The Union will look to clinch the second Major League Soccer playoff berth in the franchise's seven-year history when they host Orlando City at 3 p.m. Sunday at Talen Energy Stadium.

A win in either of their final two regular-season games would earn the Union one of the six Eastern Conference playoff spots.

The top two teams in the conference will earn a bye and the remaining four will play a single-elimination, first-round game. The Union can't earn a first-round bye and the highest they can finish is fourth place.

In case of a tie, the first tiebreaker is total wins. The second is goal differential and the third is goals for, followed by fewest disciplinary points and away-goals differential.

Here is a look at the Union's competition for a playoff position, along with the first three tiebreaker categories.

Montreal Impact

Record: 11-10-11, 44 points, 4th place.

Goal differential: minus-1

Goals: 47

Remaining games: Oct. 16 vs. Toronto (49 points); Oct. 23 at New England (39 points).

D.C. United

Record: 10-9-13, 43 points, 5th place.

Goal differential: plus-6.

Goals: 48.

Remaining games: Oct. 16 vs. NYC FC (51 points); Oct. 23 at Orlando City (31 points).

Union

Record: 11-12-9, 42 points, 6th place.

Goal differential: plus-1.

Goals: 52.

Remaining games: Oct. 16 vs. Orlando City (31 points); Oct. 23 vs. New York Red Bulls (51 points).

New England Revolution

Record: 10-13-9, 39 points, 7th place

Goal differential: minus-12

Goals: 40.

Remaining games: Oct. 16 at Chicago (27 points); Oct. 23 vs. Montreal (44 points).

Columbus Crew

Record: 8-12-11, 35 points, 8th place.

Goal differential: minus-4

Goals: 45.

Remaining games: Oct 13 at Chicago (27 points); Oct. 16 at New York Red Bulls (51 points); Oct. 23 at NYC FC (51 points).

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