LIVE — CONCACAF Champions League: Sounders, DCU look to strike a blow for MLS

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Major League Soccer and Liga MX will pair off in a quartet of CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinals beginning Tuesday in Mexico.

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While Real Salt Lake and the L.A. Galaxy will strike their first blows on Wednesday, DC United and Seattle look to take their first steps tonight.

Queretaro vs. DC UnitedFOLLOW LIVE (8 p.m. ET)

DC actually has better history in the competition than Tuesday’s hosts, as United won the 1998 Champions Cup. Ben Olsen’s squad saw a lot of turnover this offseason, and this will be a challenge at home. Andrew Dykstra will be in goal for the injured Bill Hamid.

Seattle Sounders vs. Club America — FOLLOW LIVE (10 p.m. ET)

Club America is one of the seven Mexican sides to have won the CCL since its was rebranded in 2009, taking the title tie against Montreal last year. They also won five Champions Cup finals before that. Sounders were a semifinalist in 2012-13.