We have a huge six game slate for you today, which should provide plenty of excitement for all fans. As usual, this MLS Game Breakdown will take an in-depth look at all of the games on the schedule. We will look for potential fantasy sleepers and make sure you are aware of possible injuries to monitor.

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Real Salt Lake @ Chicago Fire
Game Analysis
Real Salt Lake have been horrible as of late, scoring one goal in their last five games and unsurprisingly they are winless in all five of those matches. They come up against a Chicago Fire team who were playing some great soccer, but lost last week due to a late goal by Sporting KC and a red card by David Accam. RSL continue to get hit with the injury bug as Javiar Morales will be out this week with a concussion. The Fire should have the advantage in this game, but missing David Accam in the midfield might hinder the attack. Guly do Prado will likely get another start for the Fire, and the former Southampton player must start making an impression if he wants to stay in the squad.
Line: Chicago Fire (-1/2) O/U: 2 1/2 (o:-165, u:+125)

Players to Watch
* Luis Gil, Real Salt Lake ($5,000)
* Jamison Olave, Real Salt Lake ($4,800)
* Guly do Prado, Chicago Fire ($5,000)
* Sean Johnson, Chicago Fire ($4,600)


Portland Timbers @ Montreal Impact
Game Analysis
The Montreal Impact still are winless on the season and after a three week break from league action, they will look for their first win against the Timbers. Unfortunately for them, the Timbers are getting closer and closer to full strength each week. Last week Diego Valeri returned from injury and should be 100% this week. Will Johnson, who is recovering from a broken leg, will also be returning shortly and might be ready to make a substitute appearance this weekend. At some point this season Diego Valeri and Darlington Nagbe will once again make the Timbers a dangerous team, and this week seems like a good week to start.
Line: (Pick) O/U: 2 1/2 (o:+120, u:-155)

Players to Watch
* Diego Valeri, Portland Timbers ($5,400)
* Darlington Nagbe, Portland Timbers ($6,500)
* Ignacio Piatti, Montreal Impact ($6,500)
* Justin Mapp, Montreal Impact ($5,500)


Sporting KC @ DC United
Game Analysis
DC United will look to keep pace with the Revolution at the top of the Eastern Conference against Sporting KC this week. Fabian Espindola’s return only strengthened this already balanced team, as they continue to get scoring from everyone on the field. Perry Kitchen and Chris Rolfe have dominated in the midfield so far this season, but they will have a tough test against the likes of Zusi, Espinoza, and Feilhaber. One concern for Sporting KC is that last weeks goal scorer, Paulo Nagamura, is questionable for this weeks game, but he has been mostly used as a substitute this season so it shouldn’t effect his fantasy status.
Line: (Pick) O/U: 2 1/2 (o:EVEN, u:-130)

Players to Watch
* Benny Feilhaber, Sporting KC ($7,500)
* Graham Zusi, Sporting KC ($6,400)
* Fabian Espindola, DC United ($7,400)
* Chris Rolfe, DC United ($7,400)


Philadelphia Union @ Vancouver Whitecaps
Game Analysis
The Philadelphia Union are a mess to say the least. They are on a three game losing streak, have only one win on the season, and they will be starting a fourth string GK this week against Vancouver. Brian Sylvestre will go from the USL to the MLS in one week, but I doubt his first start will be a memorable one. Vancouver will go into this game expecting to score multiple goals, especially given the form that Octavio Rivero has been in so far this season. This week could be a living nightmare for the Union and their new goalie, so I would look to start anyone in the Whitecaps attack if possible.
Line: (Pick) O/U: 2 1/2 (o:+120, u:-155)

Players to Watch
* Maurice Edu, Philadelphia Union ($5,000)
* Cristian Maidana, Philadelphia Union ($6,600)
* Octavio Rivero, Vancouver Whitecaps ($9,000)
* Pedro Morales, Vancouver Whitecaps ($8,600)


Seattle Sounders @ Columbus Crew
Game Analysis
This is the game I am looking forward to watching the most, as both of these teams are off to hot starts and play very exciting soccer. They both have great offenses that can score goals at any given moment, but Columbus may have their hands full this week. First off, they are going up against the Sounders and the top defense in the league. Also leading goal scorer, Kei Kamara, is in question with a groin injury so Columbus may need to rely more heavily on Ethan Finlay and Justin Meram. This will be a very difficult task, especially since the attack of Dempsey and Martins are bound to have plenty of chances.
Line: (Pick) O/U: 2 1/2 (o:+105, u:-135)

Players to Watch
* Clint Dempsey, Seattle Sounders ($10,300)
* Obafemi Martins, Seattle Sounders ($10.200)
* Justin Meram, Columbus Crew ($6,800)
* Ethan Finlay, Columbus Crew ($6,800)


LA Galaxy @ FC Dallas
Game Analysis
Two of the top teams in the Western Conference face off this week in Dallas for a chance to continue their point streaks. FC Dallas will see the return of Blas Perez to the squad, and Mauro Diaz’s performance last week shows that this FC Dallas attack can come from anyone. The Galaxy have struggled to score goals since the injury of Robbie Keane, and youngsters Bradford Jamison IV and Gyasi Zardes haven’t stepped up as hoped. Alan Gordon has turned into the best option for the Galaxy attack, so expect set pieces to play a huge role in the game, especially if LA wants to win the game.
Line: (Pick) O/U: 2 1/2 (o:-105, u:-125)

Players to Watch
* Alan Gordon, LA Galaxy ($6,000)
* Omar Gonzalez, LA Galaxy ($5,200)
* Fabian Castillo, FC Dallas ($9,200)
* Blas Perez, FC Dallas ($8,100)