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MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. -- On Sunday night, MNUFC welcomed second-place LAFC in a Western Conference clash to close out its home stand. The Loons came in on a three-game home win streak and with the same starting XI for the third game in nine days, while LAFC were following up a mid-week U.S. Open Cup victory against Portland Timbers.

Gros Islet, St Lucia. - The Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) fixtures, venues and start times have been confirmed for the 2018 season which gets underway on the 8 August when defending champions Trinbago Knight Riders take on St Lucia Stars in Trinidad.

Georgetown, Guyana. - The Hero Caribbean Premier League are delighted to welcome Repsol as a partner for the 2018 tournament, with a special focus being on the seven games to be played in Guyana. Repsol will not only be partnering with CPL for the Guyana Amazon Warriors’ five home matches, but also for CPL’s two play-off games, which will be played in Guyana for the first time. All matches will be played at the Providence Stadium across August and September.

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. - Minnesota United welcomed Real Salt Lake to TCF Bank Stadium on a toasty Saturday night for the start of a three-game homestand that will ultimately go a long way to determining whether the team will be able to make its way above the red line and into the playoffs. To that end, they got off to a good start, taking all three points in a win that nonetheless had them sweating down the stretch as Real Salt Lake scored two late to make it 3-2.

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