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Liga MX predictions: Who will win the title? Finish top scorer? Get relegated?

Is Pedro Caixinha the man to end Cruz Azul's title drought?
Can Pedro Caixinha lead Cruz Azul to its first Liga MX title since 1997?

The new Liga MX season is upon us and we asked our Mexico writers to predict how the season would shake out.

Who will win the league?

Tom Marshall: Tigres. They are the best team, have had a full preseason behind them and have Argentine Guido Pizarro back. Liga MX's system means the strongest side doesn't always lift the trophy, but Tigres are undoubtedly the team to beat. Again.

Cesar Hernandez: Monterrey. The additions of Jesus Gallardo and Rodolfo Pizarro -- and new manager Diego...

 By Tom Marshall

Diego Lainez, Jesus Angulo lead list of Mexican youngsters ready to break out in Liga MX

Jesus Angulo has been tabbed as one of the
Jesus Angulo has been tabbed as part of the next generation by Juan Carlos Osorio.

There had been pressure from the media and Mexican footballers' association on Liga MX to establish rules that force clubs to give youngsters more playing time. And it worked: For the 2018 Apertura, the league has added a regulation to ensure each club gives players, born in 1997 or before, at least 765 minutes of playing time during the regular season.

The rule comes in at an interesting time for the Mexican national team. El Tri will require a gradual generational change at some point between...

Liga MX W2W4: Xolos to beat Chivas? Pachuca vs. Monterrey a playoff preview?

Diego Cocca is back for year two at Tijuana.
Diego Cocca and Tijuana will be looking to take the next step forward this season in Liga MX.

Liga MX is back and kicking off its first weekend of the Apertura. ESPN FC's Liga MX correspondents Tom Marshall, Cesar Hernandez and Eric Gomez preview the must-see games.

Club Tijuana vs. Chivas

How competitive are Chivas coming into the Apertura? How willing is this squad -- shorn of leaders like Rodolfo Pizarro, Oswaldo Alanis and Rodolfo Copa -- to fight for the shirt and new manager Jose Cardozo?

Saturday's game against Xolos in Estadio Caliente promises to provide some early answers.

It's...

Cuatro grandes and clasicos: A beginner's guide to watching Liga MX

Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez assess Mexico's World Cup after a last 16 exit and discuss why Liga MX could be a hindrance on El Tri's future.

It isn't easy to jump into the Mexican first division.

While countless new fans find difficulties with the language barrier, several others get lost in the long list of idiosyncrasies that define the Liga MX. A quick discussion on promotion and relegation alone is enough to confuse even the most die-hard of soccer supporters.

Nonetheless, it's worth the trouble. With an impressive technical level of play, no lack of enthralling matches and a number of talents hidden among the 18 teams, it's easy...

Cruz Azul, America to play on new turf at Azteca Stadium

Sebi Salazar sounds off on why he can't be proud of Mexico after a seventh straight World Cup exit in the last 16, even against a team like Brazil.
 

MEXICO CITY -- The field at Azteca Stadium has been resurfaced in time for the new season to begin for its two tenants, Cruz Azul and America.

Earlier this summer, the old grass was removed and replaced by a newer, more resilient turf. Cruz Azul will play for the first time on the new surface when they open their Mexican Liga Bancomer season Saturday against Puebla.

Cruz Azul and America will play on new turf at Azteca Stadium this season.
Cruz Azul and America will play on new turf at Azteca Stadium this season.

Led by manager Pedro Caixinha, the club initiated and paid for the field renovation. Their practice fields were also resurfaced...