2021 MLS Match Preview
Key pieces could be missing on Sunday.
The most important regular season game of the season so far.
A devastating new addition to the injury report.
Will this game move closer to establishing this as a real "rivalry?"
The availability report is looking better and better, but will the internationals play?
The third and final eastern conference opponent of the year (not counting MLS Cup of course).
Up to five names on the injury/availability report, but it’s not all bad news.
Sporting KC are up 2-0 on Los Angeles FC in 2021.
Another name is unavailable for Saturday, but for different reasons.
Two top ranked teams face off in Kansas City.
The friendliest rivalry in sports?
The final game of seven in 22 days for Sporting Kansas City.
Four names are on the injury/availability report for Sporting KC.
If a tree falls in Kansas City, does it make a noise?
Did you know Alan Pulido has never played against FC Dallas?
And just like that, the list climbs again of unavailable players.
The road trip continues. Game three of seven in 22 days (not all on the road, that’d be crazy).
Things are looking up when it comes to this report!
Head West young man!
Two new names on the injury/availability report.
Dallas climbed out of last place, but only barely.
The player availability point sees marked improvement.
A pivotal battle for the top of the West.
Finally, Sporting KC are back in action!
Potentially up to nine players aren’t available for Wednesday’s match!
A couple additions to the injury / availability report for Kansas City.
The battle for second place keeps shifting, but it’s consistently Sporting versus someone.
Third game in eight days has to mean more lineup shuffling, right?
It’s the third game in eight days, LAFC have Carlos Vela back and are coming off their own big win, what gives on Saturday?
Second and third in the West face off.