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W2W4: Monterrey clash with title rival America

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Cruz Azul, America both lose

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Liga MX playoffs W2W4: Monterrey are favorites but expect the unexpected

Max Bretos and Herculez Gomez preview Monterrey's outlook for the Liguilla and explain why they're excited to watch American-born Jonathan Gonzalez.

The Liga MX playoffs are now set!

With an eye on the 2017 Apertura title, eight teams are now left in the championship race: Monterrey, Tigres, Morelia, Toluca, Club America, Cruz Azul, Leon and Atlas. The first legs of the quarterfinal round take place this Wednesday and Thursday, so all eight clubs have little time to prepare for the much-anticipated knockout stage.

Although there's rarely a lack of drama or entertainment, here are five things you won't want to miss.

1. Monterrey are the best...

Liga MX W2W4: Leaders Monterrey host second-place America, old boss Herrera

Monterrey are top of the table and have lost just once, but second-place America could prove to be one of their tougher tests.

Ahead of this weekend's action, ESPN FC's Liga MX writers Tom Marshall, Nayib Moran and Eric Gomez look ahead to some of the league's biggest matchups and storylines.

Monterrey vs. Club America 

If you only get to watch one Liga MX game this weekend, make it Monterrey against Club America in Los Rayados' plush Estadio BBVA Bancomer. 

The game pits league leader Monterrey (30 points from 13 games) against second-placed America (26 points from 14). 

The clear favorite here is...

 By Nayib Moran

Diego Lainez begins phase two of his young professional career

Diego Lainez (center) scores against England during the FIFA Under-17 World Cup in India.

MEXICO CITY -- Although Diego Lainez' league debut took place on March 4, 2017 at Leon's Nou Camp, the same place where Cuauhtemoc Blanco made his league debut on Dec. 5, 1992, his experiences have already come in bunches. From completing a 2017 Clausura, where he played 555 minutes, to being Mexico's most notable talent in the recent Under-17 World Cup in India, where Mexico's national team had a poor display after being eliminated in the round of 16 and walking away from the tournament without...

 By Tom Marshall

Cruz Azul, Club America both lose as Chivas records rare victory

Cruz Azul's loss to Lobos BUAP was a shock for a team considered among the best in the league.

Cruz Azul made headlines for all the wrong reasons in Round 14 of matches in the Liga MX 2017 Apertura this weekend. Here are five takes from the games:

1. Jemez's denies Cruz Azul is a "grande"

One of the central storylines in Mexico's first division is the idea that there are four "grandes," or a "big four." It's based mostly on the size of fan-bases, with Club America, Chivas, Pumas and Cruz Azul enjoying support all over the country.

But Cruz Azul's Spanish coach Paco Jemez isn't buying into...

 By Nayib Moran

Miguel Herrera has everyone on the same page again at Club America

America are firing on all cylinders and look to be a strong contender for the Apertura title.
 

MEXICO CITY -- Sixty minutes were controlled by Chivas. The Clasico Nacional was turning into a one team performance, where Matias Almeyda's side, commanded the game in the possession of the ball and the attitude. Chivas showed desperateness to walk away with the win, while Club America looked troubled, lacking initiative, where the only player trying to create danger was Darwin Quintero. However, those strong 60 minutes weren't enough, and Las Aguilas won the 228th edition...

 By Tom Marshall

Club America fights back to defeat plucky Chivas in Clasico Nacional

Oribe Peralta's goal in the 71st minute got America's comeback started against Chivas.

The Clasico Nacional between Club America and Chivas dominated the midweek Liga MX matches, which had been postponed from last month due to the Sept. 19 earthquake in Mexico. Here are five takes from the games:

1. America takes the Clasico Nacional

Ultra-competitive Miguel Herrera has once again molded a team with his fighting spirit. This Clasico Nacional against Chivas looked lost for Club America. Chivas were on top in almost every department and America seemed to be losing patience...