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DC United to beat Montreal Impact (00:00)

The signing of Wayne Rooney may just have been enough to secure a play-off spot for DC United.

They have lost just four of their 14 MLS games since the former Everton man made his debut and now sit just five points behind the top six with two games in hand.

They should beat sixth-placed Montreal at the weekend, who have lost 12 of their last 17 away games in all competitions.

Columbus Crew to beat Philadelphia Union (00:30)

Columbus moved into fourth place in the Eastern Conference with a 2-1 win over Colorado Rapids last weekend.

The Crew are now five from five at home, including a 2-1 victory over third-placed New York City at the start of the month.

Philadelphia Union were beaten 3-0 at Houston on Thursday and have won just two of their last five in all competitions.

Toronto to beat New England Revolution (00:30)

New England’s dreadful travelling record means they are worth getting against on Sunday.

The Revolution have won just three of their last 34 away games in all competitions and have lost four of their last seven in the MLS.

Toronto beat LA Galaxy 5-3 last time out at home and are three from five at BMO Field.

Houston Dynamo to beat San Jose Earthquakes (01:30)

San Jose could have their spot at the bottom of the Western Conference confirmed this weekend.

The Quakes have lost four out of four and have won just two of their last 22 matches in all competitions.

Houston have won back-to-back matches at home and look a steal to beat their out-of-form visitors.

Portland Timbers to beat FC Dallas (03:30)

Portland maintained their impressive home form with a 3-2 win over Columbus Crew on Thursday.

That result extended the Timbers’ winning streak to three matches at Providence Park, where they have lost just two in 18.

Dallas have won just two of their last seven away games, losing to out-of-form San Jose in that sequence, and should be backed for another defeat here.

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