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MLS Week 2: Your Live Commentary

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The second week of MLS play begins on Saturday and weather is certain to be a major factor.

Inclement weather caused the cancellation of the New England Revolution’s clash with Orlando City and several more matches should be affected by frigid conditions. The New York Red Bulls and Philadelphia Union will both face the cold when they take on the Colorado Rapids and Toronto FC, respectively.

The day starts with the Chicago Fire’s clash with Real Salt Lake while action heats up in the evening with matchups pitting big time playoff contenders. The Montreal Impact and Seattle Sounders look to bounce back in their interconference matchup this evening before Sporting KC takes on FC Dallas in a meeting of two of the WEstern Conference’s top sides.

Later at night, the Houston Dynamo host the Columbus Crew before the Vancouver Whitecaps visit the Sane Jose Earthquakes.

If you will be watching today’s action, please feel free to share your thoughts and opinions in the comments section below.

Enjoy the action (Today’s TV schedule below):


2 p.m. — CSN Chicago/KMYU Utah/MLS Live/DirecTV — Chicago Fire vs. Real Salt Lake

4 p.m. — UniMás/Univision Deportes/Univision NOW/MLS Live — New York Red Bulls vs. Colorado Rapids

4:30 p.m. — MLS Live — Philadelphia Union vs. Toronto FC

7 p.m. — MLS Live — Montreal Impact vs. Seattle Sounders

8 p.m. — KTXA Dallas/MLS Live — Sporting Kansas City vs. FC Dallas

8:30 p.m. – KUBE/MLS Live — Houston Dynamo vs. Columbus Crew SC

10 p.m. — CSN California/MLS Live/DirecTV — San Jose Earthquakes vs. Vancouver Whitecaps

  • Ryan Tolmich

    Kicked off in Chicago and the Fire have the lead 10 minutes in. Nikolic with the goal, his first of the season. Huge start for the Fire and their new DP.


    • Ryan Tolmich

      2-0 Fire! Alvarez with the goal. Terrible defending from RSL, who let Alvarez cut in and fire. What a start from the Fire.


  • Jack

    Fire might actually be decent, I feel like Dax might end up being the biggest off season move.


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