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[SCOREBOARD] Real Salt Lake's 2-1 win over the Philadelphia Union left the top five teams in the Western Conference ranked 1-5 in the overall standings ahead of the top five teams in the Eastern Conference who would claim the other five playoff spots if the regular season ended today. The Los Angeles Galaxy missed a chance to moved six points ahead of second-place Seattle in the Western Conference when Omar Bravo's penalty kick in stoppage time forced the Galaxy to settle for a 2-2 tie at Sporting KC. For all the action ...

WEEK 25 RESULTS:
Sept. 5 in Kansas City, Kan.
Sporting KC 2 Los Angeles 2. Goals: Julio Cesar 2 (unassisted) 72, Omar Bravo 8 (unassisted) 92+; Franklin 3 (Gonzalez 1) 25, Franklin 4 (Beckham 12).
Sporting KC – Nielsen, Sinovic, Besler, Julio Cesar, Collin, Myers, Espinoza (Arnaud 64), Zusi, Jeferson (Saad 80), Sapong, Bravo.
Los Angeles -- Saunders, DeLaGarza, Hejduk, Gonzalez, Dunivant, Franklin, Juninho, Beckham, Magee (Stephens 77), Cristman, Barrett (Donovan 60).
Referee: Ricardo Salazar.
Att.: 20,512
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Sept. 3 in Sandy, Utah
Real Salt Lake 2 Philadelphia 1. Goals: Beckerman 3 (Araujo Jr. 3) 18, Schuler 2 (Beckerman 8) 26; Le Toux 4 (Mapp 3) 30.
Real Salt Lake -- Rimando, Beltran, Olave, Schuler, Russell (Wagner 89), A.Williams, Beckerman, Gil, Warner (Grabavoy 73), Araujo Jr. (Arnoux 66), Espindola.
Philadelphia -- Mondragon (MacMath 46), S.Williams, Califf, Miglioranzi, M.Farfan, Mapp (Torres 68), Le Toux, Nakazawa (Adu 59), Okugo, Paunovic, Mwanga.
Referee: Hilario Grajeda
Att.: 18,720

WEEK 26 SCHEDULE:
Sept. 7
8 pm ET

Philadelphia vs. New England, Galavision
Sept. 9
11 pm ET
Los Angele vs. Colorado, FOX Soccer
Sept. 10
4 pm ET
Seattle vs. Real Salt Lake
Sporting KC vs. Houston, Telefutura
7:30 pm ET
Columbus vs. Toronto FC
New York vs. Vancouver
Philadelphia vs. Portland
New England vs. FC Dallas
10:30 pm ET
San Jose vs. Chicago
Chivas USA vs. D.C. United

STANDINGS:
Eastern Conference
PTS (GP) TEAM W-L-T +/1
40 (25) Columbus 11-8-7 31/30
37 (27) Sporting KC 9-8-10 40/36
35 (27) Houston 8-8-11 34/33
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34 (25) Philadelphia 8-7-10 31/26
32 (26) New York 6-6-14 41/37
31 (24) D.C. United 7-7-10 34/35
27 (26) Chicago 4-7-15 30/33
23 (26) New England 4-11-11 26/39
24 (28) Toronto FC 4-12-12 26/49

Western Conference
PTS (GP) TEAM W-L-T +/-
52 (27) Los Angeles 14-3-10 39/22
48 (27) Seattle 13-5-9 42/29
46 (27) FC Dallas 13-7-7 36/30
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42 (25) Real Salt Lake 12-7-6 35/21
41 (28) Colorado 10-7-11 39/26
32 (26) Portland 9-12-5 33/41
31 (27) Chivas USA 7-10-10 32/30
26 (26) San Jose 5-10-11 27/35
21 (26) Vancouver 4-14-9 27/42

Wildcard Race (top 4 qualify)
PTS (GP) TEAM W-L-T +/-
42 (25) Real Salt Lake 12-7-6 35/21
41 (28) Colorado 10-7-11 39/26
34 (25) Philadelphia 8-7-10 31/26
32 (26) New York 6-6-14 41/37
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32 (26) Portland 9-12-5 33/41
31 (27) Chivas USA 7-10-10 32/30
31 (24) D.C. United 7-7-10 34/35
27 (26) Chicago 4-7-15 30/33
26 (26) San Jose 5-10-11 27/35
24 (28) Toronto FC 4-12-12 26/49
23 (26) New England 4-11-11 26/39
21 (26) Vancouver 4-14-9 27/42



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