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MLS Today: Play resumes after FIFA break
June 16th, 2017 3:20AM
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MLS resumes with a full slate of games -- 10 on Saturday and one on Sunday -- after most teams were off last weekend for the FIFA international break. For the complete schedule ...

SUSPENSION. Vancouver Whitecaps defender Sheanon Williams was arrested Thursday morning and charged with assault in connection with an alleged domestic incident. Williams has been suspended, pending investigations by MLS and the Vancouver Police Department. He will undergo an assessment by  doctors from MLS’s Substance Abuse and Behavioral Health Program doctors pursuant to the SABH Policy.

The Caps will also be without Costa Ricans Christian Bolanos and Kendall Waston, who were both hurt while playing in World Cup qualifying, for Saturday's game against FC Dallas.


MLS STREAKS:
UNBEATEN
7 Chicago (5 wins, 2 ties)
6 LA Galaxy (3 wins, 3 ties)
3 Montreal (2 wins, 1 tie)
2 Colorado (2 wins)
2 Portland (2 wins)
2 FC Dallas (1 win, 1 tie)
2 New England (1 win, 1 tie)
2 NYCFC (1 win, 1 tie)
2 Orlando City (1 win, 1 tie)
2 Sporting KC (1 win, 1 tie)

WINLESS
2 Atlanta United (2 losses)
2 Philadelphia (2 losses)
2 Real Salt Lake (2 losses)
2 San Jose (2 losses)
2 D.C. United (1 loss, 1 tie)

MLS WEEK 16, SCHEDULE:
Saturday, June 17
NYCFC vs. Seattle 1 pm ESPN
Atlanta United vs. Columbus 7 pm
New England vs. Chicago 7:30 pm
Orlando City vs. Montreal 7:30 pm
Toronto FC vs. D.C. United 8 pm
San Jose vs. Sporting KC 9 pm
Colorado vs. Portland 9:30 pm
Vancouver vs. FC Dallas 10 pm
Real Salt Lake vs. Minn. United 10 pm
LA Galaxy vs. Houston 11 pm UniMas
Sunday, June 18
Philadelphia vs. NY Red Bulls 5 pm ESPN
All times ET.

MLS STANDINGS:
Eastern Conference
PTS TEAM W-L-T GF/GA
29 Toronto FC 8-2-5 26/15
28 Chicago 8-3-4 25/16
24 NYCFC 7-5-3 27/19
24 Orlando City 7-5-3 16/18
22 Columbus 7-8-1 24/26
20 NY Red Bulls 6-7-2 15/21
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20 New England 5-5-5 26/21
18 Atlanta United 5-6-3 28/22
17 Montreal 4-4-5 20/19
16 Philadelphia 4-6-4 20/18
15 D.C. United 4-7-3 10/21
Western Conference
PTS TEAM W-L-T GF/GA
26 Sporting KC 7-4-5 20/11
24 Portland 7-5-3 26/21
23 Houston 7-6-2 27/22
23 FC Dallas 6-3-5 21/13
19 Vancouver 6-6-1 18/18
19 Seattle 5-6-4 18/22
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19 San Jose 5-6-4 16/20
18 LA Galaxy 5-5-3 19/19
14 Minn. United 4-8-2 19/33
14 Real Salt Lake 4-10-2 15/35
10 Colorado 3-8-1 12/18

MLS LEADING SCORERS:

G PLAYER (TEAM)
12 Nemanja Nikolic (Chicago)
10 Erick Torres (Houston)
8 Fanendo Adi (Portland)
8 Diego Valeri (Portland)
8 Christian Ramirez (Minn. United)
8 David Villa (NYC FC)
8 C.J. Sapong (Philadelphia)
8 Ola Kamara (Columbus)
8 Cyle Larin (Orlando City)
8 Justin Meram (Columbus)

MLS WEEK 17, SCHEDULE:
Wednesday, June 21
D.C. United vs. Atlanta United 7:30 pm
Minn. United vs. Portland 8 pm
Colorado vs. LA Galaxy 9 pm
Seattle vs. Orlando City 10:30 pm
Friday, June 23
Toronto FC vs. New England 8 pm
Houston vs. FC Dallas 9 pm UniMas
Saturday, June 24
NY Red Bulls vs. NYCFC 1:30 pm FOX
Atlanta United vs. Colorado 7 pm
Philadelphia vs. D.C. United 7 pm
Columbus vs. Montreal 7:30 pm
Minn. United vs. Vancouver 8 pm
Chicago vs. Orlando City 8:30 pm
LA Galaxy vs. Sporting KC 10:30 pm
San Jose vs. Real Salt Lake 10:30 pm
Sunday, June 25
Portland vs. Seattle 4 pm ESPN
All times ET.


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