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Chivas to spoil Club America's party again?

Copa MX
 By Nayib Moran

Chivas defeat America to reach Copa MX final, on course to wreck centennial

MEXICO CITY -- Club America is living through one of its worst chapters in recent memory, and the main perpetrator of its pain is none other than arch-rivals Chivas Guadalajara.

In front of its home crowd, America once again lost to Chivas, this time in the Copa MX semifinals, where El Rebano Sagrado beat Las Aguilas via the penalty spot 4-3 after drawing in regular time 1-1. For Chivas, it was the first time since 1943 that they were able to walk away with a Clasico Nacional win in Copa MX competition.


 By Tom Marshall

How Matias Almeyda has transformed Chivas into title contenders once more

Under Matias Almeyda, Chivas' recent status quo has been flipped. The team currently sits in fourth in the Liga MX table.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- For Chivas fans, Super Clasicos against Club America have been exacerbating experiences over the last few years. Prior to the 2016 Apertura, the Guadalajara team had won just one of its previous nine encounters against archrival Club America.

The Chivas faithful naturally had to remain outwardly bullish, making the usual taunts on social networks and placing bets with americanista friends. But when it was game time in the comfort of their own homes, you got the sense...

Copa MX Clasico Nacional: Chivas to spoil party, America to salvage pride?

In the last edition of Mexico's Clasico Nacional, Chivas thumped Club America 3-0 in a heated battle at Estadio Azteca.

Another highly anticipated edition of Mexico's ​Clasico Nacional is upon us, with Chivas traveling to Estadio Azteca to take on Club America in the semifinals of the Copa MX. ESPN FC asked our writers Tom Marshall in Guadalajara and Nayib Moran in Mexico City to set the scene for the historic clash.

Match expectations

Tom Marshall: Chivas are set to field the same alternative Copa MX starting XI against Club America that led them to the semifinals. This may sound strange given the importance...

 By Nayib Moran

Necaxa, Leon continue steady climbs as Cruz Azul plummets to bottom four

Veracruz nearly secured a comeback draw, but a late goal saw Necaxa walk away with three points in Liga MX action.

With Javier Torrente at the helm, Leon has yet to lose a Liga MX game. La Fiera's excellent run finally has them among the top eight, while Necaxa is giving performances that makes it look like this season's dark horse.

Here are our Liga MX's Power Rankings after Week 14:

1. CLUB TIJUANA (no change):
Xolos are still the only club to have won all of their homes games following a 2-0 victory over Chiapas. Striker Milton Caraglio, who has started all of Tijuana's Apertura games and could transform...

 By Tom Marshall

Pachuca and Chivas serve up Sunday special as Tomas Boy exits Cruz Azul

Veracruz nearly secured a comeback draw, but a late goal saw Necaxa walk away with three points in Liga MX action.

Club Tijuana confirmed its spot in the Liga MX postseason over the weekend, while Pachuca and Tigres are on the brink with three rounds of matches remaining in the 2017 Apertura.

Here are five takes from the weekend that was:

1. Team of the Week

ESPN FC's Liga MX Team of the Week.

2. Chivas, Pachuca serve up Sunday special

When Pachuca's Jonathan Urretaviscaya received the ball inside his own half in the 87th minute, there didn't seem to be much danger. His Tuzos team -- who had gone down to 10 players when Hirving Lozano was sent...