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W2W4: Pumas need a win vs. Chivas

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Pumas need a win, Caixinha revisits Santos, America vs. Tijuana: W2W4

Pumas' inconsistency is holding them back, but victory vs. Chivas would be a tonic.

ESPN FC's Liga MX writers pick out what you need to watch for in another exciting weekend of action.

Pumas must make a statement vs. Chivas

Sunday's game in Estadio Olimpico Universitario offers Pumas an opportunity to reassert their playoff hopes, and perhaps their title credentials, following a 4-1 loss to Tijuana last weekend and a 2-1 defeat to Veracruz the weekend before.

Pumas have certainly improved on last season's last-place finish in Liga MX, but the jury remains out on just where...

 By Nayib Moran

Gonzalez thriving in Monterrey among the Clausura's biggest surprises

Alfonso “Ponchito” Gonzalez
Alfonso Gonzalez's impressive form at Monterrey has been one of the surprises of the Clausura.

MEXICO CITY -- Heading into the 2018 Clausura's Week 9, Liga MX's postseason candidates are barely beginning to solidify their places in the table. But the storylines so far have been aplenty, and they have included the reemergence of several players, and also there have been teams that have surprised with their level of play. The last weeks in Liga MX are bound to be filled with excitement, mainly because there's still no way to draw out how this season's playoffs will look.

Here are five of...

 By Nayib Moran

America returns to the top of the Power Rankings, Leon drop again

Club America needed some late heroics to grab a point vs. Veracruz but remained unbeaten.

MEXICO CITY -- After a week that included midweek action, Pumas lost two consecutive games, while America remains the only unbeaten team in the Clausura. Monterrey suffered its second consecutive away loss and hasn't gotten a win since Week 5.

Although Pumas and Monterrey just went through a tough week, they remain among the league's top four in the Power Rankings. In recent times, Monterrey has experience being among the top four in the league, but will Pumas remain or fall out?

Here are the...

 By Tom Marshall

America extends undefeated run; Monterrey rocked by Necaxa

Andre-Pierre Gignac's double put Tigres back on track as one of the favorites for the title.

It's been a whirlwind last 10 days in Liga MX, with each team playing three games in the 2018 Clausura. Round eight this past weekend took us to the brink of the halfway point of the regular season. Here's what we learned:

1. Late Valdez strike extends America's undefeated run

Bruno Valdez netted in second-half injury time to rescue a point for Club America on Sunday against Veracruz. With a 1-1 draw, Las Aguilas maintained their record as the only team this Clausura not to suffer defeat.

Club America...

Gonzalez in battle for Monterrey spot; Pachuca can pile on Chivas

Jonathan Gonzalez is battling Monterrey teammate Arturo Gonzalez for his starting spot.

ESPN FC's Liga MX writers pick out what you need to watch for in another exciting weekend of action.

Mexican midfielders fighting for Monterrey starts

Monterrey midfielder Arturo "Ponchito" Gonzalez may just go on to have the brightest career of all the winner from Mexico's 2011 Under-17 World Cup team. And while Juan Carlos Osorio's squad appears to be largely decided for the World Cup this summer, the form of the 23-year-old, former Atlas player will surely be catching the national team...

 By Tom Marshall

Chivas struggles to convert, weakness to crosses cause woeful slump

Chivas are having some bad luck but finishing their chances should see them climb the table again.

A second-half, injury-time goal from Alan Pulido rescued a tie for Chivas against Queretaro in Liga MX on Wednesday, ending the Guadalajara club's run of three consecutive defeats. The point from the 2-2 draw was construed as a positive for the institution and understandably so, given that Queretaro had gone 2-1 up in the 88th minute through a Miguel Martinez header.

"I think the point is positive in many ways," said Chivas coach Matias Almeyda after the game. "I admire the reaction of my players...