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Major League Soccer: Preview, news and broadcast details for Matchdays 15 & 16

May 25, 2023 By Michelle Bonsu
It's going to be a very hectic week in MLS with two rounds of games being played in the span of less than one week.

The next few days will be an action-packed one for MLS fans. On Saturday, matchday 15 gets underway, with all but two games being played on Saturday, May 27th, before wrapping up on Sunday, May 28th. Then, just a few days later, there will be a midweek round that will kick off on Wednesday, May 31st.

Here's all you need to know ahead of matchdays 15 and 16 in MLS.

How to watch Matchday 15 in the 2023 MLS season

Matchday 15 begins on Saturday, May 27th. Among the highlights of a very hectic day include league leaders Cincinnati traveling to face Colorado Rapids. Cincinnati, who have a five point lead at the top of the Eastern Conference, successfully powered past New York Red Bulls in a tense US Open Cup tie on Tuesday evening that ultimately went to spot-kicks, so fatigue could be a potential issue. That being said, given the Rapids' poor form - with three straight losses ahead of this tie - many will be expecting Cincinnati to continue their strong start to the season and make it a fourth consecutive win in the league.

Nashville, who are also having a fantastic start to the 2023 MLS season, presently find themselves in second spot on 25 points with four wins from their last five games. They will wrap up matchday 15 on Sunday with a home game against a Columbus Crew side who have won just one of their last five MLS ties.

After being slammed by some of his own players, namely Italian international Federico Bernadeschi, Toronto FC manager Bob Bradley will be feeling quite a bit of pressure from fans when his team host DC United on Saturday. Toronto are bottom of the Eastern Conference with just 13 points and will be desperate for redemption, but that will be easier said than done against United, who have been steadily working their way up the table.

Some fans, especially those in the USA and Canada, will be able to follow some of these games on TV. However, for those who can't access MLS games via TV or prefer a more flexible option, MLS Season Pass offers live streaming of MLS matches in over 100 countries worldwide.

Here is the full list of games for this weekend.

How to watch Matchday 16 in the 2023 MLS season

After the weekend's games, MLS fans will be in for another treat as there will be a midweek round of ties. All the matches will take place on Wednesday, May 31st, with the first game, Atlanta United vs New England, kicking off at 19.00 EST (16.00 PST).

Following that, there will be six games with simultaneous kick-off times at 19.30 EST (16.30 PST), including Columbus Crew vs Colorado Rapids, New York City vs Cincinnati, and Toronto FC vs Chicago Fire. An hour later, there will be a double-header with a starting time of 20.30 EST (17.30 PST) starring Austin vs Minnesota United and Sporting Kansas City vs Dallas.

Matchday 15 will wrap up with Real Salt Lake vs LA Galaxy, which commences at 21.30 EST (18.30 PST), followed by two games starting at 22.30 EST (19.30 PST): Seattle Sounders vs San Jose Earthquakes and Vancouver Whitecaps vs Houston Dynamo.

Here is the full list of games for this round. 

Top news of the week in Major League Soccer

Acosta the star once again as FC Cincinnati continue amazing start to the season

Luciano Acosta, who has been having a brilliant campaign so far, proved to be the deciding factor for FC Cincinnati last round as they beat the Columbus Crew for the first time in nearly three years. The Argentinian attacker netted a brace during his team's 3-2 win to keep Cincinnati on top of the Eastern Conference, and the victory means that Cincinnati are just one of three teams to win all eight of their home games at the start of a season.

In addition to coming up with vital goals, Acosta has proven to be a reliable option when it comes to assisting them. To date, he's been directly involved in eight goals (five goals, three assists), and last season led the MLS with 19 assists for his team, so fans will be naturally hoping to see him reach even greater heights as they chase what would be a first-ever Supporters' Shield.

Two Premier League giants linked with surprise move for New England shot-stopper Djordje Petrovic

According to some reports from his native Serbia, New England shot-stopper Djordje Petrovic is apparently on the radar of not just one, but two Premier League giants. Both Manchester United and Liverpool are looking to add some fresh talent to their goalkeeping options, with David de Gea approaching his later years of his career and the Reds set to lose back-up option Caoimhin Kelleher once the summer transfer window opens.

Petrovic, a 23-year-old Serbian international, has been pretty solid in between the posts for the Revs this season. He's made 13 starts, and kept five clean sheets so far and boasts a nearly 80 per cent save success rate, as per his stats on MLS's page. However, he, and his teammates will need to do much better in their upcoming game against Chicago Fire following two consecutive defeats during which the Revs conceded five goals against Philadelphia Union (3-0) and Inter Miami (2-1).

Make sure to check out our special Major League Soccer page here at for full broadcast info, match updates, news, and more. 


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