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MLS Week 25: Your Running Commentary

Photo by Eric Bolte/USA TODAY Sports
Photo by Eric Bolte/USA TODAY Sports

MLS returns to action Saturday with a series of six games that includes several matches with playoff implications.

Saturday’s action is headlined by a clash pitting Toronto FC against Canadian rivals in the Montreal Impact. The two sides enter Saturday’s clash first and fifth in the East, respectively, making the rivalry match a vital one as the season enters the fall months.

In the West, a Texas clash between the Houston Dynamo and FC Dallas is on the schedule, while the LA Galaxy host the Vancouver Whitecaps. Meanwhile, the Philadelphia Union look for a bounceback win against Sporting KC in an interconference clash, while the Columbus Crew host the San Jose Earthquakes. Rounding out the day’s action is a meeting between a pair of Eastern Conference foes as D.C. United hosts the Chicago Fire.

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):

7 p.m. — MLS Live/MLS Direct Kick — Philadelphia Union vs. Sporting Kansas City

7 p.m. — MLS Live/MLS Direct Kick — D.C. United vs. Chicago Fire

7:30 p.m. — MLS Live/MLS Direct Kick — Toronto FC vs. Montreal Impact

7:30 p.m. — MLS Live/MLS Direct Kick — Columbus Crew vs. San Jose Earthquakes

9 p.m. —MLS Live/MLS Direct Kick — Houston Dynamo vs. FC Dallas

10:30 p.m. —MLS Live/MLS Direct Kick — LA Galaxy vs. Vancouver Whitecaps


  1. 45% percent of MLS teams have one or fewer wins on the road this season, home field advantage looks like it will be very important during the playoffs this season.

    • The atomic ant came off in the 67th minute and those two have been working so well together, all good things have to come to an end some time. This was really a gut check game for Montreal after getting blasted by Chicago last week and drawing midweek at home with DC.

  2. With all the Pulisic rumors could see Finley in there so Pulisic can be accustomed to a new team if need be. A lot of stuff going around for a kid his age

    • I wondered that to, you would think with the medical and signings it would take up a good portion of the week before facing St VG on Friday. Pulisic and Green could be in that situation, and I don’t think anyone would expect Miazga to get called, but another player such as Williams or even John Brooks could still be a late transfer target.


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