Here we go. It's Santos Laguna vs. Monterrey and after 90 minutes we'll have the Mexican champion. The first leg in Monterrey finished 1-1 so the second leg is winner-take-all, assuming there isn't a draw, in which case there's extra time to be played because there is no away goals in the final, nor is there the higher seed tiebreaker as there is earlier in the Liguilla.
Obviously, with the match in Torreon, Santos have the big edge in this second leg and they came on strong after a slow start in the first leg so they know they can beat Monterrey without a problem. Still, Monterrey stole a late draw so they have momentum, although doing it on the road is a whole other animal. Having Humberto Suazo and Aldo de Nigris does make things easier, though.
Santos Laguna: Sánchez, Quintero, Estrada, Galindo, Crosas, Ludueña, Suárez, Salinas, Mares, Baloy, Peralta.
Monterrey: Orozco, Meza, Chávez, Pérez, de Nigris, Reyna, Basanta, Zavala, Ayovi, Mier, Suazo.