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Chivas vs. Morelia: Copa MX final numbers

Copa MX
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Who is more likely to win the 2017 Clausura title: Chivas or America?

Only one point separates fifth-placed Club America from third-placed Chivas. Who has a better shot at taking the title?

Fresh off their Copa MX victory, Chivas sit in third place in the Liga MX table on 25 points with three matches left in the regular season. But don't sleep on Club America, which is just one point back (24) in fifth position. As the Liguilla looms ever closer, who is more likely to walk away with the league title? Our experts Tom Marshall, Nayib Moran and Cesar Hernandez have their say and lay out what you can't miss in Week 15 of the 2017 Clausura.

Who is more likely to win the 2017 Clausura?

Chivas

After Wednesday's Copa MX title win it...

 By Tom Marshall

Matias Almeyda's Chivas can use Copa MX win to fuel famous double

Miguel Jimenez
Chivas landed the Copa MX with a 3-1 victory on penalties over Morelia on Wednesday night.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Chivas coach Matias Almeyda said on the eve of the Copa MX final against Morelia that the result of the game would have absolutely no impact on the Liga MX campaign moving forward. It was difficult to take his words at face value then and it's even tougher to do so after the fact.

Chivas won the Copa MX 3-1 on penalties after a strange game. Guadalajara dominated, but couldn't create enough to get past a sturdy Morelia defense. After a goalless 90 minutes, Chivas keeper Miguel...

 By Tom Marshall

Chivas can create history with Copa MX win on home soil against Morelia

Alan Pulido and Chivas have a chance to give an expectant home crowd something to cheer about in the Copa MX final.

GUADALAJARA - Estadio Chivas is one of Mexico's best sporting venues and home to arguably the country's most popular soccer team. But filling the 45,000-capacity stadium and generating a real buzz around Guadalajara has proven difficult since its inauguration against Manchester United back in 2010.

Admittedly, the stadium's facilities, a better product on the field, the transport options available and the way fans have become more accustomed to traveling to an almost U.S.-style venue outside the...

The numbers behind Wednesday's Chivas vs. Morelia Copa MX final

Max Bretos and Herculez Gomez recap the best of this weekend's MLS action. Plus, the guys share their thoughts on Jurgen Damm's goal celebration for Tigres.

The Copa MX has often been regarded as a second-tier tournament by many, with almost every club fielding reserve squads to test out formations and give young players experience. After all, the Liga MX title is the prize all teams seek.

Chivas are no exception, but the fact that Mexico's most popular team reaches its fourth Copa MX final in the past five seasons gives the tournament added flavor. Last season, Chivas met scrappy Queretaro in the final and lost. On Wednesday, they face relegation-threatened...

 By Nayib Moran

Fierro caps thrilling Chivas comeback in 93rd minute; America, Tijuana draw

Carlos Fierro
Carlos Fierro's 93rd-minute winner capped a tremendous three-goal comeback for Chivas against Puebla on Saturday.

MEXICO CITY -- As we head into a busy period in Liga MX, which includes a marathon double gameweek from Tuesday until Sunday due to the rescheduling of Week 10 matches, some clubs are gaining significant momentum, like Santos Laguna and Atlas, while others, like Pumas and Queretaro, are falling behind.

But before we get there, here are five storylines from Week 13:

1. Fierro takes the spotlight in Chivas' comeback win over Puebla

Carlos Fierro's winning goal will be replayed all over the world....

 By Tom Marshall

Chivas are back in the hunt for famous league, cup double after Monterrey win

Alan Pulido (right) scored as Chivas ran out 2-1 winners over Monterrey to advance to the Copa MX final on Wednesday.

The Matias Almeyda project at Chivas marches on. On Wednesday, the team defeated Monterrey 2-1 at Estadio BBVA Bancomer to set up a Copa MX final date against Morelia on April 19 at Estadio Chivas. But this was not easy, or particularly pretty.

The early stages of Chivas' eventual semifinal victory were edge-of-the-seat entertainment for all the wrong reasons, at least from a Chivas perspective. Monterrey almost had the ball in the net after 20 seconds and swarmed the visitors' nervous-looking defense....