The Week in Soccer
Real Salt Lake at Montreal Impact
2 p.m. Saturday (MLSsoccer.com)
Major League Soccer lets fans access MLS Live, its video streaming package, for free this weekend. Montreal's MVP candidate, Patrice Bernier, and red-hot forward Marco Di Vaio lead the Impact. Real's midfield features rising star Luis Gil with vets Kyle Beckerman and Javier Morales.
San Jose Earthquakes at Seattle Sounders
4 p.m. Saturday (MLSsoccer.com, Univision Deportes)
The Sounders' star-studded attack - led by Mauro Rosales, Eddie Johnson, and Obafemi Martins - has failed to fire this year.
San Jose has a stout defense led by Honduran international Victor Bernardez and one of MLS's best scorers in Chris Wondolowski.
Los Angeles Galaxy at Vancouver Whitecaps
7 p.m. Saturday (MLSsoccer.com)
Through Wednesday, the Galaxy's Mike Magee is tied with Jack McInerney as MLS's top scorer.
Vancouver has speedy rookie Kekuta Manneh and wily vet Camilo Sanvezzo.
Monterrey at Tigres UANL
8 p.m. Saturday (UniMás)
U.S. national team midfielder José Francisco Torres helped Tigres reach the Mexican league playoffs. In the first round, they face the Rayados, reigning CONCACAF Champions League titlists, with the potent strike force of Humberto Suazo and Aldo de Nigris.
Swansea City at Manchester United
11 a.m. Sunday (Fox Soccer Channel)
After winning 13 English Premier League titles and 38 trophies total in 26 years at the helm of Manchester United, Alex Ferguson will manage his final home game at Old Trafford.
Sporting Kansas City at Houston Dynamo
8 p.m. Sunday (MLSsoccer.com)
Kansas City forward Kei Kamara is back from a loan to the Premier League's Norwich City, joining a strong Sporting squad led by Graham Zusi and Claudio Bieler. Expect Houston's Brad Davis, Óscar Boniek García, and Ricardo Clark to be ready. -Jonathan Tannenwald