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MLS Viewing Guide, Week 15

A very light week in Major League Soccer with just five games on the docket

Jennifer Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

The schedule this week in Major League Soccer is so....Major League Soccer.  Last week there were double digit number of games and this week we have a mere five for our viewing pleasure.  But with the World Cup going on, the European Qualifiers and the U-20 World Cup, there is plenty to satiate your footy fix.

Off This Week: Colorado Rapids, Toronto FC, New York Red Bulls, Philadelphia Union, Vancouver Whitecaps, Sporting Kansas City, Portland Timbers, Houston Dynamo, San Jose Earthquakes, Real Salt Lake

Saturday (6-13)

New York City FC vs Montreal Impact--5:00 PM MDT--Yankee Stadium (MLS Live)

This should be a pretty decent match at NYCFC picked up their second win and Montreal is playing good football overall and are just two points from the playoffs with four games in hand.  This game will be a back and forth match but I think it ends in an exciting 3-2 victory for the Impact.

Columbus Crew SC vs LA Galaxy--5:30 PM MDT--MAPFRE Stadium (MLS Live)

The Crew are a team that is in a bit of disarray right now and they are playing a Galaxy team that is up and down with their form.  Home teams are usually favored in these kinds of matches, but this feels like the Galaxy can come to Columbus and pip a result.  Draw.

New England Revolution vs Chicago Fire--5:30 PM MDT--Gillette Stadium (MLS Live)

The Revs are good.  The Fire are not.  Revs with the victory.

Seattle Sounders vs FC Dallas--8:00 PM MDT--Century Link Field (MLS Live)

Match of the weekend for my money.  Seattle may have a misstep now and again, but this will be a victory for the Sounders over the goal deprived Hoops.

Sunday (6-14)

Orlando City vs D.C. United--5:00 PM MDT--Citrus Bowl (Fox Sports 1)

First vs Fourth in the Eastern Conference!  Although the two teams are separated by 11 points, this will be a close match that will end in a heated draw.