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American Soccer Saturday Night OPEN THREAD

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Another Saturday night of American soccer action is upon us. Jump into the comments section and join us in discussing tonight’s matches. Some tasty MLS matches highlight the schedule, but feel free to contribute your thoughts on the NASL, USL, and more.

Here’s a quick rundown of the night:

Vancouver Whitecaps vs Portland Timbers – 5:00pm – MLS Live

How much playing time will Atlanta's Jack McInerney get for the Timbers? He has been a threat off the bench for the defending MLS Cup champions.

Jacksonville Armada vs. Rayo OKC - 7:00pm - beIN Sports

Plenty of former Atlanta Silverbacks feature in this one. Centennial High School graduate Junior Sandoval is off to a strong start for Tony Meola's Armada. Rayo features Rauwshan McKenzie, Kosuke Kimura, and Richard Menjivar along with former Southern Poly star Futty Danso.

Toronto FC vs FC Dallas – 7:30pm – MLS Live

Toronto finally returns home after a long road trip while renovations were completed on BMO Field.

Columbus Crew vs Montreal Impact – 7:30pm – MLS Live

The Crew have struggled this season after reaching last year's MLS Cup final. This was a great match-up in last year's playoffs, can Montreal get some revenge after being knocked out by the Crew in 2015?

Houston Dynamo vs Sporting Kansas City – 8:30pm – MLS Live

Owen Coyle is under pressure to get results in Houston with only one win so far in eight games. Sporting is currently in sixth place in the tough Western Conference, but only three points out of the top spot.

Colorado Rapids vs Real Salt Lake – 9:00pm – MLS Live

The biggest surprise in MLS this season is to see these two teams sitting on top of the Western Conference after the first two months of the season. Colorado is undefeated and untied at home this year.

Seattle Sounders vs San Jose Earthquakes – 10:00pm – MLS Live

The Sounders are one of the league's biggest disappointments at this stage of the season. The offense is only averaging one goal per game since the transfer of Obafemi Martins.