Join Now  | 
Home About Contact Us Privacy & Security Advertise
Soccer America Daily Soccer World Daily Special Edition Around The Net Soccer Business Insider College Soccer Reporter Youth Soccer Reporter Soccer on TV Soccer America Classifieds Game Report
Paul Gardner: SoccerTalk Soccer America Confidential Youth Soccer Insider World Cup Watch
RSS Feeds Archives Manage Subscriptions Subscribe
Order Current Issue Subscribe Manage My Subscription Renew My Subscription Gift Subscription
My Account Join Now
Tournament Calendar Camps & Academies Soccer Glossary Classifieds
Breaking down Eastern Conference scenarios
October 22nd, 2012 11:30PM
Subscribe to Soccer America Daily

MOST READ
TAGS:  mls

MOST COMMENTED

[MLS SPOTLIGHT]All five playoff berths have been decided, though we don't know yet who will play whom. Only current leader Sporting Kansas City is assured of avoiding a play-in game. The four games that matter will take place one after the other -- one on Wednesday and three on Saturday. For a look at the various scenarios ...

EASTERN CONFERENCE
STANDINGS:
PTS TEAM W-L-T- +/-
60 Sporting KC 17-7-9 40/26
57 D.C. United 17-10-6 52/42
56 Chicago 17-11-5 45/40
54 New York 15-9-9 54/46
53 Houston 14-8-11 48/39

GOALS SCORED:
+/- TEAM
54/46 New York
52/42 D.C. United
48/39 Houston
45/40 Chicago
40/26 Sporting KC

WEEK 33:
Wednesday, October 24
Sporting KC vs. Philadelphia, 8:30 pm
Saturday, October 27
Philadelphia vs. New York, 1:30 pm NBC
Chicago vs. D.C. United, 4 pm NBCSN
Colorado vs. Houston, 9 pm

1. Sporting KC 60 points (40/26 +/-).Wednesday: vs. Philadelphia.
Finishes ...
First:
win or tie vs. Philadelphia OR Chicago win or tie vs. D.C. United.
Second:loss vs. Philadelphia AND D.C. United win vs. Chicago.
*Mathematical possibility exists that Sporting KC could lose out to D.C. United for first based on goals scored or on goal difference.

2. D.C. United 57 points (52/42 +/1).Saturday: at Chicago.
Finishes ...
First:win vs. Chicago AND Sporting KC loss vs. Philadelphia.
Second:win vs. Chicago AND Sporting KC win or tie vs. Philadelphia; OR tie vs. Chicago.
*Third:loss to Chicago AND New York loss or tie vs. Philadelphia.
*Fourth: loss to Chicago AND New York win over Philadelphia.
*Mathematical possibility exists that D.C. United could lose out to Sporting KC for first or beat out New York for third based on goals scored or on goal difference.

3. Chicago 56 points (45/40 +/1).Saturday vs. D.C. United.
Finishes ...
Second:win vs. D.C. United.
*Third: tie vs. D.C. United AND New York loss or tie vs. Philadelphia; OR loss vs. D.C. United AND New York tie or loss vs. Philadelphia AND Houston tie or loss with Colorado.
*Fourth: loss vs. D.C. United AND New York win vs. Philadelphia OR Houston win over Colorado; OR tie vs. D.C. United AND New York win.
*Fifth: loss vs. D.C. United AND New York win vs. Philadelphia AND Houston win over Colorado.
*Mathematical possibility exists that Chicago could beat out New York and Houston for third or New York or Houston for fourth based on goals scored or goal difference.

4. New York 54 points (54/46 +/1). Saturday: at Philadelphia.
Finishes ...
Third:win vs. Philadelphia AND Chicago loss or tie vs. D.C. United.
Fourth: tie or loss vs. Philadelphia AND Houston tie or loss vs. Colorado.
Fifth:tie or loss vs. Philadelphia AND Houston win over Colorado.
*Mathematical possibility exists that New York could beat out Houston for fourth or lose out to D.C. United or Chicago for third based on goals scored or goal difference.

5. Houston 53 points (48/39 +/-). Saturday: at Colorado.
Finishes ...
Third:win vs. Colorado AND Chicago loss vs. D.C. United AND New York loss or tie vs. Philadelphia.
Fourth: win vs. Colorado AND Chicago win or tie vs. D.C. United AND New York loss or tie vs. Philadelphia; OR win vs. Colorado AND Chicago loss vs. D.C. United AND New York win vs. Philadelphia.
Fifth:loss or tie vs. Colorado; OR win vs. Colorado AND New York win vs. Philadelphia and AND Chicago win or tie vs. Philadelphia.
*Mathematical possibility exists that Houston could lose out to Chicago for third or fourth or beat out New York for fourth based on goals scored or goal difference.



No comments yet.

Sign in to leave a comment. Don't have an account? Join Now




AUTHORS

ARCHIVES
FOLLOW SOCCERAMERICA

Recent Soccer America Daily
USA-Costa Rica: Olympic tuneups end with easy win    
The USA closed out its preparations for the Olympic women's soccer tournament on Friday when it ...
Video Pick: Golazo by Dortmund's Dembele vs. Manchester United    
Why did Borussia Dortmund spend a reported $15 million to get 19-year-old Ousmane Dembele from French ...
Arsenal names roster for U.S. trip    
Arsenal's preliminary list of players who will travel to the United States includes American midfielder Gedion ...
What They're Saying: Axel Sjoberg    
"I don't think I have to sell myself to Dominic Kinnear. He picked the team and ...
USA-Costa Rica: Scorcher expected for final Rio tuneup    
The USA plays its last game before it heads off to the Rio Olympics when it ...
MLS Countdown: Marsch comments roil waters for derby    
Three times a year comes the question: will New York be red or blue? The Hudson ...
Crowd Count: FC Cincinnati sets another USL record    
FC Cincinnati set a USL single-season attendance record when it drew 16,127 fans Wednesday at Nippert ...
MLS Countdown: Quakes duo has red cards rescinded    
The San Jose Earthquakes will have their Panamaniacs available for a game at Real Salt Lake ...
MLS Moves: Orlando bolsters backline with Aja signing    
The first player signed by Orlando City after the hiring of head coach Jason Kreis has ...
U.S. Abroad: Ankle injury sidelines Hyndman    
Emerson Hyndman, who joined Premier League club Bournemouth from Fulham as a free agent in the ...
>> Soccer America Daily Archives