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Liga MX Femenil: These are the 6 teams that already have a direct ticket to the Liguilla

As of Round 15, six teams have already qualified for the Final Phase of the C2022 in Liga MX Femenil. 

Almost everything ready for the Liguilla in Liga MX Femenil.
Almost everything ready for the Liguilla in Liga MX Femenil.

One more week of Liga MX Femenil has gone by and little by little the Liguilla of the Grita Mexico 2022 is coming together, which has left many emotions, several surprises and promises to have a final phase full of drama and a lot of talent.

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After 15 rounds there are already 6 teams that have already secured their place in the quarterfinals and below them, there are 7 clubs that will fight and dream of getting the last two tickets to the big party.

At the top, Rayadas is stronger than ever and wants the title. They will be first on the table. Next, come Tigres and Chivas, tied with 37 points, and in fourth place is América, which is in the race for second place.

Pachuca, who continue to improve, and Atlas, who were able to recover from a bad start to the tournament, are also invited to the next round.

Teams qualified for the playoffs

7 teams, 2 places

With 2 games left to play, the fight for the last two places in the Liguilla will be fierce among 7 teams that still have a chance to qualify. For now, Toluca and Xolas are in 7th and 8th place and with the future in their hands, but the distance is short with all the teams behind them.

San Luis is close behind with 17 points, Pumas with 16 and Cruz Azul and Querétaro with 15. Even Necaxa, which has 14 points, could still qualify for the quarterfinals, although it would need a real miracle.

Puebla, León, Juárez, Santos, which was the disappointment of the championship, and Mazatlán, have been left out of any possibility of getting into the Liga MX Femenil Liguilla.

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