River-Boca on tap, Houston Dynamo playoff hopes end

River Plate product Tomas Martinez has been a staple of Dynamo lineups in 2019. Credit: Houston Dynamo

The Houston Dynamo are officially eliminated from playoff contention, sentencing their absence from the MLS Cup Playoffs in five of the past six seasons. The Dash are off this week but will be heading down to Monterrey, Mexico for a friendly with Liga MX side Tigres on Saturday night.

On the global scale, one of the most heated rivalries in the sport takes place on Tuesday night as Argentina's River Plate and Boca Juniors face off in the Copa Libertadores semifinals. The matchup is a rematch of the Libertadores finals from last year, a series that had to be finished in Spain because it was not deemed safe to conclude in Argentina.

Here is a review of the past week in soccer:

Major League Soccer

Last Wednesday, LAFC demolished the Houston Dynamo by a scoreline of 3-1 to clinch the best record in MLS and home field throughout the playoffs. The Supporters Shield is the two-year club's first major trophy. Four other Western Conference teams clinched a playoff spot, leaving only two to be decided for the final day of the regular season.

In the East, NYCFC clinched the top spot and a bye in the first round. New England defeated NYCFC on Sunday to secure the final playoff spot in the conference.

Every match will be played simultaneously on Sunday in MLS' "Decision Day." Aside from the final two playoff berths, seeding in the playoffs is also to be decided. Spots 2-4 in each conference host in the first round.

With two goals this week, Carlos Vela tied the single-season scoring record (31) set by Atlata's Josef Martinez in 2018. Zlatan Ibrahimovic is not far behind in the Golden Boot race with 29 as the Galaxy come to Houston on Sunday.

East top seven: 1. y - NYCFC (61), 2. x - Atlanta (55), 3. x - Philadelphia (55), 4. x - D.C. United (49), 5. x - NY Red Bulls (48), 6. x - Toronto (47), 7. x - New England (45)

West top seven (and playoff hopefuls): 1. s - LAFC (69), 2. x - Minnesota (53), 3. x - Seattle (53), 4. x - LA Galaxy (51), 5. x - Real Salt Lake (50), 6. Portland (46), 7. Dallas (45), 8. San Jose (44), 9. Colorado (42)

Scoring leader: 31 - Carlos Vela (LAFC)

Assists leader: 20 - Maxi Morales (NYCFC)

National Women's Soccer League

The four teams in the NWSL playoffs have been decided with only the semifinal matchups to be decided as the league enters it's final two weeks. The Houston Dash will miss out on the postseason once more, a feat never accomplished in club history.

Standings: 1. s - North Carolina Courage (46), 2. x - Chicago Red Stars (44), 3. x - Portland Thorns (39), 4. x - Reign FC (37), 5. Utah Royals (31), 6. Washington Spirit (30), 7. Houston Dash (26), 8. Sky Blue FC (20), 9. Orlando Pride (15)

Scoring leader: 18 - Sam Kerr (Chicago)

Assists leader: 8 - Yuki Nagasato (Chicago)

English Premier League

Matchday 7 Results

  • Sheffield Utd 0-1 Liverpool
  • Crystal Palace 2-0 Norwich City
  • Aston Villa 2-2 Burnley
  • Bournemouth 2-2 West Ham
  • Wolves 2-0 Watford
  • Tottenham 2-1 Southampton
  • Chelsea 1-0 Brighton
  • Everton 1-3 Manchester City
  • Leicester City 5-0 Newcastle
  • Manchester United 1-1 Arsenal

Top six: Liverpool (21), Man City (16), Leicester City (14), Arsenal (12), West Ham (12), Tottenham (11)

Scoring leader: 8 - Sergio Aguero (Man City)

Assists leader: 8 - Kevin De Bruyne (Man City)

Spanish La Liga

Matchday 6 Results

  • Valladolid 1-1 Granada
  • Real Betis 3-1 Levante
  • FC Barcelona 2-1 Villareal
  • RCD Mallorca 0-2 Atletico Madrid
  • Leganes 1-1 Athletic Bilbao
  • Valencia 3-3 Getafe
  • Real Madrid 2-0 Osasuna
  • Eibar 3-2 Sevilla
  • Celta Vigo 1-1 Espanyol
  • Real Sociedad 3-0 Alaves

Matchday 7 Results

  • Villareal 5-1 Real Betis
  • Athletic Bilbao 0-1 Valencia
  • Getafe 0-2 FC Barcelona
  • Granada 1-0 Leganes
  • Atletico Madrid 0-0 Real Madrid
  • Espanyol 0-2 Valladolid
  • Eibar 2-0 Celta Vigo
  • Alaves 2-0 RCD Mallorca
  • Levante 1-1 Osasuna
  • Sevilla 3-2 Real Sociedad

Top six: Real Madrid (15), Granada (14), Atletico Madrid (14), FC Barcelona (13), Real Sociedad (13), Sevilla (13)

Scoring leader: 6 - Gerard Moreno (Villareal)

Assists leader: 3 - Five players tied

German Bundesliga

Matchday 6 Results

  • Union Berlin 1-2 Eintracht Frankfurt
  • Hoffenheim 0-3 Monchengladbach
  • Mainz 0-1 Wolfsburg
  • Augsburg 0-3 Bayer Leverkusen
  • Paderborn 2-3 Bayern Munich
  • RB Leipzig 1-3 Schalke 04
  • Dortmund 2-2 Werder Bremen
  • Fortuna 1-2 Freiburg
  • Cologne 0-4 Hertha Berlin

Top six: Bayern Munich (14), RB Leipzig (13), Freiburg (13), Schalke 04 (13), Monchengladbach (13), Bayer Leverkusen (13)

Scoring leader: 10 - Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich)

Assists leader: 4 - Jadon Sancho (Dortmund)

Italian Serie A

Matchday 5 Results

  • Hellas Verona 0-0 Udinese
  • Brescia 1-2 Juventus
  • Roma 0-2 Atalanta
  • SPAL 1-3 Lecce
  • Napoli 0-1 Cagliari
  • Genoa 0-0 Bologna
  • Fiorentina 2-1 Sampdoria
  • Parma 1-0 Sassuolo
  • Inter Milan 1-0 Lazio
  • Torino 2-1 AC Milan

Matchday 6 Results

  • Juventus 2-0 SPAL
  • Sampdoria 1-3 Inter Milan
  • Sassuolo 1-4 Atalanta
  • Napoli 2-1 Brescia
  • Lazio 4-0 Genoa
  • Udinese 1-0 Bolognia
  • Lecce 0-1 Roma
  • Cagliari 1-1 Hellas Verona
  • AC Milan 1-3 Fiorentina
  • Parma 3-2 Torino

Top six: Inter Milan (18), Juventus (16), Atalanta (13), Napoli (12), Roma (11), Lazio (10)

Scoring leader: 5 - Four players tied

Assists leader: 4 - Three players tied

French Ligue 1

Matchday 7 Results

  • Dijon 0-0 Marseille
  • Monaco 3-1 Nice
  • Brest 2-2 Lyon
  • St-Etienne 0-1 Metz
  • Amiens 1-3 Bordeaux
  • Nantes 1-0 Rennes
  • Montpellier 1-0 Nimes
  • Toulouse 0-2 Angers
  • Lille 2-0 Strasbourg
  • PSG 0-2 Stade Reims

Matchday 8 Results

  • Lyon 0-1 Nantes
  • Bordeaux 0-1 PSG
  • Stade Reims 1-2 Dijon
  • Metz 2-2 Toulouse
  • Monaco 4-1 Brest
  • Angers 1-1 Amiens
  • Nice 1-1 Lille
  • Strasbourg 1-0 Montpellier
  • Nimes 0-1 St-Etienne
  • Marseille 1-1 Rennes

Top six: PSG (18), Angers (16), Nantes (16), Lille (14), Marseille (13), Nice (13)

Scoring leader: 6 - Three players tied

Assists leader: 4 - Islam Slimani (Monaco)

Netherlands Eredivisie

Matchday 8 - Top Results

  • Ajax 2-0 Groningen
  • Waalwijk 1-2 Vitesse
  • Zwolle 0-2 PSV
  • AZ Alkmaar 2-0 Heracles
  • Feyenoord 5-1 Twente

Top four: Ajax (20), PSV (20), AZ Alkmaar (19), Vitesse (17)

Scoring leader: 8 - Donyell Malen (PSV Eindhoven)

Assists leader: 8 - Dusan Tadic (Ajax)

Portuguese Primeira Liga

Matchday 7 - Top Results

  • Benfica 1-0 Setubal
  • Famalicao 3-1 Belenenses
  • Vitoria 1-0 Pacos Ferreira
  • Rio Ave 0-1 Porto
  • Aves 0-1 Sporting CP

Top four: Famalicao(19), Benfica (18), Porto (18), Vitoria (12)

Scoring leader: 6 - Pizzi (Benfica) / Ze Luis (Porto)

Assists leader: 4 - Bruno Fernandes (Sporting)

Scottish Premiership

Matchday 7 - Top Results

  • Hibernian 1-1 Celtic
  • Rangers 5-0 Aberdeen
  • St. Johnstone 0-1 Motherwell

Top four: Celtic (19), Rangers (18), Motherwell (13), Aberdeen (11)

Scoring leader: 6 - Jermain Defoe (Rangers) / Ryan Christie (Celtic)

Assists leader: 4 - James Forrest (Celtic)

Mexican Liga MX

Matchday 11 Results

  • Queretaro 1-2 Necaxa
  • Tigres 0-1 Puebla
  • Leon 1-1 Atlas
  • Guadalajara 2-4 Pachuca
  • Santos 5-0 Veracruz
  • Juarez 1-1 Club America
  • Cruz Azul 1-1 Monterrey
  • Tijuana 3-2 Monarcas
  • Toluca 3-1 Atletico San Luis

Matchday 12 Results

  • Puebla 2-1 Leon
  • Atlas 2-0 Queretaro
  • Pachuca 2-0 Cruz Azul
  • Necaxa 0-0 Juarez
  • Monterrey 0-2 Tigres
  • Club America 4-1 Guadalajara
  • Pumas 2-0 Santos
  • Atletico San Luis 2-3 Tijuana
  • Veracruz 1-1 Toluca

Top Eight: 1. Santos Laguna (23), 2. Necaxa (21), 3. Club America (21), 4. Leon (19), 5. Pachuca (18), 6. Queretaro (18), 7. Tigres (17), 8. Pumas (17)

Scoring leader: 8 - Julio Furch (Santos)

Assists leader: 8 - Miller Bolanos (Tijuana)

Liga MX clubs Tigres UANL and Santos will face off in a club friendly in Houston during the October FIFA International window. Tickets on sale at

Liga MX Femenil

Matchday 13 Results

  • Necaxa 0-1 Queretaro
  • Juarez 1-2 UANL
  • Atlas 2-2 Cruz Azul
  • UNAM 1-1 Monarcas
  • Veracruz 1-1 Guadalajara
  • America 2-1 Pachuca
  • Santos 0-0 Puebla
  • Atletico San Luis 1-2 Leon
  • Tijuana 2-1 Toluca

Top Eight: 1. Monterrey (30), 2. Pachuca (26), 3. Tigres (25), 4. Guadalajara (23), 5. Atlas (21), 6. America (21), 7. Tijuana (21), 8. Monarcas (18)

Scoring leader: 13 - Mónica Monsiváis (Monterrey)

Argentina Superliga

Matchday 8 Results

  • Aldosivi 1-2 Union
  • Patronato 1-1 Lanus
  • Arsenal 3-0 Estudiantes
  • Gimnasia 0-2 River Plate
  • Boca 1-1 Newells
  • Banfield 0-1 San Lorenzo
  • Huracan 0-0 Atletico Tucuman
  • Velez 0-1 Defensa y Justicia
  • Rosario Central 1-1 Racing Club
  • Independiente 3-2 Talleres Cordoba
  • Cordoba 1-0 Godoy Cruz
  • Colon 1-0 Argentinos Juniors

Top four: Boca (18), San Lorenzo (16), Talleres Cordoba (16), Arsenal Sarandi (15)

Scoring leader: 4 - Bruno Pitton (San Lorenzo) / Nicolas Dominguez (Velez)

Assists leader: 3 - Mathias Abero Villan (Patronato)

Argentina Female

The first matchday in Argentina's female football featured the first Boca vs. River matchup of the professional era.

Matchday 1 Results

  • Villa 1-5 Rosario Central
  • Gimnasia 2-0 Huracan
  • Platense 1-5 Racing Club
  • Estudiantes 3-1 Belgrano
  • SAT 1-0 El Porvenir
  • Boca Juniors 5-0 River Plate
  • Lanus 1-3 San Lorenzo
  • Urquiza 2-1 Independiente

Top four: SAT (3), Boca Juniors (3) Racing Club (3), Rosario Central (3)

TV listings (All Times CT):

Tuesday, October 1

12:00 p.m. - [UEFA Champions League] Real Madrid vs. Club Brugge (TNT, UniMas, TUDN)

1:45 p.m. - [English Championship] Leeds vs. West Bromwich (ESPN+)

2:00 p.m. - [UEFA Champions League] Tottenham vs. Bayern Munich (TNT, Galavision)

2:00 p.m. - [UEFA Champions League] Juventus vs. Bayer Leverkusen (UniMas, TUDN)

2:00 p.m. - [UEFA Champions League] Galatasaray vs. PSG (B/R Live)

2:00 p.m. - [UEFA Champions League] Lokomotiv Moscow vs. Atletico Madrid (B/R Live)

2:00 p.m. - [UEFA Champions League] Manchester City vs. Dinamo Zagreb (B/R Live)

7:30 p.m. - [Copa Libertadores] River Plate vs. Boca Juniors (beIN SPORTS)

Wednesday, October 2

12:00 p.m. - [UEFA Champions League] Slavia Prague vs. Borussia Dortmund (TNT, Galavision)

12:00 p.m. - [UEFA Champions League] Genk vs. Napoli (UniMas, TUDN)

2:00 p.m. - [UEFA Champions League] FC Barcelona vs. Inter Milan (TNT, UniMas, TUDN)

2:00 p.m. - [UEFA Champions League] Liverpool vs. Salzburg (Galavision, B/R Live)

2:00 p.m. - [UEFA Champions League] RB Leipzig vs. Lyon (B/R Live)

2:00 p.m. - [UEFA Champions League] Valencia vs. Ajax (B/R Live)

2:00 p.m. - [UEFA Champions League] Lille vs. Chelsea (B/R Live)

7:30 p.m. - [Copa Libertadores] Gremio vs. Flamengo (beIN SPORTS)

Thursday, October 3

12:00 p.m. - [UEFA Europa League] AZ Alkmaar vs. Manchester United (TUDN, B/R Live)

12:00 p.m. - [UEFA Europa League] Feyenoord vs. Porto (Galavision, B/R Live)

12:00 p.m. - [UEFA Europa League] Wolfsburg vs. Roma (B/R Live)

12:00 p.m. - [UEFA Europa League] Besiktas vs. Wolves (UniMas, B/R Live)

12:00 p.m. - [UEFA Europa League] Young Boys vs. Rangers (B/R Live)

2:00 p.m. - [UEFA Europa League] Sevilla vs. APOEL (UniMas, B/R Live)

2:00 p.m. - [UEFA Europa League] Sporting CP vs. LASK (Galavision, B/R Live)

2:00 p.m. - [UEFA Europa League] Arsenal vs. Standard Liege (TUDN, B/R Live)

2:00 p.m. - [UEFA Europa League] Rosenborg vs. PSV Eindhoven (B/R Live)

2:00 p.m. - [UEFA Europa League] Celtic vs. Cluj (B/R Live)

Atlanta United FC won the 2018 MLS Cup and are one of the favorites along with LAFC and NYCFC. Photo: Victor Araiza / SportsMap Houston

The 2019 Major League Soccer regular season concluded on October 5th and, after a stop in the schedule due to the FIFA International break, the MLS Cup Playoffs get underway this weekend. The change in the playoff format is one of the bigger talking points about the postseason, one that ends with the MLS Cup Final on November 10.

Playoff Format

  • Straight-bracket format made up of 13 single-elimination matches
  • Higher seed hosts in every encounter through MLS Cup Final
  • #1 seed in East and West bypass the first round
  • Number of playoff teams increased from 12 to 14
  • No interruption due to FIFA International break
In the event of a draw, matches would go to extra time and a penalty kick shootout if necessary. One additional substitute (a '"4th substitute'") will be made available in ET.
Yellow card accumulation resets at the start of the playoffs. Any red cards in the postseason will carry over to the 2020 regular season.

​Eastern Conference

1. New York City FC

How does NYCFC part with one of the most prolific goalscorers in MLS history (David Villa) and come back the next season to dominate the competition? They have a more complete team. Brazilian forward Heber has been a solid addition with 15 goals to his name and having the top assist man in the league in Maxi Moralez also helps. Former Pep Guardiola assistant Domènec Torrent has taught consistency to his side, one that never lost two consecutive matches more than once during the regular season.

Because of the MLB Playoffs and the potential of the Yankees playing in the World Series, NYCFC's opening game has been moved from Yankee Stadium to the Mets' Citi Field. Still, the road in the East runs through NYC.

2. Atlanta United FC

The defending champions are back but under a different manager than the one that took them to the promise land (Mexico Manager Gerardo Martino) and their former midfield maestro (Newcastle's Miguel Almiron). The "Five Stripes" have shown to fare fine with goal machine Josef Martinez and Argentine sensations Pity Martinez and Ezequiel Barco leading the way in attack. The road back to the final has not been easy for Atlanta but Frank de Boer's men have found a formula and have to be regarded among the favorites to win it all.

3. Philadelphia Union

The Union were quietly been one of the better teams during the regular season. Adding Mexican World Cup veteran Marco Fabian certainly raised their game, as did the stellar season from German forward Kacper Przybyłko. The Union also have one of the better goalkeepers in the league in Jamaica's Andre Blake.

Playoffs is a different animal, however. The first hurdle is to win the opening game, something the Union have never done in their three other playoff campaigns. From there, they'll have to eventually translate their good form on the road. If they can get it together, this could be the dark horse in the East.

4. Toronto FC

What a fall from grace Toronto has had. Once the dominant force in the league with the trio of Sebastian Giovinco, Michael Bradley and Jozy Altidore, TFC are far from the team that went to back-to-back MLS finals and conquered the 2017 MLS Cup. The departure of Giovinco was the story of the offseason but now the Reds are back after missing the playoffs in 2018. The new star on the block? Spanish midfielder Alejandro Pozuelo.

If Pozuelo can connect with Altidore and Bradley the way Gio used to, maybe TFC can do something.

5. D.C. United

The story of this tale is Wayne Rooney's final shot to win an MLS title before he departs back to England to be a player-coach in the Championship next year. The famed England forward turned D.C. United from pretender to contender with his arrival last season. He alone, however, could not carry the team past the opening round of the playoffs and they were eliminated on penalties at home.

So the whole year has built up to the return. Will Rooney depart on a hero's farewell like Beckham did or will he leave without a title like Thierry Henry? He'll need help from Argentine midfielder Luciano Acosta and it doestn hurt that Bill Hamid had a great year in goal.

6. New York Red Bulls

The Red Bulls are one of the leaders among MLS teams when it comes to generating youth talent. They've also been one of the consistent teams through the years, completing a decade of playoff appearances this season. Unfortunately for them, this may be as far as the come in their quest to win the elusive MLS Cup.

Bradley Wright-Phillips is no longer a goal machine and midfielder Kaku has regressed, meaning that top scorer Daniel Royer may have to carry them through the playoffs. Sounds like a tall task. If BWP and Kaku all of a sudden flip the switch then maybe there have a shot. It'll be a hell of a story if they manage to get far.

7. New England Revolution

New England are not the seventh best team in the league, they're better. The incredible part of their journey to the playoffs is how they started with a novice coach in legendary U.S. goalkeeper Brad Friedel and opened the wallet - a rarity for the Krafts to do with the Revs - to bring in qualified people at important positions. The addition of former U.S. coach Bruce Arena, Argentine striker Gustavo Bou and Spanish midfielder Carles Gil has made all the difference.

In a one-off playoff game, this team can absolutely beat Atlanta. New England can definitely make the playoffs interesting.

Western Conference

1. Los Angeles FC

What else is there to say about the odds on favorite? The road to the title run through LAFC. They have the best manager in the league in Bob Bradley. The have the record-breaking goalscorer in Carlos Vela. They have a young difference maker in Diego Rossi. They outscored their opposition by 48 more goals!

Well, they still have to play the games and a single-elimination format doesn't favor LAFC. Plus there's that monkey on their back from losing their inaugural playoff match in 2018 and struggling in the single-elimination U.S. Open Cup tournament. Lots still to prove for the Black and Gold.

2. Seattle Sounders FC

The Sounders are the model of consistency. Since their MLS debut in 2009, Seattle fans have seen playoff soccer every year. It's been a little while since that 2016 MLS Cup title, however, and Seattle fans will voice their concerns if this team fails to at least the next round - where another playoff series with rival Portland could await them.

International players in Peru's Raul Ruidiaz, Uruguay's Nicolas Lodeiro​ and USA's Jordan Morris​ will be key to Seattle's success. With players like that, the expectations have to be high.

3. Real Salt Lake

​RSL are another one of these consistent team's that have made their participation in the playoffs almost automatic. They'll have a chance because they open the postseason at home but how far can they really get? The interesting story this season was the dismissal of Manager Mike Petke after an incident with a referee in the Leagues Cup tournament. Interim Freddy Juarez has managed the team to a third place finish.

In the playoffs, RSL's chances will come down to the performances of Albert Rusnak, Jefferson Savarino and Damir Kreilach ​in the attacking game.

4. Minnesota United FC

​The Loons are in the playoffs for the first time ever and will host the LA Galaxy in front of a raucous home crowd at Allianz Field.The key is Colombian midfielder Darwin Quintero, once one of the wrecking forces in Liga MX. They'll be solid in defense thanks to the additions of Osvaldo Alonso and Ike Opara. Can they match the offensive difference makers in the West? They can if they can get four good games out of Quintero.

5. Los Angeles Galaxy

​The evil villain, the five-time champs, the team with the stars. There's no secret here. Goal machine Zlatan Ibrahimovic and midfield maestro Cristian Pavon must lead the way and guide the Galaxy to victory. The Achilles heel of the team is its defense so, in this case, the best defense is a great offense. They certainly have the men for that job.

6. Portland Timbers

​Many people may not remember this but the Portland Timbers were the runners up in last year's MLS Cup Final, the first season under Manager Giovanni Savarese. This season was challenging because the Timbers had to begin the season with a stretch of 12 straight road games due to stadium renovations. The team also hit a home run with the addition of Liga MX goalscorer Bryan Fernandez. ​Fernandez, however, is sidelined after checking himself into the league's substance abuse program voluntarily.

Where does that leave the Timbers? Former MLS MVP Diego Valeri, forward Diego Chara and midfielder Sebastian Blanco can lead them to the final again. The question is can they close out the deal? Probably not without Fernandez.

7. FC Dallas

FC Dallas has secured a spot in the playoffs by betting on their young prospects and the promotion of their former Academy Director to the First Team Manager position. They did hit a few lucky breaks near the end and the implosion of the San Jose Earthquakes helped out too.

So what are their chances? By no means are they regarded as "contenders" but they are riding on house money. They do have a veteran presence in attack with Michael Barrios and 2019 newcomer Zdenek Ondrasek, who just scored against England in UEFA Euro 2020 qualyfing. The rest will come down to youngsters Jesus Ferreira and U.S. national team midfielder Paxton Pomykal playing beyond their years.

It will be a big surprise if they defeat Seattle but not unlike any other surprise we've seen in playoff sports.

TV listings (All Times CT):

Saturday, October 19

12:00 p.m. - [First round] Atlanta United vs. New England Revolution (Univision)

2:30 p.m. - [First round] Seattle Sounders FC vs. FC Dallas (FS1)

5:00 p.m. - [First round] Toronto FC vs. D.C. United (TUDN)

9:00 p.m. - [First round] Real Salt Lake vs. Portland Timbers (ESPNews)

Sunday, October 20

2:00 p.m. - [First round] Philadelphia Union vs. New York Red Bulls (FS1)

7:30 p.m. - [First round] Minnesota United FC vs. LA Galaxy (ESPN)

Wednesday, October 23

6:00 p.m. - [Conference Semifinals] New York City FC vs. Toronto FC/D.C. United (FS1)

9:00 p.m. - [Conference Semifinals] Philadelphia/NYRB vs. Atlanta/New England (FS1)

Thursday, October 24

7:00 p.m. - [Conference Semifinals] RSL/Portland vs. Sounders/Dallas (ESPN2)

9:30p.m. - [Conference Semifinals] Los Angeles FC vs. Minnesota/LA Galaxy (ESPN)

Tuesday, October 29

TBD - [Conference Finals] TBD vs. TBD (ESPN)

Wednesday, October 30

TBD - [Conference Finals] TBD vs. TBD (FS1)

Sunday, November 10

2:00 p.m. - MLS Cup 2019 (ABC, Univision / TUDN)

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