The Clausura Liguilla kicked off with two wins and two draws for the lower seeds, who hosted the first legs of the quarterfinals.
Every squad still has a fighting chance, and some favorites are in danger of upset. Now each have just 90 more minutes to make a case for themselves for a spot at the semifinals of the Liguilla.
Here are five things to watch for this weekend.
1. America pushing for another comeback at the Azteca
Pachuca might have the 3-2 win in hand against America, but Las Aguilas will...
The run to the Liga MX championship is here, with eight teams battling it out for the Clausura 2015. Here's what to look out for in each quarterfinal series.
Tigres (1st in regular season) vs. Santos Laguna (8th)
This is a match of contrasts and not just because it pits first against eighth.
Tigres are the team that has dominated the ball more than any other this season. The Copa Libertadores quarterfinalists have completed more passes, had more possession and achieved the highest pass-completion...
There was a total of 31 times that the 18 teams scored over the weekend. Most noticeably, the games between Leon vs Queretaro and Club Tijuana vs Monterrey had an astonishing total of 16 goals.
With only two draws and little lack of excitement from the weekend, let's check out the recent updated Power Rankings for the Liga MX.
1. Veracruz (no change)
Despite the 3-1 loss to Tigres on Saturday, Veracruz is still No. 1 in the rankings. The recent lack of wins for first-place Club Tijuana and a near-defeat...
Last weekend, Club Tijuana proved that Los Xolos are still the team to beat in the Liga MX, while Chivas may have proved that Los Rojiblancos should continue to deserve a spot in the league.
Over in Morelia, La Monarquia helped Leones Negros continue its rapid ascension at the same time that Puebla has started to stumble in the relegation race.
Here are the updated power rankings for the 2015 Liga MX Clausura:
1. Club Tijuana (no change)
Before the start of the Club Tijuana vs Veracruz match, Los...