Reigning champs Atlanta United kick off a four-match docket as the MLS Cup Playoffs begin Saturday around North America.
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Pity Martinez starts on the bench for the Five Stripes, who are without injured USMNT back Miles Robinson.
Two other recent cup champions, Toronto and Seattle, are home later in the day, while Utah is the scene for the final match of the night.
Atlanta United v. New England Revolution — 1 p.m. ET
Seattle Sounders v. FC Dallas — 3:30 p.m. ET
Toronto FC v. DC United — 6 p.m. ET
Real Salt Lake v. Portland Timbers — 10 p.m. ET