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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
7 Montreal 9 6 8 33
8 Orlando 8 6 10 30
9 Philadelphia 8 5 11 29
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 By Jason Davis

Orlando faces Columbus in six-pointer; Toronto can pile on Chicago woe

Brian McBride and Alexis Nunes go toe-to-toe in predicting the latest high-profile MLS fixtures in Week 24.

Jason Davis highlights three matches worth keeping an eye on across Major League Soccer this weekend.

Orlando and Columbus' crucial showdown

In the parlance of MLS, this one is what's called a "playoff six-pointer."

Columbus Crew SC currently has a tenuous grasp on a playoff position in the Eastern Conference. The men in yellow occupy fifth place but are just two points up on Montreal Impact, in seventh, and have played two more games. With less than 10 games to go, Gregg Berhalter's team needs...

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Orlando City 'does not support' but won't appeal Kaka's 'playful' red card

Steve Nicol and Alejandro Moreno debate whether Kaka deserved a red card after putting his hands on Aurélien Collin's face.

Orlando City hit back at the decision to give Kaka a red card following a "playful interaction" with a former teammate on Saturday, but said it would not appeal against the punishment.

In stoppage time of the New York Red Bulls' 3-1 win, Kaka grabbed the face and neck of defender Aurelien Collin, with whom he had previously played at Orlando.

The pair immediately started laughing but, after consulting MLS's new video review system, referee Jorge Gonzalez deemed Kaka's action to be worthy of a straight...

After promising start to 2017, Orlando wilts in summer heat once again

Steve Nicol and Alejandro Moreno debate whether Kaka deserved a red card after putting his hands on Aurélien Collin's face.

If you're thinking of visiting Orlando for the soccer rather than its other tourist attractions, maybe don't come in summer. It's been another hot summer and another struggle for the Lions in 2017, whose falloff in form at the end of spring has become something of an annual fixture, whether under Adrian Heath or, latterly, Jason Kreis.

Over the weekend Orlando was at Red Bull Arena, and having led early, ended up losing 3-1 in a game in which an initially spirited effort lapsed into indiscipline...