About Mexico Primera Division
Mexico Primera Division was founded in 1943. The number of teams taking part has changed throughout the years; the number at present sits at eighteen and makes Mexico Primera Division fixtures list very competitive. You can find all Mexico Primera Division betting odds at OddsPortal.
Mexico Primera Division draw is divided into two tournaments: Mexico Clausura and Mexico Apertura (Closure and Opening). Once all Mexico First Division teams have played all thirty-four matches the top eight with most points qualify for the Liguilla (Playoff) with the best two teams playing it out for the Mexico Primera Division title in a one-off final. The Mexico Primera Division champions qualify for Copa Libertadores.
Chivas Guadalajara, America, Toluca and Cruz Azul are the most successful Mexico Soccer Primera Division and traditionally start the season with the shortest Mexico Primera Division betting odds to clinch the title. The biggest Mexico Primera Division derbies are between America and Chivas Guadalajara and also between Chivas Guadalajara and Atlas where Mexico Primera Division betting gets interesting.
Mexico Primera Division has been on its rise over the last few years and Oddsportal.com cover all Mexico Primera Division betting odds comparison.
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