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 By Tom Marshall

Liga MX as unpredictable as ever at midway point; Americans flying high

After their loss against Club America, Ciro Procuna details the fall of Cruz Azul, who are now on the brink of relegation.
Herculez Gomez praises Oribe Peralta's ability to thrive under pressure in Club America's win over rival Cruz Azul.

We're on the brink of the midway point of the Liga MX 2017 Clausura regular season and it's time to make some conclusions about what we've seen so far.

Liga MX as unpredictable as ever

Chivas cruising 2-0 up at half-time against relegation-threatened Chiapas and then crashing to a 4-3 loss last Sunday has, in many ways, summed up the whole Clausura to date. It's been almost entirely unpredictable.

The league table right now looks a little like somebody has picked balls out of a pot and slotted them...

Mexico Hot List: Oribe Peralta is back, Alejandro Palacios struggles in goal

Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez discusses his transfer prospects, his time at Real Madrid and talks about life at Leverkusen.

It's now or never for fringe and backup options for the Mexican national team.

With World Cup qualifiers set against Costa Rica and Trinidad and Tobago at the end of March, many aspiring members of El Tri's roster now have only a couple of weeks left to impress manager Juan Carlos Osorio.

Keeping that in mind, let's take a look at some of the recent best and worst performances from Mexicans at home and abroad:

Warming Up

Oribe Peralta, FW, Club America (Mexico)

Why he's here: Peralta...

 By Nayib Moran

Cruz Azul disaster continues as team plummets in Liga MX Power Rankings

Herculez Gomez praises Oribe Peralta's ability to thrive under pressure in Club America's win over rival Cruz Azul.

Chiapas' 4-3 victory over Chivas headlines Week 8, while Cruz Azul and Leon continue their falls in the 2017 Clausura. Here are our Power Rankings after another unpredictable round of matches:

1. TOLUCA (no change):
So far in the new season, Toluca has two defeats and both have come at Estadio Nemesio Diez. What's strange is that the losses were against Puebla (3-1) and Chiapas (1-0). Nevertheless, Los Diablos Rojos head into the second half of the regular season on a high note.

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico's Ronaldo in prime form ahead of U.S. clash in U20 Championship

Ronaldo Cisneros has been the star of the CONCACAF U20 Championship so far, notching five goals in three group games.

When the Cisneros family was set to name their newborn son in early 1997, they decided to induce fate. The name the father came up with was none other than Ronaldo, inspired by the Brazil international striking phenomenon.

Fast-forward a little over 20 years later and the gamble has paid off. It turns out that Ronaldo Cisneros is pretty good. In fact, he is one of Mexico's best young talents, and the No. 9 will be leading the attack for El Tri's under-20s against the archrival United States...

 By Nayib Moran

Chiapas rallies to beat Chivas; America hands Cruz Azul Clasico Joven setback

Herculez Gomez praises Oribe Peralta's ability to thrive under pressure in Club America's win over rival Cruz Azul.

MEXICO CITY -- Morelia drew 1-1 against Tigres at El Volcan, while Puebla got a 3-1 win over Toluca at Estadio Nemesio Diez, a place the team hadn't won in 20 years. To end the week, Chiapas stormed back from a 2-0 deficit to beat Chivas 4-3. With all of these matches headlining a crazy Week 8, we begin with Mexico City's Clasico Joven:

1. Jemez tenure at Cruz Azul hitting roadblocks

After four league defeats, the most recent in this weekend's Clasico Joven, Paco Jemez is running out of ways to...

 By Eric Gomez

Why are there so few Mexican strikers thriving in Liga MX?

FC's Herculez Gomez recaps the Clasico Nacional between Chivas and Club America, and why Ricardo La Volpe's time is up.
The FC crew reacts to the violence at the Tigres v Veracruz match, and the issue it raises for security around the league.

The Mexican goalscorer, in his natural habitat, is in danger of dying out. While the country's soccer program has been increasingly adept at exporting its best attacking players to top European leagues and beyond, there are few footballers ready to take up the mantle in Liga MX.

In 2016, just three Mexican players scored more than 10 times in the domestic league, not including postseason matches. Club America's Oribe Peralta and Pachuca's Hirving Lozano -- the latter not even an outright forward...