Previous
Getafe
Valencia
1
0
FT
Leg 1
Game Details
Next

Clasico Regio headlines W2W4 in Liga MX

Liga MX Bancomer
Read

COLOMBIAN PRIMERA B

2019/2020 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
13 San Andrés 0 0 0 0
14 Tigres FC 0 0 0 0
15 Universitari 0 0 0 0
View Full Table »

Liga MX W2W4: Veracruz drama cure for crisis-ridden Chivas?

Liga MX Bancomer
Read

W2W4: Liga MX's best on display as Cruz Azul host Tigres

Liga MX Bancomer
Read

Tigres' Ferretti slams Liga MX youngster rule

Mexican Liga BBVA Bancomer
Read

Gignac wants to finish career at Tigres

Transfers
Read

Gignac steals MX spotlight

Liga MX
Read

Cruz Azul, Monterrey the big winners; Tigres stand pat in Mexico's new-look winter transfer window

Uruguay international Jonathan Rodriguez should be a huge addition for a Cruz Azul side that came up just short last campaign.
Uruguay international Jonathan Rodriguez should be a huge addition for a Cruz Azul side that came up just short last campaign.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- It's been a very different kind of transfer window in Liga MX this winter. The old "draft" -- a meet-up of club owners to thrash out deals and register players -- didn't take place and was replaced by a more conventional transfer period.

The domestic transfer window closed on Dec. 28, after being open for 12 days following the Apertura final, although the opportunity to sign players from outside of Mexico will be open until Jan. 31.

It's been a busy window so far, with the...

Club America is the favorite to win the Apertura 2018

Oribe Peralta and America are playoff-bound but the side have only won once in the last month, so is winning out that realistic?
Oribe Peralta and America are playoff-bound but the side have only won once in the last month, so is winning out that realistic?

This is a translation of an article that originally appeared on ESPN Deportes.

The Apertura 2018 Liguilla, or regular season, is now over after 17 weeks of matches for each of the teams in the Liga Bancomer MX, and now that the quarterfinal matchups are set, Club America appears perched as the favorite to win the title for the winter semester.

The team, led by former Mexican national team coach Miguel Herrera, finished in second place with 33 points and a goal difference of +16, the best in the...

Liga MX W2W4: Clasico Regio, Chivas-Queretaro full of implications

With the 2018-19 Liga MX Apertura just past the midway point, the race to solidify a playoff position is set to heat up. Just eight points separate first place Cruz Azul and 13th place Tijuana, so it is sure to be another sprint to the finish in Mexico. Here are three things our Liga MX correspondents are watching for from the league this weekend.

Monterrey rivals battle in the Clasico Regio

The Clasico Regio headlines this weekend's games in Liga MX, with Tigres hosting Monterrey in the 117th...

Campeones Cup an extra chance to stoke the fire of the MLS-Liga MX rivalry

Tigres and Toronto played an epic two-legged tie last year and face off Wednesday in the Campeones Cup.
Toronto edged out Tigres last year in an epic two-legged tie, but can they beat the Mexican champs in the Campeones Cup?

There's nothing that quite gets the juices flowing for soccer fans in North America than a good ol' battle between MLS and Liga MX.

For MLS, it is the never-ending search for respect and acceptance from their Liga MX counterparts, who have reigned supreme in the CONCACAF region at club level for pretty much forever.

It is usually around February or March when articles and such start trickling out about whether THIS is the year an MLS team can finally win a CONCACAF Champions League and prove...

Tigres unlucky, Cruz Azul overrated in Liga MX based on expected goals metric

Tigres are currently ninth in the table but based on expected goals would be top of the table.
Tigres are currently ninth in the table but the expected goals model would have them first.

There are two outstanding statistics a neutral would immediately find when scouring the Liga MX 2018 Apertura table after seven rounds of matches of the season. And both involve the number zero.

The first is Cruz Azul's undefeated start to the season; the other is Atlas' inability to score even a single goal.

But, as a little bit of midseason entertainment, what if we used expected goals to work out the result of each of the 63 games so far in the Apertura? How would it change our outlook on...