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50-50 Challenge: Chivas vs. Club America

50-50 Challenge
 By Tom Marshall

Tigres march into Liga MX top spot after crucial Chivas victory

Goals from Enrique Esqueda, left, and Gerardo Lugo helped Tigres move to the top of the Liga MX Clausura.

Tigres leap-frogged Chivas and improved to first place in the Liga MX Clausura 2015 tournament, following Saturday's 2-1 victory over Guadalajara in the penultimate round of matches in the regular season.

Tigres strolled into the lead with first half goals from Enrique Esqueda and Gerardo Lugo, before Chivas came into the game in the second half and snatched a goal back through Jorge Enriquez.

Here are three rapid takes from the game in the Estadio Universitario:

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Tigres' show of strength

The new...

 By Tom Marshall

Chivas look to lock down Clausura playoff spot against Tigres

With distractions everywhere at Chivas, manager Jose Manuel de la Torre has still managed to get the team on the brink of a sure spot in the playoffs and possibly first place.

It's first versus third in the Liga MX on Saturday as Chivas travel to play Tigres at Estadio Universitario in the penultimate round of regular season matches of the Clausura 2015.

Tigres go into the game following a long trip to Bolivia midweek, where they defeated Universitario de Sucre 2-1 in the Copa Libertadores Round of 16 first leg, while Chivas have had ownership issues dominating the headlines and disrupting their preparation.

Here's a look at three storylines heading into a match...

 By Tom Marshall

Ferretti's Tigres becoming Liga MX contenders, Pachuca facing relegation

Ricardo Ferretti and Tigres got a crucial to lift the club to second in Liga MX.

The Clasico Nacional took most the headlines and attention in round 15 of matches in the Liga MX, but Tigres and Atlas both picked up vital wins, while Puebla and Leones are almost neck-and-neck in the relegation race.

Here's the good, not so good and the ugly from this past weekend:

"Tuca" and Boy win the plaudits

If you had to pick a comedy duo featuring any two coaches in the Liga MX, it would undoubtedly be Tigres' Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti and Atlas' Tomas Boy. Both regularly entertain in press...

'Chepo' de la Torre erasing doubts at helm of Chivas' dramatic turnaround

Chepo de la Torre took over Chivas late in 2014, and the Guadalajara club have gone from relegation contenders to Clausura league leaders.

It's hard for me to admit that Jose Manuel "Chepo" de la Torre has been making the right choices at Chivas. To this day, I can't help but think of the manager when he was in charge of the Mexican national team a few years ago. At first, that wasn't so bad.

El Tri enjoyed two beautiful years in 2011 and 2012. During the summer of 2011, "Chepo" led the national team through a perfect Gold Cup tournament in the United States. They went undefeated in the competition and eventually lifted the trophy...

Five key players to watch in Liga MX's Super Clasico

Veteran Club America goalkeeper Moises Munoz will be tasked with putting the clamps on the Chivas attack.
Veteran Club America goalkeeper Moises Munoz will be tasked with putting the clamps on the Chivas attack.

El Super Clasico, El Clasico Nacional, or El Clasico de Clasicos.

Call it what you want, but Sunday's game between Chivas and America is incomparable when it comes to derbies in the Liga MX.

America has easily been the better team during the past few years, but Chivas' recent results during the past couple of months has made the Guadalajara club one of the best squads this season. With club pride and vital points on the line before the Liguilla, there should be no lack of drama and excitement...

 By Tom Marshall

Chivas resurgence has given them confidence ahead of Super Clasico

Defender Miguel Ponce revealed that Chivas have a clear game plan in mind for Sunday's crucial game.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- For the first time in its history, Club America goes into a Super Clasico with more Liga MX titles (12) in the bank than its Guadalajara rival Chivas (11).

That should be a reason for Las Aguilas to come into the Estadio Omnilife (Chivas' home stadium) on Sunday with a cocky swagger, especially the way things have gone in recent years for both teams: America has reached three of the last four Liga MX finals, while Chivas have finished those seasons in 17th, 16th, 15th...