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Guadalajara

 By Tom Marshall

Chivas and Santos Laguna are set for a tight defensive match

Jose Manuel de la Torre's Chivas are one win away from reaching the 2015 Liga MX Clausura final.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- The sight of the world-class, yet often empty Estadio Omnilife over the last few years seemed to epitomize the state of the whole Chivas institution back before the Clausura 2015, when the club was sliding down the slippery slope towards relegation.

There was an illusion of grandeur on the outside, but inside was a rotten core. The idea of Chivas being a genuinely big club was latent, but without local fans buying into it and actually attending games in the stadium, it...

 By Tom Marshall

Santos stand firm at home against Chivas to set up enticing second leg

Jorge Tavares, right, of Santos battles with Jair Pereira of Guadalajara during their Liga MX Clausura semifinal first leg.

TORREON, Mexico -- There was a small dust storm and some thunder and lightning in the air, but no goals on Thursday as Santos Laguna tied 0-0 with Chivas in the Liga MX Clausura 2015 semifinal first leg.

Santos Laguna had the better of the play and chances, but the result leaves everything to play for on Sunday in Guadalajara in the Estadio Omnilife, especially with away goals counting.

Here are three quick takeaways from the match.

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Fabian fails to exert influence

Perhaps too much was expected...

 By Tom Marshall

Chivas will need to pass a tough test vs. Santos to make the Clausura final

De La Torre has Chivas firing on all cylinders and enjoying playing football.

TORREON, Mexico -- Santos Laguna coach Pedro Caixinha colorfully portrayed his side as the "ugly duckling" leading into Thursday's Clausura 2015 semifinal first leg against Chivas at the Estadio Corona.

Few are predicting Los Guerreros can get past Chivas, reach the final and win the Clausura, even though they had arguably the most difficult quarterfinal against Tigres, the regular-season first-place finisher.

"Ugly ducking is an expression that we use because I believe that, from that moment [before...

Marchesin's goalkeeping magic leading Santos in Liguilla

Brazilian star Ronaldinho launches a counterattack with this extraordinary piece of skill in Queretaro's 2-2 Liga MX Torneo Clausura quarterfinal against Veracruz.

With the top four seeds now gone from the postseason, the race for the 2015 Clausura title is now truly up for grabs for the four remaining clubs in the competition.

Without a few key players, it will be interesting to see how Pachuca or Queretaro will adjust when Los Tuzos host Los Gallos Blancos during the first leg at the Estadio Hidalgo on Thursday.

Later on that night in Torreon, a confident Santos Laguna will host a Chivas side that is fresh off a 4-1 thrashing of Atlas on Sunday. Considering...

 By Tom Marshall

Fabian career back on track in time for Chivas Liga MX title surge

Marco Fabian has endured a tough road, but looks back to his best.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- The erratic career of Marco Fabian appears to be finally gaining some stability and, with Chivas in the semifinal of the Liga MX Clausura and the Copa America coming up next month for Mexico, the timing couldn't be better.

Now 25 and approaching his prime, it has been a long, winding and often-bumpy road for a player whose ceiling in terms of natural ability is arguably higher than any other Mexican currently in the Liga MX.

Following Fabian's first half hat trick and mesmerizing...

 By Tom Marshall

Liga MX Clausura 2015 semifinals truly up for grabs

There was samba dancing in the heart of Mexico after Ronaldinho collected a late brace in Queretaro's shock 4-0 win at the Azteca.
Can Ronaldinho and Queretaro dance their way to the Clausura final?

A quick gander over the four Clausura 2015 semifinalists leaves you scratching your head as to how or why such a mixed group made it this far.

Already out of the reckoning is favorite and reigning champion Club America, last season's runner-up Tigres, the stacked Cruz Azul, a strong Monterrey, usual Liguilla suspects Toluca and the ever-improving Atlas.

In their place in the final four is Santos Laguna, a team in transition; Chivas, a side whose priority was avoiding relegation; Queretaro, who is...