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Liga MX: these are the clubs that enter the Liguilla zone

The Mexican tournament is nearing the end and only a few clubs will be chosen to advance to the playoffs.

It should be remembered that this tournament was no longer affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, but it was affected by other events that had nothing to do with the pandemic. 
It should be remembered that this tournament was no longer affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, but it was affected by other events that had nothing to do with the pandemic. 

We have reached Round 14 of 17 in Liga MX and these are the clubs that will enter the Liguilla, after 13 intense days of matches in which practically everything was experienced.

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It should be remembered that this tournament was no longer affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, but it was affected by other events that had nothing to do with the pandemic. 

As a result, several dates were changed from their original dates and even the tragedy at the Estadio Corregidora was a factor that caused several games to be moved from their original dates.

These are the Liga MX clubs that are in the Liguilla zone

Pachuca: 29 points

The squad coached by Guillermo Almada and which has players of the stature of Nicolás Ibáñez and Romario Ibarra has had a spectacular tournament, despite having started with a low profile.

Tigres: 29 points

The club led by Miguel Herrera has been one of the most solid in the current tournament and is one of the candidates to win the title. Their performance has been so good that they only need 9 points to prevent Atlas from mathematically overtaking them.

Puebla: 23 points

The club led by Nicolás Larcamón lost the leadership of the competition a few rounds ago and has not been able to recover it. 

Atlas: 22 points

Diego Cocca's Zorros can also consider themselves in the Liguilla as they are in fourth place in the general table, although if they wish to secure their place in the next round, they must obtain the remaining 12 points so that no one can take their place away from them.

These are the clubs that could enter the Liguilla zone through the reclassification process

Cruz Azul: 21 points

Los Cementeros need 9 of the 12 available points if they want to stay in the reclassification, but if they want to bet big and enter directly, they need to forcefully obtain all 12 available points.

Monterrey: 19 points

In order to stay in the playoffs, Los Rayados have a game pending that could help them to score points, but to keep their place in the playoffs they need at least 30 points. 

To do so, they need 12 points in their next 4 out of 5 games.

León: 19 points

La Fiera has a similar situation to that of Rayados, as they need 12 points to remain in the reclassification, so they must not lose any of their next 4 pending matches. 

Toluca: 18 points

The situation of the Diablos Rojos has been irregular in the tournament and that is why they also need to win their next 4 matches to get the 12 points they must also hope that Atlético San Luis does not do the same. 

Atlético San Luis: 17 points

The Potosinos will decide the fate of many clubs because if they get the 12 points in their next 4 games, they could reach 29 and secure their place in the reclassification.

Pumas UNAM: 16 points

Like San Luis, the Universitarios need 12 points from their remaining matches to reach 28 points and hope that San Luis, Toluca, or León have a setback in order to reach the Liguilla.

Club América: 16 points

The Aguilas face an uncommon situation for their team, which is to hope for the same as Pumas UNAM, that other clubs lose and, in addition, that they can earn the 12 points available to ensure reclassification. 

Club Tijuana: 16 points

Tied with Pumas UNAM and Club América, the Xolos of Tijuana need those 12 available points and hope that both the Universitarios and the Aguilas lose one of their upcoming matches. 

Although these are the only teams that so far have a chance to qualify for the Liguilla either directly or through reclassification, we must not take our eyes off the general table, which will surely continue to move dynamically over the next 4 weeks. 

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Wilian Estrella

Journalist with more than 10 years of experience. Puma UNAM at heart. Fan of the most beautiful sport on the planet. I currently cover Liga MX, MLS, Premier League, Mexican National Team and USMNT. Always attentive to the latest world soccer news.+ info

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