The final four teams in Liga MX fight for a spot in the title clash. Follow both midweek fixtures with our detailed broadcast info.

We have now entered the semi-final stage of the Clausura 2024 tournament in Liga MX, and this stage promises to become one of the most interesting in recent years thanks to the quality of the teams involved and the rivalries in each tie.

Three of the top-four seeds in Liga MX managed to reach this stage, while only one of the last four is still in the title race. This mix has delivered two great matchups that will send a couple of teams to fight for the title next week, leaving some great games for fans to expect.

Without further ado, let us give you a heads up on how things will unfold this week. Remember that the first tiebreaker is the aggregate score, but in the event of a draw after both games, the regular season standings will be used to determine which team makes it through.

Liga MX - Semi-final matches (1st leg) on May 15-16, 2024

Wednesday, May 15

Guadalajara vs América: The biggest rivalry in Mexican football takes center-stage on Wednesday, with Guadalajara defending an eight-game streak without a loss that includes seven wins. To top it all, El Rebaño has only conceded four times in those eight games, although three of those clean sheets came against teams that did not make it to the playoffs. On the other side of the pitch, the defending champions seek to repeat their first performance of the season at Akron Stadium, where they took a 3-0 lead in the Concacaf Champions Cup tie they won back in March. América barely made it through to the semis after a 2-2 aggregate against Pachuca, but with five wins in their last eight matches against Chivas, las Águilas have reasons to believe in their options to reach the title game after six months.

Thursday, May 16

Monterrey vs Cruz Azul: Los Rayados claimed a huge win in their Quarter final tie against Tigres, which gave them the right to host this clash. The team with the striped jersey knows that this game will be key to their title hopes, as they have only lost one of their last eight against Cruz Azul when playing at home. On the other hand, Cruz Azul will want to show why they barely struggled to eliminate Pumas in the previous stage, while also proving their worth at BBVA Stadium, a venue where they claimed a 2-1 win in their most recent visit. It will also be an interesting clash between two Argentine coaches trying to win their first Liga MX title.

Here is the full list of games being played in Liga MX's playoffs. Click on each fixture for full broadcast and streaming options in your country and remember to check back for all info regarding the second legs.