POWER RANKINGS: Week 32 MLS Roundup

FRISCO – FC Dallas will look to build on its 2-0 win over Orlando City SC as it goes on the road to face D.C. United at 3:55PM on Saturday.

D.C. United is riding a two-game winning streak coming into the match and is 4-0-2 in its last six matches. The match is the fifth of United's seven-game homestand.

Heading into the match, here’s where both teams stand in the power rankings.

MLSSoccer.com

1. New York Red Bulls (no change)
2. Atlanta United FC (no change)  
3. FC Dallas (no change) - Dallas took care of business against Orlando, with Maxi Urruti’s two assists showing the playmaking role he’s taken on is producing. They’ve got four points on the two teams behind them, but there’s work to do to wrap up the No. 1 seed in the West.
4. Sporting Kansas City (no change)
5. Seattle Sounders (no change)
8. D.C. United (no change) - 
D.C. keep working and picking up results in all manner of ways, but the Impact are making them work for the No. 6 seed. Still, United have two games in hand and are just two points behind. Their destiny is still in their hands, with a huge game against FC Dallas on the weekend.

ESPNFC

1. New York Red Bulls (no change)
2. Atlanta United FC (no change)
3. FC Dallas (no change) - The West leaders crept further ahead of chasing SKC thanks to a 2-0 win at home over lowly Orlando City. It took FC Dallas more than an hour to score despite a number of excellent chances in the first half.
4. Seattle Sounders (no change)
5. LAFC (no change)
7. D.C. United (+1) - United continued the charge to the playoffs with a come-from-behind 2-1 win over Chicago on Sunday after that was led by -- who else -- Wayne Rooney. Rooney's two goals give him nine goals and seven assists in 16 appearances.

Soccer America

1. New York Red Bulls (no change)
2. Atlanta United (no change)

3. FC Dallas (no change) - Victor Ulloa become FCD's first Homegrown player to reach the 10,000-mark in minutes played -- and celebrated with his first goal in nearly two years.
4. Seattle Sounders (no change)
5. LAFC (no change)
11. D.C. United (+1) - Two more goals by Wayne Rooney gave him five in his last three games. United is now unbeaten in its last six games. It will go to the playoffs if it wins its next three games, all at home.

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