6 Bold Predictions for Liga MX Week 7

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6 Bold Predictions for Liga MX Week 7
Christian Palma/Associated Press

Matchday 7 of the 2014 Apertura is here, and it brings one of the most exciting games of the Liga MX—America vs. UNAM—as well as a new coach, Jose Luis Sanchez Sola.

Las Aguilas have a 5-1-0 record. They are the only side that hasn't lost a single match. America lead the tournament and have a three-point advantage over Monterrey and Atlas.

On the other hand, Morelia is the one club that have yet to secure a victory; they sit last in the general table with only two points, after two draws and four defeats.

In the managerial department, Sanchez is set to debut (again) with Puebla. This will be El Chelis' second term with La Franja, and the task is the same: avoid relegation.

Like every week, there are several players you need to follow closely: Dorlan Pabon, who leads the scorers' table with seven goals, and the youngsters who will play with El Tri in the upcoming friendlies, such as Hiram Mier and Rodolfo Pizarro.

Let's take a look to some bold predictions for Week 7.

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