

Who is more likely to win the 2017 Clausura?

Chivas

After Wednesday's Copa MX title win it...

 By Tom Marshall

Tigres, America charge toward playoffs as relegation race opens up in Liga MX

Jurgen Damm is flying and Tigres are coming together right before the business end of the 2017 Clausura. Watch out.

Toluca held on to top spot and Club Tijuana moved into second as the race for the playoff places tightened up in Week 14 of the 2017 Clausura.

Here's what we learned from the most recent round of matches, with only three games for each team remaining in the regular season.

1. Tigres' form ominous for the rest of Liga MX

There was a video doing the internet rounds earlier in the week of Tigres goalkeeper Nahuel Guzman giving a pep talk to teammates ahead of the game against Chivas on Tuesday.

"This...

 By Nayib Moran

Fierro caps thrilling Chivas comeback in 93rd minute; America, Tijuana draw

Carlos Fierro
Carlos Fierro's 93rd-minute winner capped a tremendous three-goal comeback for Chivas against Puebla on Saturday.

MEXICO CITY -- As we head into a busy period in Liga MX, which includes a marathon double gameweek from Tuesday until Sunday due to the rescheduling of Week 10 matches, some clubs are gaining significant momentum, like Santos Laguna and Atlas, while others, like Pumas and Queretaro, are falling behind.

But before we get there, here are five storylines from Week 13:

1. Fierro takes the spotlight in Chivas' comeback win over Puebla

Carlos Fierro's winning goal will be replayed all over the world....

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Miguel Herrera vs. Ricardo La Volpe: What can 'Piojo' offer Club America?

Miguel Herrera (left) is suspended for his Club Tijuana's meeting with Ricardo La Volpe (right) and Club America.

Miguel Herrera will not be on the sidelines when Club Tijuana hosts Club America due to a five-match suspension, but rumors of his eventual return to Las Aguilas have been prevalent over the past few weeks. What would he bring to the capital club that Ricardo La Volpe is missing? And what's next for Paco Jemez following Cruz Azul's disappointing Copa MX semifinal loss to Morelia?

Our experts Tom Marshall, Nayib Moran and Cesar Hernandez have their takes in our Liga MX Talking Points and lay out...

 By Nayib Moran

Club America is developing Mexico's own Christian Pulisic in Diego Lainez

Club America's 16-year-old prodigy Diego Lainez has a bright future that could soon land him in Europe.

It has taken only 102 Liga MX minutes, but that has been enough to generate a rush of curiosity that runs through the entire country. Diego Lainez's emergence in the Club America squad has lightened up the spirits in camp and in Week 12, Las Aguilas are zeroing in on a playoff spot after a 2017 Clausura start that included back-to-back losses. By the way, Lainez is only 16 years old; he'll turn 17 in June.

The crowd at Estadio Olimpico Universitario was surprised when they saw an America player,...