How the table is shaping up after Matchday 3 of Liga MX: Clausura 2023
Tigres still top the table despite only managing a draw this weekend with Atlas, Mazatlan, Leon and Toluca having played a game less than the rest of the teams.
Three match days of the 2023 Clausura Tournament have taken place with Tigres still sitting on top of the table with 14 rounds of games to go before postseason activity gets underway.
Monterrey, Pumas, Pachuca and Santos Laguna are also hot on their heels with 6 point with just four sides remaining unbeaten at this early stage of the campaign in Tigres, Atlas, Toluca and Club America.
Of the 18 sides in the league, four have only played two games with opening day games at Mazatlan and Atlas cancelled to the state of the pitch in Guadalajara and a state of unrest in Sinaloa forcing the Mazatlan game to be postponed. The postponed Atlas-Toluca matchday 1 game will now be played on 2 February.
Club America languish in 11th place with the Aguilas having drawn all three games and putting together one of their most underwhelming starts to a season in recent times with just three points.
Next week’s matchday 4 games get underway on Friday as Atlas play Santos Laguna before Pachuca-Necaxa winds up the action with the late game on Sunday night.
At the end of 17 games, the top four sides will advance to the play-off stage with fifth through to 12th involved in wild-card games to define the other four teams that join the playoffs.