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2. MLS: Highs and Lows
July 26th, 2006 5:09PM

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D.C. United's league-leading number of points, from a 13-1-6 record

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Fewest number of points: Real Salt Lake, from a 4-10-4 record.

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Highest MLS attendance average (Los Angeles).

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Lowest attendance average (New England).

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D.C. United's league-leading number of goals scored (1.85 goals per game average).

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Fewest goals scored, Columbus and Los Angeles (0.80 goals per game average).

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Fewest goals allowed (D.C. United).

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Most goals allowed (Columbus).

Wednesday's MLS Games:
Real Salt Lake vs. Chivas USA (TV: Direct Kick & FSN-PT, 9 pm ET)
Colorado vs. Houston Dynamo (9:30 pm ET, not televised.)

Wednesday MLS friendly
Columbus Crew vs. Everton (with U.S. goalkeeper Tim Howard) TV: ESPN2, 7 pm ET.



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