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MLS Forecaster: 2016 Playoff projections

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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Toronto 13 9 8 48
2 NYC FC 13 9 9 48
3 NY Red Bulls 12 9 9 45
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MLS Forecaster: 2016 Playoff projections

Can Toronto become the first Canadian team to raise the Supporters' Shield?
Can Toronto become the first Canadian team to raise the Supporters' Shield?

When last we checked on our MLS Forecaster seven weeks ago after the All-Star Game, the season was not far past the halfway point. The races are coming into focus in the final weeks of the regular season, as each team has between five and seven games remaining.

Using ESPN's Soccer Power Index (SPI), a regression-based algorithm designed to predict soccer matches and leagues, here's how the most important races have changed since the All-Star break, and how they look with six weeks left in the regular season.

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Toronto FC beats Fire to leap over NYCFC into first place in the East

Eastern Conference rivals squared off in Chicago with the Canadian's swiping the points away from home.

Jozy Altidore had a goal and an assist and Toronto FC beat the Chicago Fire 2-1 on Saturday night to move into first place in the Eastern Conference.

Altidore opened the scoring in the 33rd minute, finishing Justin Morrow's cross from the middle of the area.

The U.S. striker then assisted on Jonathan Osorio's goal in the 52nd minute, blocking Sean Johnson's errant throw-out so Osorio could send back an easy chip shot past the out-of-position goalkeeper.

Altidore has six goals in his past eight games...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Toronto FC forward Sebastian Giovinco out for a month with double strain

Ignacio Piatti claimed his 14th goal of the season, which proved to be the game winner against their Canadian rivals Toronto FC.

Toronto FC forward Sebastian Giovinco will be out of action for a month after suffering "strains in his quadriceps and adductor."

Giovinco, 29, was injured in the 1-0 defeat against the Montreal Impact at the weekend and is now set for a spell on the sidelines as he recovers.

A statement read: "Sebastian Giovinco has been diagnosed with strains in his quadriceps and adductor. He is expected to be out of the line-up for 4 weeks."

Patrick Mullins' hat trick leads D.C. United past the Fire, L.A. draw blank

A first-half red card for Chicago spurred DC United's onslaught, scoring six, with Patrick Mullins grabbing a hat trick.

Patrick Mullins scored three goals while Patrick Nyarko added a goal and two assists as D.C. United beat the 10-man Chicago Fire 6-2 on Saturday.

Mullins finished Nyarko's cross in the 40th minute to give United the lead for good at 2-1. Mullins made it 3-1 in the first minute of first-half stoppage time and struck again in the 74th for a 5-2 lead. It was the first hat trick for D.C. United since Luis Silva's in June 2014.

Luciano Acosta gave United the initial lead in the 25th minute with a close-range...