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 By Tom Marshall

Chivas edge Toluca, Tigres down Tijuana to book Liga MX final spots

The Mexican Clausura final will provide no surprises, says Herculez Gomez, who adds that Tigres will breeze to the title.
Herculez Gomez joins the Nacion ESPN crew to answer some of football's burning questions and see whether or not fans agree.
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Edwin Hernandez and Oswaldo Alanis celebrate after Nestor Calderon's goal sent Chivas 1-0 up against Tolcua.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- All-Mexican team Chivas will face reigning Liga MX champion Tigres in its first league final in just over 10 years, following Sunday's 1-1 draw against Toluca on Sunday.

The semifinal series finished 2-2 after 180 minutes, but Chivas went through to the 2017 Clausura final due to their higher standing in the regular season.

Tigres defeated...

 By Tom Marshall

Tigres rolls Tijuana in Clausura semis; Toluca level late for draw with Chivas

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Lucas Zelarayan celebrates after opening the scoring for Tigres against Tijuana.

Tigres made it five consecutive wins -- with 16 goals scored and two conceded over those matches -- and took a giant step toward the Liga MX final in Estadio Universitario with a 2-0 win against top-seed Club Tijuana.

Lucas Zelarayan flicked the ball up, turned and finished to put Tigres up in the 42nd minute, with Javier Aquino sliding the ball into the bottom corner of the goal right before half-time for the second of the night after some sloppy defense by Tijuana.

 By Tom Marshall

Tigres, Gignac beat Monterrey to roll into Clausura playoff semifinals

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Nahuel Guzman and Guido Pizarro of Tigres celebrate after advancing to the semifinals of the Clausura playoffs.

Andre-Pierre Gignac continued his fine form on Saturday, netting both goals in Tigres' 2-0 victory over city rival Monterrey to send Tigres through to the semifinals of the 2017 Clausura with a 6-1 aggregate win.

Gignac scored from a direct free kick in first-half injury time and finished in the 68th minute to make it 2-0. The goals take the France international to 10 over his last seven Liga MX matches.

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 By Tom Marshall

Bans of Toluca's Enrique Triverio and America's Pablo Aguilar slashed

Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez react to Enrique Triverio and Pablo Aguilar's one-year suspensions being overturned.
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno shares his thoughts on the two, one-year bans that brought the Liga MX referee strike to an end.

Toluca's Enrique Triverio and Club America's Pablo Aguilar will not have to see out one-year bans for aggression towards referees, after the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) reinstated the original punishments on Tuesday.

Triverio's initial ban of eight matches and Aguilar's for 10, handed out by Mexican federation, sparked outrage at the Mexican referees' association, which went on strike on March 10 to protest the decision, causing round 10 of matches in the 2017 Clausura to be postponed.

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One-year bans to Triverio and Aguilar lead to end of Liga MX referees' strike

Herculez Gomez explains the reasoning behind the referee strike that led to the postponement of Round 10 in Liga MX.

Toluca's Enrique Triverio and Club America's Pablo Aguilar have been given one-year bans by the Mexico Football Federation (FMF) for aggressive incidents during Copa MX matches on Wednesday.

The decision was handed down Monday after the Liga MX referees' association (AMA) went on strike to force the cancellation of Liga MX and Copa MX Round 10 matches this past weekend.

The AMA issued a statement soon afterward saying it was satisfied with the players' punishments and would return to work immediately.