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October 29th, 2004 2:23PM

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MLS QUARTERFINALS: The MetroStars will be trying to overcome a two-goal deficit when they travel to D.C. United on Saturday (live, 7 pm ET, FSW & Direct Kick Channel). Los Angeles hosts Colorado, which won the first leg, 1-0, Saturday (live, 10 pm ET, FSW & Direct Kick Channel). San Jose takes a two-goal advantage to Kansas City on Saturday (live, 8:30 pm ET Direct Kick Channel; delay, Sunday, 3 pm ET, FSW). And on Sunday, Columbus has the home-field advantage as it tries to make up a one-goal deficit against New England (live, 5 pm, ESPN2).


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