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August 7th, 2007 7AM
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MLS STATISTICS (through Aug. 5)
STANDINGS
Eastern Conference
Team W-L-T PTS
New England 9-4-6 33
Kansas City 8-6-5 29
D.C. United 8-6-3 27
New York 8-7-3 27
Columbus 6-5-8 26
Chicago 5-8-5 20
Toronto FC 5-9-5 20

Western Conference
Team W-L-T PTS
Houston 10-6-4 34
FC Dallas 10-6-3 33
Chivas USA 8-6-3 27
Colorado 4-9-6 18
Los Angeles 3-5-5 14
Real Salt Lake 2-9-6 12

SCHEDULE (home team first, times ET)
Thursday, Aug. 9
D.C. United-Los Angeles, 7 pm.
Saturday, Aug. 11
FC Dallas-Columbus, 8:30 pm.
Colorado-Houston, 9 pm.
Sunday, Aug. 12
New York-Toronto FC, 5 pm.
New England-Los Angeles, 7 pm.
(Direct Kick Package and regional TV schedule will appear in Friday's Daily.)

WEEK 17 RESULTS
Thursday, Aug. 2
New England 2 Kansas City 0
Saturday, Aug. 4
Chicago 0 Columbus 0
FC Dallas 1 Colorado 0
Real Salt Lake 1 Houston 0
Sunday, Aug. 5
New England 0 D.C. United 3
Toronto FC 0 Los Angeles 0

LEADING SCORERS
Player (Team) GP G
Luciano Emilio (D.C. United) 17 12
Johnson (Kansas City) 13 12
Angel (New York) 12 9
Twellman (New England) 16 8
Dorman (New England) 19 7
Galindo (Chivas USA) 16 7
Ching (Houston) 15 6
Cunningham (Toronto FC) 15 6
Ngwenya (Houston) 20 6
Razov (Chivas USA) 17 6
Toja (FC Dallas) 19 6

ATTENDANCE
Team: average home attendance
Los Angeles: 22,586
Toronto FC: 20,089
D.C. United: 17,722
Real Salt Lake: 15,927
Colorado: 14,926
Chicago: 14,685
FC Dallas: 14,681
Houston: 14,417
New England: 14,364
Chivas USA: 13,013
Columbus: 12,698
New York: 11,514
Kansas City: 9,484
Leaguewide: 117 games, 1,749,954 fans for 14,954.

GOALSCORING AVERAGE
Team: goals scored per game
New England: 1.82
D.C. United: 1.63
Kansas City: 1.78
New York: 1.44
Chivas USA: 1.41
Houston: 1.40
FC Dallas: 1.32
Los Angeles: 1.31
Columbus: 1.21
Toronto FC: 0.95
Chicago: 0.89
Colorado: 0.84
Real Salt Lake: 0.82
Leaguewide goals per game average: 2.57 goals per game.



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