MLS- New York Red Bulls

MLS Matchday 11


Whether you like cross-country clashes, or tense reunions, this weekend's MLS schedule has something for you.

This weekend in Major League Soccer will be headlined by a battle of East vs. West as five intra-conference match-ups line the schedule. Perhaps more intriguing than those match-ups are the reunions Sigi Schmid will have with former club Columbus and Dwayne DeRosario will have with former club Houston.

Chicago already topped Chivas USA in the battle of conference leaders on Thursday, so it will be up to Houston (playing host to Toronto FC) and Seattle (playing host to Columbus) to regain some respect for the West.

You can find this weekend's full schedule of matches after the jump, along with the Best XI individual match-ups to watch:

This weekend's MLS Schedule


  • Colorado Rapids at New York Red Bulls, 7:30pm (MSG)

  • D.C. United at New England Revolution, 7:30pm (Direct Kick)

  • Toronto FC at Houston Dynamo, 8:30pm (Direct Kick)

  • Columbus Crew at Seattle Sounders, 10:3pm (FSC)

  • Kansas City Wizards at Los Angeles Galaxy, 10:30pm (Direct Kick)

  • Real Salt Lake at San Jose Earthquakes, 10:30pm (Direct Kick)


  • FC Dallas at Chicago Fire, 3pm (Telefutura)

Best XI Match-ups to Watch

  • Jimmy Conrad vs. Landon Donovan

  • Chad Marshall vs. Freddy Montero

  • Guillermo Barros Schelotto vs. Jhon Kennedy Hurtado

  • Amado Guevara vs. Ricardo Clark

  • Marvell Wynne vs. Brad Davis

  • Dwayne DeRosario vs. Bobby Boswell

  • Kenny Cooper vs. Bakary Soumare

  • Chris Pontius and Rodney Wallace vs. Darrius Barnes and Kevin Alston

  • Stuart Holden vs. Carl Robinson

  • Conor Casey vs. Kevin Goldthwaite

  • Dave Van Den Bergh vs. Tim Ward


Which match are you most looking forward to seeing? Which individual match-up do you consider the one to watch?

If you will be watching this weekend's action then make this your place to share your thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below (except for the Rapids/Red Bulls match, which I will provide live commentary for).

Enjoy the action.

  • Jacob A.

    “What Seattle really missed is a midfield working together, IMHO.”


    I’d say they were missing Alonso, but those probably are tied into each other.


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