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2017 MLS Cup playoffs: Who's in and who's out?

Herculez Gomez and Sebastian Salazar go head-to-head in MLS Predictor ahead of an action-packed Week 29.

With just four weeks remaining in the 2017 MLS regular season, competition for playoff places is building to a crescendo ahead of Decision Day on Oct. 22. Check out the table.

In: Toronto FC

Out front, Toronto FC has already booked its place in the postseason and is now just one win from clinching the Supporters' Shield as well. They can also win it if New York City FC loses at Montreal on Wednesday.

NYCFC could assure itself of a postseason berth if the Montreal Impact lose their...

 By Arch Bell

MLS predictions: Can David Villa's return get slumping NYCFC back on track?

Herculez Gomez and Sebastian Salazar go head-to-head in MLS Predictor ahead of an action-packed Week 29.
Relive the top goals from Week 28 throughout Major League Soccer.

MLS is nearing the homestretch and points are at a premium as the postseasons looms. ESPN FC's MLS writers offer up their picks of five of the weekend's key matches in Week 29.

New York City FC vs. Houston Dynamo: Two teams keen to get back in the win column square off on Saturday at Rentschler Field in East Hartford. New York City FC are winless in their past two, including a rare home loss two weeks ago to Portland, 1-0, and then a 1-1 draw last Saturday at Western Conference bottom-feeder...

Union show Philly's heart with cleats raising awareness for pediatric cancer

The Philadelphia Union unveil their unique project surrounding Pediatric Cancer Awareness night.
The Philadelphia Union will wear Kickasso cleats during their warmups against the Chicago Fire.

This Saturday, Philadelphia Union's players will take to the field against Chicago Fire wearing custom cleats. And it may just be the nicest thing you see a group of footballers do that day.

A little context is necessary. After all, in these days of micro-sponsors appropriating every square inch of marketable terrain around sports teams, and players finding ever more creative ways to promote their own image on the field, the trend for custom cleats tends to skew closer to vanity than philanthropy.

But...

Children's Mercy Park is Sporting KC's trophy-filled home fortress yet again

SKC join Chicago and Seattle as elite MLS clubs with four U.S. Open Cups to their names, thanks to a smooth 2-1 win over NYRB.

Can we call it a dynasty yet? Sporting KC's third Open Cup win in six years might not have come in the type of consecutive run of years that marked Seattle's reign as champions around the turn of the decade -- a run ended, poetically enough, by Sporting KC -- but when added to the 2004 triumph, it takes Sporting into a select group of four-time winners.

Just as importantly, perhaps, this is the third time Peter Vermes has won this trophy in his reign at the club, and when you add it to the 2013...

Jay Heaps fired, but New England Revolution still beset by problems

ESPN FC's Brian McBride assesses what went wrong for Jay Heaps following his sacking by the Revolution.

Jay Heaps was fired as manager of the New England Revolution on Monday, and there was much cheering, at least among certain segments of the fan base. But as emotionally satisfying as Heaps' ousting might be for some fans, it shouldn't be -- can't be -- the only change that takes place in the Revs organization.

This is a franchise that isn't so much adrift as it is in a death spiral. The Revs were second in the Eastern Conference in 2014, fifth a year later, and then missed the playoffs in 2016,...

 By Matt Pentz

Bobby Dodd Stadium was integral in establishing Atlanta United traditions

Alejandro Moreno and Steve Nicol break down what Atlanta United are doing right to find early success in MLS.
Taylor Twellman says Atlanta United, still in their first season, are setting the standard for all clubs in MLS.

When it became clear that construction delays were going to push the opening of Mercedes-Benz Stadium toward the back half of 2017, Atlanta United staffers took to calling their search for a temporary home "Project Lemonade."

Instead of opening their inaugural Major League Soccer campaign inside the $1.6 billion palace they were to share with the NFL's Falcons, suddenly Atlanta United were forced to scramble for a solution that wouldn't jeopardize their first and best chance at establishing a local...