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  • To no one’s surprise, the pattern we have seen play out all decade long in competitions between Liga MX clubs and their MLS counterparts played out in the Leagues Cup too. As we have seen in the CONCACAF Champions League, the Liga MX sides dominated the inaugural Leagues Cup, winning four of the five matches played between Mexican and US teams, so the Leagues Cup Final will feature two Liga MX teams squaring off for some silverware. Cruz Azul will face Tigres UANL in Sin City on Wednesday night.   More

  • Liga MX has proven time and time again that it is the top league in North America. The last time a non-Mexican team won the CONCACAF Champions League was all the way back in 2005 when Costa Rican club Saprissa knocked off Pumas UNAM 3-2 in a two-legged final. It will be the first league to get its domestic season underway after the conclusion of the major international tournaments with matches starting on Friday, July 19.   More

  • Mexican clubs have historically dominated the CONCACAF Champions League, and we will see a team from Liga MX crowned champions for the 14th straight season on Wednesday. Monterrey are looking to win their fourth Champions League title this decade after threepeating from 2011 to 2013. Meanwhile, UANL are looking to win their first Champions League title after finishing runner-up to America in 2016 and Pachuca in 2017. There will be enormous bragging rights at stake as these teams are not just from the same league, but from the same city as well, and the Clasico Regiomontano derby is always a spicy affair.   More

  • Monday, February 13th, 2017

    CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying Update

    By Andrew Ryan The final stage of World Cup qualifying in CONCACAF is absolutely a grueling endeavor for all of the teams. Just like CONMEBOL throws all of its team in a group and has them duke it out for a slew of matches, CONCACAF basically does the same. The only difference? There's no such thing as an easy match in North America. The six teams playing in the group affectionately referred to as "The Hex" can all qualify for the World Cup, as demonstrated by the fact that the favored team to win the group of six, the United States, is still without a point in six matches.   More

  • Betcris.comWhy spend hours handicapping sports betting lines when you can read everything you need to know about every game here at BetCris? We break down trends, injuries and more in our sports betting previews so you can cash your bet! The matchup between the United States and Mexico will go down Saturday, October 10, 2015 at 9:30 p.m. ET at the Rose Bowl. The duel will be televised live on FOX Sports 1.  More

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