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 By Tom Marshall

Liga MX Clausura Power Rankings Week 2 -- Veracruz on the move

Veracruz followed up their Week 1 win with a 3-1 home victory vs. Puebla.

It hasn't been often over the past few years that Chivas Guadalajara have enjoyed a better weekend than their bitter Mexico City rival Club America, but this one just past was that most rare of occasions.

Chivas turned it on in front of a sold-out Estadio Omnilife to overcome Pumas 2-1 and secure a vital three points in the relegation battle, while Club America lost 1-0 away to Club Tijuana in the Estadio Caliente.

Elsewhere, it has been a worrying start for Pachuca, Santos Laguna and Leon, with...

Why relegation candidate Veracruz will be the surprise of the Clausura

Two games into the Clausura season, relegation candidate Veracruz surprisingly sit atop the table.

I'm about to make a bold statement. Veracruz will not only avoid relegation but will make it into the Liguilla playoffs during the 2015 Clausura.

That's right. The same club that could score only eight goals in the 17 games of the Apertura will finish in the top eight of Liga MX.

Considering their recent history, such a league position would be a surprise.

Before this year's Clausura had started, Veracruz were expected to be one of the worst teams in Liga MX. After winning only six games in...

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Watford hand Mexico's Miguel Layun 4½-year deal

Mexico international Miguel Layun finalised a permanent deal with Watford.

Mexico international Miguel Layun finalised a permanent deal with Watford, the English Championship club confirmed on Friday

The club said the 26-year-old arrived at Watford via Granada, with whom Layun reportedly signed a five-year deal effective this month.

 By Tom Marshall

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 serious...