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AC Milan
2:00 AM UTC Jul 31, 2016
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2016/2017 Season

5 Toronto 7 6 7 27
6 New England 6 8 7 26
7 Orlando SC 4 11 5 23
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Ex-United States international Charlie Davies diagnosed with cancer

Charlie Davies knows the Revs can't go into the playoffs without a victory in more than a month.
The New England Revolution say forward Charlie Davies is in remission.

Former United States international forward Charlie Davies has been diagnosed with cancer.

The 30-year-old New England Revolution player told FOX Sports on Saturday he was diagnosed "a few months ago."

The Revolution confirmed the diagnosis in an issued statement on the club's website, adding that Davies is now in remission.

"Today, New England Revolution forward Charlie Davies shared that earlier this spring he was diagnosed and treated for liposarcoma and that he is now in remission," the statement...

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Seattle seeks win form, NYCFC hopes stars are fit, Kreis ready in Orlando

A late goal from Chuba Akpom lifted Arsenal to a win over the MLS All-Stars in San Jose.
MLS Commissioner Don Garber joins ESPN's coverage of the MLS All-Star Game to discuss expansion and video replay.

Now that the All-Star Game has come and gone, the business end of the MLS regular season is upon us. The playoff race is in full swing ahead of a busy weekend across the league. 

Seattle targets Galaxy win after difficult week

All eyes will be on Seattle this Sunday when Seattle hosts LA at CenturyLink Field (4 p.m. ET, ESPN and WatchESPN).

The hosts will be playing an MLS match without Sigi Schmid leading them for the first time in their history and no one quite knows what that will mean for...

New England Revolution enjoying recent success

Athletes are often well-versed in the art of putting on a brave face outside the locker room when the wins are few and far in between. Thanks to a recent run of success, the Revolution aren't in need of that mask as of late.

After a rocky first half of the regular season, New England has gotten results from three of its past four league matches (2-1-1). The Revolution also booked their ticket to the U.S. Open Cup semifinals with a win over Philadelphia last week. Suffice to say, there have been a...

 By Jason Davis

Colorado Rapids are still top, but big losses see Timbers and NYCFC drop

Check out a quick recap of some of the fun from Portland in the first-ever SportsCenter On the Road from an MLS match.

The two top teams played to a 1-1 draw amid swirling rumors about FC Dallas forward Fabian Castillo's imminent departure, so the real movement in this week's MLS Power Rankings comes further down the ladder thanks to a couple of statement wins. 

1. Colorado Rapids (no change)
Marlon Hairston's emergence in Colorado is good news for a team that probably won't make many additions in the transfer market after spending big on several designated players.

2. FC Dallas (no change)
It took an 82nd-minute 

Je-Vaughn Watson leads tired New England Revolution to win

Je-Vaughn Watson scored the only goal of the match as New England fought off Chicago Fire at Gillette Stadium.

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Saturday's match wasn't the New England Revolution's finest piece of work seen this season. Then again, any team would trade a pretty loss for a narrow win, especially against the worst team in the conference.

On a night in which they peppered the Chicago Fire net with 11 shots and recorded more than twice as many passes as their opponent (437-207), it took an 85th minute Je-Vaughn Watson goal to give the Revolution a 1-0 victory.

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