MLS 2020 – Fixtures, previews and TV-guide with channel & stream!

Games of the week from MLS - Previews and TV schedule

We’re close to two weeks away from the end of the regular season as the fight for the playoff spots intensifies. This weekend we’ve a whole lot of interesting games to look forward to as Los Angeles FC take on the local rivals Los Angeles Galaxy, Western Conference leaders Seattle Sounders face Portland Timbers and Philadelphia Union welcomes Toronto FC. Use to get all information you need about where to watch the MLS live on TV & Stream.

Seattle Sounders vs Portland Timbers, Thursday

Centurylink Field

First placed Seattle Sounders vs second placed Portland Timbers, the game on Thursday night will be a final between the two best teams in the Western Conference. The two teams are on same points but with Seattle Sounders having played one game less. None of the teams should’ve to worry about not getting into the playoffs anymore, though this game is more about who's going to win the conference.

Both Seattle Sounders and Portland Timbers comes from two games without a win. Seattle Sounders is the strongest home team in the Western Conference while Portland Timbers is the best away team. Expect a tight game where Seattle Sounders is the more organized team and Portland Timbers the more fluid and offensive.

Previous meetings:
Portland Timbers – Seattle Sounders 1-0
Seattle Sounders – Portland Timbers 1-2
Portland Timbers – Seattle Sounders 0-3
Portland Timbers – Seattle Sounders 1-2

Philadelphia Union vs Toronto FC, Saturday

Subaru Park

In the Eastern Conference, second placed Philadelphia Union welcomes Toronto FC to Subaru Park. The Union is one of the strongest teams on home soil and is still unbeaten when playing at home. We can expect a home team going all in to close in on Toronto FC who’s three points ahead going into this game.

Toronto FC, one of the best teams in recent seasons, has been in the MLS Cup final three times in the last four seasons. The team doesn’t look any weaker this season and tops the table on 41 points. Toronto FC is the best team away from home of all teams in the MLS so expect this game to be a tight and interesting one.

Previous meetings:
Toronto FC – Philadelphia Union 2-1
Toronto FC – Philadelphia Union 1-2
Philadelphia Union – Toronto FC 1-3
Philadelphia Union – Toronto FC 0-2

Los Angeles FC vs Los Angeles Galaxy, Sunday

Banc of California Stadium

Two teams in different parts of the table face each other on Sunday as fourth placed Los Angeles FC takes on Los Angeles Galaxy in an interesting derby game. The Galaxy managed to grab a long-awaited win last Monday after being on a six-games long losing streak. Currently sitting last in the Western Conference, Los Angeles Galaxy will find it extremely tough to reach this season’s playoffs.

For Los Angeles FC a win over the local rivals would put them in a very good position to reach the playoffs. Fourth placed Los Angeles FC has proved to be a strong home team this season, losing only 2 out of 11 games. Even more remarkable is that they’ve managed to score 34 goals in the 11 games being played at Banc of California. Los Angeles FC are clear favourites going into Sunday’s game, but have to be prepared for a tough derby game where anything can happen.

Previous meetings:
Los Angeles Galaxy – Los Angeles FC 3-0
Los Angeles FC – Los Angeles Galaxy 0-2
Los Angeles FC – Los Angeles Galaxy 6-2
Los Angeles FC – Los Angeles Galaxy 5-3