Tottenham Hotspur
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AC Milan
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VfB Stuttgart
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PSV Eindhoven
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Cerro Porteño
Independiente Medellín
12:00 AM UTC Oct 26, 2016
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8 León 6 3 5 21
9 UNAM 6 2 6 20
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Hernandez: 10 key Liga MX moves

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Five players to watch in the semis

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Key questions about Clausura 2016 Liguilla

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 By Tom Marshall

Ten key Apertura questions answered: Monterrey's poor form and lively Leon

One Nacion's Tom Marshall and Ernaldo Moritz break down Atlas' 3-1 victory over Monterrey.

With 11 rounds of matches gone in the Apertura regular season, the Liga MX table is shaping up. Storylines abound surrounding the playoff race, and the league standings tells you roughly how each side is doing as of now.

What they fail to give you is the complete picture, getting under the skin of what has gone on in the Mexican league so far this season. In an effort to dig a little deeper, here's a look at 10 key questions from the Liga MX Apertura using ESPN's TruMedia statistics to provide the...

 By Nayib Moran

Monterrey tops Liga MX Power Rankings ahead of Apertura 2016

Carlos Sanchez
Carlos Sanchez and Monterrey are top candidates to win the Apertura 2016.

With just two days left before the start of the Liga MX Apertura 2016, here are our Liga MX Power Rankings entering the new campaign.

1. MONTERREY: The 2010 Apertura was the the last time Monterrey lifted the Liga MX title. Since then, Los Rayados have gone on to become one of the most advanced clubs in Mexico -- opening the impeccable Estadio BBVA Bancomer in August 2015 and consistently bringing in top talent. Edwin Cardona, Dorlan Pabon and Carlos Sanchez are still around, securing La...

10 key Liga MX transfers you might have missed

ESPN FC's Tom Marshall and John Sutcliffe discuss Juan Carlos Osorio's plans to stay on as Mexico head coach and Alejandro Zendejas' reported move to Chivas.

With the Copa America Centenario and Euro 2016 taking up plenty of attention during the summer, it was fairly easy to miss the more important and noteworthy Liga MX news items. In case you haven't had a chance to catch up before the start of the 2016 Apertura, here is a round-up of 10 substantial transfers and movements that you might have missed during the offseason.

1. Ismael Sosa to Tigres

Former Pumas man Sosa has wasted no time with Tigres. During last Sunday's 1-0 Campeon de Campeones...