The MLS regular season comes down to this -- one day, 10 matches and every team in action. The Supporters' Shield is on the line. Four playoff spots are up for grabs. Home-field advantage and byes are all to be decided.
All the matches kick off at 4 p.m. ET. Which are the best ones that you need to be watching?
Toronto FC vs. Chicago Fire
This game is not without intrigue. Toronto FC can jump into second place in the East and skip the play-in round, after all. But that's the only thing that's on the line and watching the Fire is, well, we don't advise it be your first choice.
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Orlando City vs. D.C. United
Orlando City has been eliminated from playoff contention so they're already looking forward to next season. D.C. United have clinched a spot and are just hoping they can hold onto fourth place because that gives them home-field in the play-in round.
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New England Revolution vs. Montreal Impact
This ons is pretty similar to the Orlando/D.C. match. The Revs are basically eliminated (they need to win, the Union to lose and to make up a 12 goal difference) and the Impact have clinched a playoff spot. They're just hoping to get home-field in the play-in round by jumping D.C. The one bit of intrigue is whether Didier Drogba plays and in what role after his spat with the club last week.
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Colorado Rapids vs. Houston Dynamo
The Rapids can take the Supporters' Shield with a win and an FC Dallas loss, which would be absolutely bonkers considering how bad Colorado has been in past years. The Rapids might be the best story in MLS and with the Shield on the line, the stakes are high. But the Dynamo are awful and these are two of the lowest scoring teams in the league, so it may not be a thrilling 90 minutes.
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NYCFC vs. Columbus Crew
NYCFC's turnaround would be the talk of the league if it wasn't for the Rapids, but their leap into the upper echelon of the East a year after a dreadful expansion season is truly incredible. They probably won't be able to catch the Red Bulls for the top spot in the conference, but if they can win to clinch second place then there's a clear path for a New York Derby Eastern Conference final. HERE FOR THAT.
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Philadelphia Union vs. New York Red Bulls
The Red Bulls are into the playoffs and almost certainly going to be the top seed in the East. The Union haven't technically clinched, but barring the Revs making up 12 goals on them, they're in. So the stakes aren't that high. But rivals playing on the final day, with the Red Bulls looking to exert their dominance and the Union trying to remember where the goal is? That's worth checking out.
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Sporting KC vs. New England Revolution
The fight for the last three playoff spots in the West is down to four teams, and that includes Sporting KC. They're clinging to the sixth and final spot and the difference between them and the Timbers is a single goal in goal difference. Simply winning may not be enough to get Sporting in the playoffs. They may have to win big. This one is going to get silly.
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Vancouver Whitecaps vs. Portland Timbers
The Timbers are right on Sporting's heels, but they have to head on the road for their final game. You know, where they haven't won a single game all season and it's in Vancouver, where the Whitecaps would love nothing more than to ruin their rivals' season. Draaaaaaama.
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Seattle Sounders vs. Real Salt Lake
The Sounders' midseason turnaround has been the talk of MLS. They've gone from near the Western Conference cellar to fifth place and in the postseason. They could even jump to fourth and have home-field advantage. But they could also fall out of the playoffs altogether and waste what has been an incredible last two months. Oh, and the team they're hoping to jump is Real Salt Lake. You know, the team they meet on Sunday and who could fall out of the postseason too. Let's. Get. It. On.
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LA Galaxy vs. FC Dallas
FC Dallas only needs a draw to clinch the Supporters' Shield, which would be their second trophy of the season and send them into the MLS Cup Playoffs chasing the first ever domestic treble in American soccer history. But they'll have to do it without superstar Mauro Diaz, who tore his Achilles and is out for the season. How good are Dallas without Diaz? We'll find out against an LA Galaxy team that has plenty of their own to prove going into the postseason.