Where to watch the upcoming MLS Cup Playoffs on TV & Stream

MLS Cup Playoffs - Where to watch it live on TV & stream

That was some opening round of the MLS Cup Playoffs. The games last weekend gave us everything, and at some places even more. The match that got into everyone’s focus was the one between Orlando City and New York City where defender Rodrigo Schlegel had to pull on the glows and save the decisive penalty. Three more matches to play before we know the quarterfinals. Follow the action from the MLS Cup Playoffs live by using Livesportsontv.com and get information on when and where the next match is shown on TV or stream!

Toronto FC vs Nashville SC

Rentschler Field at Pratt & Whitney Stadium

One of the favourites to win the MLS Cup, Toronto FC, enters the stage on Wednesday as they go up against one of this season’s expansion teams, Nashville SC. Toronto FC knows a lot about these situations and will go into the game with a huge amount of experience and quality. They’ve been in three of the last four  MLS Cup finals and knows what it takes to get there. Two wins from the last six league games shouldn’t worry too much when they know how dominant they’ve been and can be when playing at their best. Achara, Morrow and Delgado will be out for the counter against Nashville SC.

As one of the expansion teams it was hard to predict Nashville SC’s season. A couple of months later we can all agree on that they’ve done pretty well. They got their spot in the MLS Cup Playoffs by defeating Inter Miami in the Play-ins with 3-0. An impressive win where they showed that they’re not only capable of defending, but can also go on the front foot and put pressure on their opponent. For the first time this season they were able to line up all of their three designated players against Inter Miami. If 3-0 wins are the result of that, then Toronto FC could be up for a ride. Maher and Godoy will be out for Nashville SC in this game.

Philadelphia Union vs New England Revolution

Subaru Park

Unbeaten at home and winners of the Eastern Conference after a solid season. Philadelphia Union have really showed consistency in a season where everything else has been upside down. There’s not much to say when trying to point out any weaknesses in this team. They work hard, defensively and offensively, they play an attractive soccer, and several players can threat in front of goal. The Union have faced the Revs five times this season already, four wins and one draw.

The New England Revolution advanced to the MLS Cup Playoffs after a goal in fifth minute of the stoppage time against Montreal Impact. That means Bruce Arena has now led the Revs to two consecutive MLS Cup Playoffs. There’s no doubt that the Revs are going into this match as underdogs. Without any pressure or expectations, they will try and knock out one of this season’s favourites to the MLS Cup. Caicedo and Penilla are the only two injuries ahead of Wednesday’s game for the New England Revolution.

Seattle Sounders FC vs Los Angeles FC

Lumen Field

The reigning champions, Seattle Sounders FC, looks just as strong as last season and will be a great threat for all other teams fighting for the MLS Cup trophy. Their offensive options are exceptional and in the end of the regular season, just as people started to ask themselves if the Sounders had lost their momentum, they went on to trash the Earthquakes with 4-1. No injuries to worry about for the Sounders which means that Morris, Ruidiaz, Roldan and Rodeiro will lead the attacking forces on Wednesday.

Los Angeles FC will hope that Carlos Vela is having one of his better days on Wednesday. This season’s Golden Boot winner managed to score 14 goals during the regular season and will be vital for LAFC and their chances of getting past the Sounders. As if the task was not tough enough, LAFC will have to be without all of their South American players for this match as Palacios, Rodriguez, Cifuentes and Rossi all tested positive for Covid-19 after the international break.