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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.

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
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
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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