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What would the MLS Playoff games be if they were played now?

By Jose Castro

What would the MLS Playoff games be if they were played now?

There are two weeks left for the MLS regular season to end, some teams are classified

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There are two weeks left for the MLS regular season to end, some teams are classified, others are fighting for a place and some are completely eliminated. They will be crucial and exciting days for fans and clubs who dream of being champions.

The panorama in the Western Conference is as follows: LAFC secured its first position in the playoffs, Austin FC has a guaranteed place along with FC Dallas, but it remains to be seen in which position they will finish in the season.

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If the season ended today, these would be the playoff duels in the Western Conference: Austin FC (#2) would be local against Minnesota United FC (#7) - FC Dallas (#3) would be local against Portland Timbers (#6) - Nashville SC (#4) would be local against LA Galaxy (#5). LAFC will have a guaranteed place in the semifinals by finishing in the first position.

In the Eastern Conference the picture is as follows: Philadelphia Union has secured its place but without having a specific position. CF Montreal is also qualified along with the New York Red Bulls.

The landscape in the East

So these would be the playoff games: CF Montréal (#2) would be home to Inter Miami CF (#7, New York Red Bulls (#3) would be home to FC Cincinnati (#6) and New York City FC (#4 ) would be local against Orlando City SC (#5).


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