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MEXICAN LIGA BBVA BANCOMER

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
16 Lobos BUAP 3 2 7 11
17 Veracruz 2 3 7 9
18 Atlas 1 2 9 5
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Guardiola, Xavi laud Marquez's 'spectacular career'

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W2W4: Atlas could clinch vs. rival Chivas

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Tigres unlucky, Cruz Azul overrated in Liga MX based on expected goals metric

Tigres are currently ninth in the table but based on expected goals would be top of the table.
Tigres are currently ninth in the table but the expected goals model would have them first.

There are two outstanding statistics a neutral would immediately find when scouring the Liga MX 2018 Apertura table after seven rounds of matches of the season. And both involve the number zero.

The first is Cruz Azul's undefeated start to the season; the other is Atlas' inability to score even a single goal.

But, as a little bit of midseason entertainment, what if we used expected goals to work out the result of each of the 63 games so far in the Apertura? How would it change our outlook on...

Orbelin, Chivas heap more misery on Atlas with Clasico Tapatio win

Pineda's goal helped give Chivas a big clasico win over Atlas and kick-start their season.
Pineda's goal helped give Chivas a big clasico win over Atlas and kick-start their season.

GUADALALARA, Mexico -- Bob Marley's "Three Little Birds" rang out inside Estadio Jalisco less than 10 minutes after Chivas had defeated Atlas 1-0 in Friday's Clasico Tapatio.

"Don't worry about a thing, 'cause every little thing gonna be alright..."

It was a perplexing choice of song given that home side Atlas had just completed the first seven games of the Apertura without scoring a single goal and broken Queretaro's modern-day record of going 548 consecutive minutes without netting in Liga...

Atlas, Chivas want to get seasons on track in Clasico Tapatio

The Clasico Tapatio -- Mexico's oldest clasico -- between Atlas and Chivas headlines round six of matches in the 2018 Apertura regular season, with both Guadalajara teams in need of points on Friday. Here's what to look out for:

Can Atlas break their scoring drought?

Chivas fans chant about Atlas only having one league trophy -- that of the 1951 championship -- in their cabinet, but this time around Guadalajara's Rojinegros are the brunt of Liga MX jokes for a different reason: Atlas have yet...

 By Tom Marshall

Rafa Marquez: Atlas DNA similar to that of Barcelona

ESPN's John Sutcliffe sits down with Rafa Marquez to reflect on his first four World Cups and opens up on the U.S. Treasury investigation.

New Atlas sporting president Rafa Marquez wants his club to follow the Barcelona model.

Marquez was formally presented in his new position at his first club Atlas on Tuesday, just weeks after the 39-year-old captained Mexico at his fifth World Cup.

"I'm thankful for the trust placed in me," said Marquez in a news conference. "I'm starting a new stage with the team in which I took my first steps [as a pro] and in which I finished my career.

"It's a team I love and there is a lot of responsibility.

"We'll...

Pep Guardiola, Xavi Hernandez congratulate Rafa Marquez on 'spectacular career'

ESPN's John Sutcliffe sits down with Rafa Marquez to reflect on his first four World Cups and opens up on the U.S. Treasury investigation.
Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez reflect on Rafael Marquez's contributions to El Tri and how he might fit into Juan Carlos Osorio's World Cup plan.

Former Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola and midfielder Xavi Hernandez have lauded Mexican defender Rafa Marquez's career, after the 39-year-old confirmed his retirement in a thank-you letter on Saturday.

Marquez featured for Mexico at the World Cup, but had already retired for club side Atlas and made it known that Russia 2018 would be the end of his career.

Marquez wrote that he felt "very satisfied" with his 22-year career and highlighted that the happy times outweigh the more negative episodes.

"I...