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2. MLS: Streaks on the line
July 21st, 2006 3:07PM

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This weekend's MLS action features several clashes between the hot and cold.

COLUMBUS CREW (winless in a club record nine games; three straight losses)
vs.
LOS ANGELES GALAXY (unbeaten in five games; five straight shutouts)
Saturday, 4 pm ET, live on ESPN2.

KANSAS CITY WIZARDS (six straight losses)
vs.
NEW YORK RED BULLS (two straight wins)
Saturday, 7:30 pm ET, live on HDNet & FSN-NY.

HOUSTON DYNAMO (unbeaten in nine games)
vs.
NEW ENGLAND
Saturday, 8:30 pm, live of Direct Kick, FSN-Houston & WB-56.

CHICAGO FIRE (two straight losses, both at home)
vs.
D.C. UNITED (six straight wins; undefeated in club record 13 games).
Saturday, 8:30 pm, live on Direct Kick, CSN-Chicago & CSN-DC.

REAL SALT LAKE
vs.
FC DALLAS (two straight wins)
Saturday, 10 pm ET, live on Direct Kick & FSN-SW.


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