The Week in Soccer
Chelsea vs. Manchester City
5:30 p.m. Saturday (Fox Soccer Channel)
The Europa League winners face last year's English champions at Yankee Stadium, just days after City announced a partnership with the Yankees to launch NYC FC, a new Major League Soccer team.
Houston Dynamo at Sporting Kansas City
3:30 p.m. Sunday (NBC Sports Network)
Kansas City ended Houston's MLS-record 36-game home unbeaten streak earlier this month. Now Brad Davis and the Dynamo will look to turn the tables.
Columbus Crew at New York Red Bulls
5 p.m. Sunday (UniMás)
Are the Red Bulls for real? Tim Cahill is finally playing like a star, and Jámison Olave has been one of MLS's best defenders.
Seattle Sounders at Los Angeles Galaxy
11 p.m. Sunday (ESPN2)
After a rough start to the season, Seattle is red-hot, paced by the attacking trio of Mauro Rosales, Eddie Johnson, and Obafemi Martins. Los Angeles has won just once this month - a rout of the Union - but the two-time reigning champs have Landon Donovan back.
Watford vs. Crystal Palace
10 a.m. Monday (beIN Sport)
The championship playoff final at Wembley will determine the third team promoted to the Premier League with Cardiff and Hull next season. Palace striker Glenn Murray led the second-tier league with 30 goals. The Hornets' leader, forward Troy Deeney, had 19.
Belgium at United States
8 p.m. Wednesday (ESPN2/UniMás)
Clint Dempsey and Michael Bradley headline the American squad in this friendly in Cleveland. Chelsea's Eden Hazard, Everton's Marouane Fellaini, and Manchester City's Vincent Kompany lead a stacked Belgian team. - Jonathan Tannenwald