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Toronto FC vs. Chivas: early predictions

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Which is better: Liga MX or MLS?

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 By Jason Davis

Atlanta United tops MLS Power Rankings, NYCFC's unbeaten streak ends

Week 8 was a goalfest in MLS. Check out all 46 goals here.

1. Atlanta United (+1)
Saturday's marquee matchup was Atlanta's trip to the StubHub Center to take on the surging Galaxy. It did not disappoint, especially for Atlanta fans. While the visitors wasted several chances, they did more than enough to win convincingly and claim the top spot in the rankings.

2. Sporting Kansas City (+2)
There's no legitimate way to process what Sporting did on Friday in a 6-0 home win over Vancouver, in large part because of the double red cards. SKC was up 3-0 at that...

 By Arch Bell

Seattle and Toronto won the past two MLS Cups -- why are they at the bottom of the league?

Alejandro Moreno and Herculez Gomez break down everything that went wrong for Toronto against Chivas in the 1st leg of the CCL final.

For the past two years, both Toronto FC and the Seattle Sounders have stood atop the MLS mountaintop. Seven weeks into the 2018 season, however, the 2016 and 2017 finalists have been anything but dominant in league play.

It's still very early; look no further than Seattle's 2016 season to show that a team can overcome poor form as late as July to make a run to the playoffs and win MLS Cup. All the same, should fans of the two sides be feeling a little worried?

For Toronto FC, despite a 1-3-0...

 By Matt Pentz

Youthful MLS audience is perfect for Earth Day campaign

During Week 8 matches (April 20-22), MLS players will wear special Adidas kits built of technical yarn made from Parley Ocean Plastic.

If something looks a little off when you tune in to your local Major League Soccer match this weekend, don't check your television settings. The off-white and dark-charcoal-colored uniforms sported by each of the league's teams are by design -- and they serve a larger purpose.

The jerseys are made, in part, of marine plastic pulled from beaches and coastal communities and repurposed as fabric. Timed in conjunction with Earth Day on Sunday, they are a result of the league's partnership with Adidas...

Toronto FC success shaped by talent that came through Chivas USA

ESPN FC's Herc Gomez feels Toronto FC have all the tools to win the CONCACAF Champions League against Chivas Guadalajara.

The matchup in this year's CONCACAF Champions League final is awash in irony.

Toronto FC and C.D. Guadalajara will square off in Tuesday's first leg at BMO Field, and on the surface, there seems to be little that connects the two sides. TFC has been around for just more than 10 years. Chivas has been around for more than 110 and has a long, storied history that includes fielding only Mexican players. But when the relationship is expanded to include Chivas USA, Guadalajara's defunct sister club...

 By Arch Bell

Portland Timbers make leap, top four remain same in Power Rankings

From NYCFC's rout of RSL to Darwin Quintero's debut goal, check out all the goals from the seventh round of MLS action.

The Portland Timbers were the big movers this week, while the top four stay unchanged.

1. New York City FC (no change)
NYCFC impressively had Atlanta pinned back at certain stages of Sunday's 2-2 draw. Patrick Vieira keeps showing his coaching chops each week.

2. Atlanta United (no change)
Ezequiel Barco finally made his MLS debut in the 2-2 draw with NYCFC, albeit for just 20 minutes. Buckle up for the Barco-Miguel Almiron-Josef Martinez trio.

3. New York Red Bulls (no change)
After Saturday's...

 By Chris Wright

Schweinsteiger and Ibrahimovic reunite as Fire play host to Galaxy

Zlatan Ibrahimovic heads in what proved to be the winning goal for LA Galaxy at Chicago in his first MLS start.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic marked his first MLS start with the winning goal in LA Galaxy's win over Bastian Schweinsteiger and the Chicago Fire.

When the LA Galaxy traveled to the Chicago Fire on Saturday, it gave two highly decorated stalwarts the chance to once again square off.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic lined up in attack for the Galaxy, while Bastian Schweinsteiger was deployed in central defense by the Fire to directly counteract the Swede.

However, Schweinsteiger was unable to prevent Ibrahimovic from finding the net -- his third goal in three appearances for the Galaxy -- as the visitors mustered a narrow 1-0 victory at Toyota Park.

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