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MLS Playoff Race
September 27th, 2007 7AM

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D.C. United, Houston, New England and Chivas USA have clinched playoff spots. More can join them this week.

MLS PLAYOFF RACE
Team Points-Games Left-Max-Pts.

*D.C. United 50-4-62
*Chivas USA 47-5-62
*New England 46-4-58
*Houston Dynamo 45-4-57
FC Dallas 40-4-52
NY Red Bulls 38-4-50
Kansas City Wizards 36-4-48
Chicago Fire 32-4-44
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Columbus Crew 31-4-43
Colorado Rapids 29-4-41
Real Salt Lake 23-4-35
LA Galaxy 21-6-39
Toronto FC 21-5-36

* Has clinched a playoff spot

Below are the scenarios in which teams could clinch or be eliminated this week:
 

FC Dallas:
Will clinch a playoff spot IF:
FC Dallas defeats Houston on Sunday AND
Columbus fails to win against Los Angeles on Sunday
OR IF:
FC Dallas ties Houston on Sunday AND
Columbus loses to Los Angeles on Sunday
 

New York Red Bulls:
Will clinch a playoff spot IF:
New York defeats Real Salt Lake on Saturday AND
Colorado fails to win against New England on Saturday AND
Columbus loses against Los Angeles on Sunday
 

Real Salt Lake:
Will be mathematically eliminated from playoff contention IF:
Real Salt Lake fails to win against New York on Saturday AND
Chicago defeats Chivas USA on Saturday
 

Toronto FC:
Will be mathematically eliminated from playoff contention IF:
Toronto FC fails to win against D.C. United on Saturday AND
Chicago defeats Chivas USA on Saturday



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