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MLS Match Day: Your Running Commentary

The final weekend of action in the MLS regular season is upon us, and despite all playoff spots being locked up, there is still plenty to play for.

The Chicago Fire will host D.C. United in front of an expected sold-out crowd at Toyota Park in a game with huge postseason implications. Both teams are trying to lock up the No. 2 seed in the Eastern Conference, and a win for either team would guarantee them that spot.

Over on the west coast, Chris Wondolowski will continue his chase for history as he and the San Jose Earthquakes travel to take on the Portland Timbers at JELD-WEN Field. Wondolowski is two goals away from breaking Roy Lassiter’s single-season scoring record, and he should have plenty of chances against a Timbers side that will be keen to play offensively in front of their fans.

As always if you will be watching any of today’s games, feel free to leave your thoughts, opinion and some commentary in the comments section below.

Enjoy the action (Today’s MLS Schedule is after the jump):


4pm- NBC Sports Network– Chicago Fire vs. D.C. United

6:30pm- NBC Sports Network– Portland Timbers vs. San Jose Earthquakes

8pm- MLS Direct Kick– Real Salt Lake vs. Vancouver Whitecaps

8pm- MLS Direct Kick– Colorado Rapids vs. Houston Dynamo


  1. one guy who is going to be a real player, and he is one already, is nick deleon. intelligent, fast, and he defended chicagos last effort on goal, from the goal line. kitchen is going to be a real quality player as well. say what you will about pajoy, but today he played his best game for dc united and if he brings this game to the playoffs, watch out.

  2. DCU v Fire opening up in the second half. Huge saves by both goalies today and a flubbed shot by Fernandez keeps thing level at 1-1. Vamos United!


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