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The jockeying for playoff positions in the Eastern and Western Conferences will be in full force tonight as all seven matches on the MLS schedule are between conference rivals.

First place in the West is on the line tonight when Real Salt Lake takes on San Jose. RSL is still smarting from a disappointing mid-week loss to the LA Galaxy, while the Earthquakes will be riding the momentum of a comeback victory against Colorado on Wednesday.

In the East, the Chicago Fire plays host to a Columbus Crew squad unbeaten in six and just two points behind them in the standings.

Here is today's full MLS schedule:

5:30pm- Toronto FC vs. New England Revolution

7pm- Philadelphia Union vs. Sporting Kansas City

7:30pm- Montreal Impact vs. Houston Dynamo

8:30pm- Chicago Fire vs. Columbus Crew

9pm- Real Salt Lake vs. San Jose Earthquakes

9pm- FC Dallas vs. Chivas USA

10:30pm- Los Angeles Galaxy vs. Vancouver Whitecaps

SBI will be providing live commentary on today's matches so please feel free to follow tonight's MLS action with us. As always, you are welcome to share your thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below.

Enjoy the action (Commentary is after the jump):


  1. All speculation gentelmen, what you don’t know is we have a strong bench and endurance isn’t a problem. Just keep doubting the first place team we like it but remember Goonies never die!

    Go Quakes!!!

  2. I think if you put together a team with 31 GF in 16 games they make their own luck.

    Now, do I think Wondo + Lenhart = Cup gold? No, their roster screams won’t last in the playoffs.

  3. Obliteration sounds about right. I’m not saying the union will be able to do that every game, but 4-0 is pretty much an arse-whooping in the traditional sense.

  4. Um. Marco Pappa goal. You should see it. Weak foot too.

    What’s with Pappa playing extra good since his game v. USA in wcq? I mean extra extra good.

  5. I was at the game. As a season ticket holder, I was pleased to see more finishes in the offense in one game than in the other games combined (missed one on biz in Japan). Great hustle by Gaddis, Jack Mack, and Hoppenot. Valdes dominated the back as well despite a height advantage for SKC – McMath ruled the area quite well – kudos to the young keeper for building confidence after a rocky start around him. Bunberry, Sapong, and Zusi were busy but out hustled by the Union. 3 offsides calls were way off against Philly as was a bad miss of playing advantage by the ref, Terry Vaughn. Despite the wrong side of calls, a good team beat a great team by playing very well, despite the fact that I have yet to see a “similar” or consistent line up in x games this season.

  6. ill be the first to admit it, the Quakes stole 3 points in Salt Lake tonite. 3 saves by players other than our GK, and Gordon scores AGAIN late on a play just like the winner he had vs LAG. Wondo scores tonites winner even later on a nice flick-on from Gordon. RSL’s finishing let them down, but I thought SJ held up in the oppressive heat better than they did.

  7. Philly obliterated SKC? And with less than 40% of the possession? Got to be the most shocking result of the week.

    Good result for DC United. Don’t think the Supporters Shield is out of reach for Benny’s boys.


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