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Carlos Pena faces former club Leon

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 By Nayib Moran

Carlos Pena meets ex-club as Matias Almeyda aims to recreate Copa magic

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Carlos Pena will face former club Leon at the Estadio Omnilife on Sunday.

Chivas will host Club Leon on Sunday in Guadalajara in what will be Chivas' fourth home game of the season. After its match against Los Esmeraldas, Chivas will only have five home games remaining in its 2016 Clausura regular season. If the club is to make the postseason, it must return to winning ways vs. Leon.

Leon manager Luis Fernando "Flaco" Tena will try to get his first win with La Fiera, while Chivas head coach Matias Almeyda hasn't scored a league win at Estadio Omnilife since Sep. 29....

Santos-Monterrey, Almeyda's Chivas status headline Liga MX weekend

Monterrey maintained their excellent start to the Liga MX Clausura season as they eased past Dorados to move top of the table.
Monterrey forward Dorlan Pabon, left, will be looking to make the most of their chances against Carlos Izquierdoz, right, and the Santos defense on Friday.
Monterrey forward Dorlan Pabon, left, will be looking to make the most of their chances against Carlos Izquierdoz, right, and the Santos defense on Friday.

By the time Monday rolls around, the 2016 Clausura will have passed the one-third mark of the season. Heading toward the midpoint of the season, certain big clubs like Pumas and Chivas need to pick things up and start earning points. Others like Pachuca and Monterrey are already well on their way to a spot in the Liguilla.

With attention shifting back to Liga MX after the Mexican national team's 2-0 Wednesday victory over Senegal, here are five things to watch during Week 6 of the Clausura:

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 By Tom Marshall

Key questions facing Mexican football

ESPN FC's Katia Castorena discusses Club America's first home win as they beat Santos, ending their three game win streak.

ESPN FC's Tom Marshall tackles the big issues surrounding Mexican football by answering some Twitter questions from the week:

For the Copa America Centenario this summer, Mexico is well set for a good tournament. Despite the changes in management in 2015, what really came through was the spirit of the current squad.

Most the players know each other well,...

 By Nayib Moran

Omar Gonzalez keeps Pachuca atop Liga MX Power Rankings in Week 5

Monterrey maintained their excellent start to the Liga MX Clausura season as they eased past Dorados to move top of the table.
ESPN FC's Katia Castorena discusses Club America's first home win as they beat Santos, ending their three game win streak.

Omar Gonzalez's first goal in Liga MX helped Pachuca get an important away draw against Pumas at Ciudad Universitaria, while Andre-Pierre Gignac is the leading goal scorer of the 2016 Clausura, with five goals. Dorados, Veracruz and Chivas remain the only teams that have yet to win a game. With that in mind, here are Liga MX's Power Rankings for Week 5:

1. Pachuca (no change)

Gonzalez scored his first goal in Liga MX and helped Pachuca get an important 1-1 draw at Pumas. Pachuca continues as...

 By Tom Marshall

Gonzalez saves Pachuca; Da Silva drives America; Atlas in a mess

ESPN FC's Katia Castorena discusses Club America's first home win as they beat Santos, ending their three game win streak.
Omar Gonzalez's first Liga MX goal earned a point for Pachuca.

When trickery, guile and probing, attacking soccer don't cut it, sometimes a well-taken free kick and header from the center-back will do the job nicely. That's what happened for Pachuca on Sunday against Pumas.

Los Tuzos needed a victory to remain first in the Liga MX but fell behind on the stroke of halftime, when Matias Britos headed in for Pumas.

The away side failed to create many clear-cut chances, even though Franco Jara had four attempts, Hirving Lozano had another four and Rodolfo Pizarro...

 By Nayib Moran

Paul Aguilar sparkles in return as Club America tops Santos Laguna at Azteca

ESPN FC's Katia Castorena discusses Club America's first home win as they beat Santos, ending their three game win streak.

MEXICO CITY -- Club America left Estadio Azteca with its first home win of the 2016 Clausura on Saturday after a 2-0 win over Santos Laguna. Manager Ignacio "Nacho" Ambriz said afterward that it was a win that the team had been looking to achieve. Las Aguilas' last home game finished with a devastating 1-4 loss to Pachuca, so its win over Santos, who came to Mexico City riding three consecutive wins, revitalized Ambriz's project at America.

For a second consecutive game, forward Oribe Peralta finished...