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5 matches to watch in Liga MX Week 5

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 Posted by Tom Marshall
3 days ago

Crunch test for Chivas vs. Cruz Azul

Omar Bravo and Chivas are desperate to solve their scoring woes.
Omar Bravo and Chivas are desperate to solve their scoring woes.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Lose against Cruz Azul on Sunday and Chivas could potentially finish the weekend in last place in the relegation table. A win and they would be put firmly in the 2014 Apertura playoff race.

The match in the Estadio Omnilife has that kind of pivotal feel to it.

Yes, only three points are at stake, but Guadalajara has had a relatively decent week and need to capitalize.

- Hernandez: Five Liga MX matches to watch
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- Canales: Liga MX Best XI: Sa...

 Posted by Cesar Hernandez
3 days ago

Five Liga MX matches to watch

Pachuca will look to avenge their Clausura final defeat when they face Leon this weekend.
Pachuca will look to avenge their Clausura final defeat when they face Leon this weekend.

Now that the midweek Copa MX and CONCACAF Champions League fun has ended for various Liga MX teams, they can turn their attention to the seventh week of the Apertura.

Only one squad, Club America, has emerged without a single loss so far this season. Morelia, on the other hand, is the only team left without a win, which is strange to think about when one considers the fact that America narrowly beat Morelia in the Estadio Azteca a few weeks ago.

- Faitelson: Liga MX matches are boring
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 Posted by Tom Marshall
Aug 23, 2014

Sorry Chivas scoreless again

Angel Reyna was unable to inspire Chivas to a much needed victory.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- You can imagine Chivas Guadalajara fans everywhere screaming at the TV during the team's 0-0 away tie against relegation rivals Veracruz on Saturday.

"Just stick the ball in the back of the net!" would be the essence of the cries.

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Once again, the team failed to do just that. It is now 274 minutes since Chivas scored in a Liga MX game and the team's only two goals this Apertura 2014 have come from direct free kicks by Fernando Arce.

Not putting chances away has become a s...

 Posted by Tom Marshall
Aug 21, 2014

Chivas not concerned with relegation

Under-pressure Carlos Bustos needs to change Chivas Guadalajara's fortunes quickly, or he'll join a growing number of fired coaches from the side.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Catching Club America, winning the championship and righting the wrongs of the Johan Cruyff era.

Those are the concerns and realistic goals of Chivas at present, according to owner Jorge Vergara; not the relegation battle and not the fact that only a little more than 3,000 fans turned up for Wednesday's 2-1 Copa MX victory over a Zacatepec 'B' team in the Estadio Omnilife.

"We are a long way from thinking about relegation, we think about the championship," Vergara defiant...

 Posted by David Faitelson
Aug 19, 2014

Chivas, Pumas and Cruz Azul against the wall

Puebla FC and U.A.N.L Tigres shared the spoils in a nervy match, which finished 1-1.

LOS ANGELES -- To the deep footballing crisis of Chivas, Pumas and Cruz Azul, you have to add another inevitable factor: that its fierce sporting rival, América, has started the tournament perfectly.

Some say that it is the lack of goals. Others say that it is a matter of character and dedication and there are those that admit point-blank that it is a matter of quality. Everybody has a point of view, but in the end nobody has the precision to say how Chivas, Pumas and Cruz Azul can leave behi...

 Posted by Tom Marshall
Aug 17, 2014

Chivas lose again, relegation looms

The Chivas team huddle prior to their match against Santos Laguna.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Chivas announced a commercial alliance with Mercedes-Benz ahead of kickoff on Sunday in the Estadio Omnilife, but it was the finely-tuned engine of Santos Laguna's Darwin Quintero that made the difference on the field.

As Chivas' forwards spluttered and misfired once again, the Colombian ran almost the full length of the field in a swift counter from a Chivas corner two minutes from the end of the game. Quintero slalomed past the last Chivas defender, Jesus Sanchez, round...