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September 12th, 2012 12:48AM

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[WEEK 28] With at least one game in hand on every other team in the Eastern Conference's top seven teams, the Chicago Fire hopes to take advantage when it travels to Toronto FC in Wednesday's lone MLS game. The Fire will move into second place with a win.

WEEK 28, MLS GAMES:
Wednesday, September 12
Toronto FC vs. Chicago, 7 pm
(All times Eastern.)

STANDINGS:
EASTERN CONFERENCE
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/-
50 Sporting KC 15-7-5 34/24
46 New York 13-7-7 46/39
45 Houston 12-7-9 40/24
44 Chicago 13-8-5 35/31
42 Columbus 12-9-6 33/32
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41 D.C. United 12-10-5 43/38
39 Montreal 12-14-3 43/46
28 New England 7-14-7 35/38
26 Philadelphia 7-13-5 25/30
21 Toronto FC 5-16-6 30/48

WESTERN CONFERENCE
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/-
53 San Jose 16-6-5 56/32
47 Seattle 13-6-8 43/28
46 Real Salt Lake 14-11-4 38/33
43 Los Angeles 13-11-4 48/40
37 Vancouver 10-11-7 29/37
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33 FC Dallas 8-12-9 34/38
29 Colorado 9-17-2 36/41
28 Chivas USA 7-12-7 21/41
27 Portland 7-14-6 27/44



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