You won’t have to wait too long after the final World Cup game of Saturday to get more soccer.
Major League Soccer is back with a busy night of fixtures.
[ RECAP: Mexico 2-1 South Korea ]
Here are some 1-2 liners to get prepared for what’s in store.
Philadelphia Union vs. Vancouver Whitecaps — 5 p.m. ET
Carl Robinson’s rising visitors will hope the inconsistent side of the Union hits the field in Pennsylvania.
New York Red Bulls vs. FC Dallas — 6 p.m. ET
Dallas’ seven-match unbeaten run includes four-straight wins, but RBNY has not lost at home since late April.
Orlando City vs. Montreal Impact — 7:30 p.m. ET
Orlando has not gained a point of its last available 18, while Montreal is slowly finding form.
Sporting KC vs. Houston Dynamo — 8:30 p.m. ET
The Western leaders host a Houston side with a tough 1-3-3 mark away from home.
Colorado Rapids vs. Minnesota United — 9 p.m. ET
Two-win Colorado has been much better at home than away, and the Loons can’t afford to give the Rapids win No. 3 if they want to stay in the playoff picture.
Real Salt Lake vs. San Jose Earthquakes — 10 p.m. ET
Real has won six of seven at Rio Tinto, and San Jose has just two wins this season (So, MLS rules dictate this will go in the Quakes’ win column).
Seattle Sounders vs. Chicago Fire — 10 p.m. ET
The Sounders’ awful season gets a Chicago with points in five of six.
LAFC vs. Columbus Crew — 10:30 p.m. ET
Traveling across the country without Carlos Vela and beating a very solid Crew side is asking a lot of Bob Bradley‘s expansion side.
Atlanta United vs. Portland Timbers — 4:30 p.m. ET Sunday
Gio Savarese has manufactured some fine away performances for Portland, but this is a long flight and a tall ask in a possible MLS Cup Final preview.
NYCFC vs. Toronto FC — 5 p.m. ET Sunday
TFC has yet to climb back into the East’s Top Six, but will like its chances to make a statement against Patrick Vieira-less NYCFC on the postage stamp pitch at Yankee Stadium.