After only one game last night, we have a larger slate of six MLS games for you tonight. Once again DraftKings has increased the number of contests for this weekend, providing plenty of options when it comes to setting your lineup this week. As we look at today’s MLS Game Breakdown I will be analyzing some injury concerns, point out some key missing players, and look for potential breakout players for both games. Also follow me on Twitter (@jwl_15) for injury and lineup updates throughout the day.

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DC United @ Toronto FC
Game Analysis
The first game is between two of the top teams in the league as of late. Toronto has won four of the last five matches and their three stars (Giovinco, Bradley, Altidore) have proven their worth. All three scored last week and Toronto is starting to look like they have some chemistry to that lineup. As for DC United, they have won three of five and two in a row coming into this week. They were able to win midweek even with some of their key players starting on the bench. I expect them to put their strongest lineup out there tonight, which will include Fabian Espindola, Chris Rolfe, and Bill Hamid. This should be a highly entertaining match as both teams love to score goals and are good at it.
Line: Toronto FC (-1/2) O/U: 2 1/2 (o:-120 , u:-110)

Players to Watch
* Fabian Espindola, DC United ($8,000)
* Chris Rolfe, DC United ($7,700)
* Giovinco, Toronto FC ($10,800)
* Michael Bradley, Toronto FC ($6,300)

Montreal Impact @ Philadelphia Union
Game Analysis
Philadelphia picked up a very nice win last week against the Sounders, but it was a win that should have been expected given the missing players in the Seattle starting lineup. Brian Sylvestre kept another clean sheet and given his low price ($4,400) he should start being considered more often than not. CJ Sapong has also turned into the Union’s main man up top and will look to score in his fifth straight match tonight. Montreal is a team that is still dealing with some minor injury problems (Hassoun Camara, Justin Mapp, Eric Miller, and Kenny Cooper) and they struggle to score away from home. I expect the Union to have plenty of success in the match and another goal by Sapong may be on the horizon.
Line: Philadelphia Union (-1/2) O/U: 2 1/2 (o:-120 , u:-110)

Players to Watch
* CJ Sapong, Philadelphia Union ($6,100)
* Brian Sylvestre, Philadelphia Union ($4,400)
* Jack McInerney, Montreal Impact ($6,200)
* Ignacio Piatti, Montreal Impact ($6,500)

Vancouver Whitecaps @ New England Revolution
Game Analysis
Over the last two weeks, these two teams have gone in opposite directions. New England are in desperate need for a win this week at home and I expect them to put up a fight tonight. New England will be without two key players in suspended Andy Dorman and injured Jermaine Jones. As for Vancouver, they will have both Gershon Koffie and Kendall Watson suspended, but they have no injury concerns to worry about. Both teams boast high flying offenses and I except this to be a very high scoring and open affair.
Line: (Pick) O/U: 2 1/2 (o:-110 , u:-120)

Players to Watch
* Charlie Davies, New England Revolution ($9,400)
* Lee Nguyen, New England Revolution ($8,000)
* Octavio Rivero, Vancouver Whitecaps ($9,100)
* Pedro Morales, Vancouver Whitecaps ($8,900)

Colorado Rapids @ Sporting KC
Game Analysis
Both teams coming into this game having suffered a loss in their previous MLS action. Sporting KC continues to get scoring from their three main attacking forces in Dom Dwyer, Krisztian Nemeth, and Benny Feilhaber. Unfortunately Benny is part of the injury list this week which includes Graham Zusi and Paulo Nagamura. Hopefully all three are healthy enough to play this week as they come into a game that they need and should win. Colorado continues to drop further and further into last place in the Western Conference. Juan Ramirez will join Axel Sjoberg on the sideline this week, making the task for Colorado even more difficult especially away from home.
Line: Sporting KC (-1/2) O/U: 2 1/2 (o:-105 , u:-125)

Players to Watch
* Dillon Powers, Colorado Rapids ($7,000)
* Luis Solignac, Colorado Rapids ($4,000)
* Dom Dwyer, Sporting KC ($8,900)
* Krisztian Nemeth, Sporting KC ($6,500)

Columbus Crew @ Real Salt Lake
Game Analysis
Kei Kamara and company picked up a very convincing win last week against New England and will look to repeat that this week in Salt Lake City. Kamara added two more goals to his league leading twelve goals and continues to dominate every team in the league. They will face a Real Salt Lake team that has only picked up four points in their last five matches and will be without Javier Morales and possibly Jamison Olave. Alvaro Saborio has missed the last two games for an unknown reason, so look for Joao Plata to carry much of the offensive load this week.
Line: (Pick) O/U: 2 1/2 (o:-110 , u:-120)

Players to Watch
* Joao Plate, Real Salt Lake ($5,000)
* Luke Mulholland, Real Salt Lake ($4,600)
* Kei Kamara, Columbus Crew ($8,800)
* Federico Higuian, Columbus Crew ($7,800)

LA Galaxy @ San Jose Earthquakes
Game Analysis
The Galaxy are a team that should be feared right now, scoring 10 goals in their last two matches. Robbie Keane’s return has a lot to due with the recent success, but don’t overlook the impact Sebastian Lletget has had on this team since being inserted into the starting lineup. His four goals in four games holds a ton of value especially at a price of $4,800 in your midfield. As for San Jose, they continue to rely heavily on Chris Wondolowski, but finally got some help elsewhere last week with great goals by Sanna Nyassi and Matias Perez Garcia. Expect San Jose to play well at home, but the Galaxy may be too much for them especially with the form they are currently in.
Line: (Pick) O/U: 2 1/2 (o:EVEN , u:-130)

Players to Watch
* Chris Wondolowski, San Jose Earthquakes ($10,200)
* Matias Perez Garcia, San Jose Earthquakes ($7,400)
* Robbie Keane, LA Galaxy ($9,600)
* Gyasi Zardes, LA Galaxy ($8,500)