MLS 2019 Decision Day: Match Power Rankings

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MLS, Minnesota United, San Jose Earthquakes

SAN JOSE, CA – JUNE 08: San Jose Earthquakes forward Chris Wondolowski (8) gets a high five from San Jose Earthquakes midfielder Valeri Kazaishvili (11) after scoring during the match between FC Dallas and San Jose Earthquakes on Saturday, June 08, 2019 at Avaya Stadium in San Jose, California. (Photo by Douglas Stringer/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

The 2019 MLS Regular Season has reached its end. Decision Day is here. But which games should you watch? Here is a power ranking of all 12 matches.

The 2019 MLS regular season has reached its conclusion, Decision Day 2019 is finally here with every team kicking off their regular-season finale at 4 PM EST.

For some teams, their Decision Day contest is one final 90 minutes of suffering before looking ahead to 2020. Others, though, will be fighting for a place in the playoffs or home-field advantage. Every team heads into the final match in a different scenario, making some game must-see soccer and others not so much.

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Since all the matches start at the same time, fans don’t have the privilege of watching games spread out through the week. So, to make it easier to choose which match to watch, here are the 2019 Decision Day Match Power Rankings.

Chicago Fire

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – APRIL 24: Referee Robert Sibiga talks with Diego Campos #17,Nicolas Gaitan #20,C.J. Sapong #9 and Djordje Mihailovic #14 of Chicago Fire during the second half against the New York City FC at Yankee Stadium on April 24, 2019 in the Bronx borough of New York City.The New York City FC defeated the Chicago Fire 1-0. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

The game nobody wants to watch

Orlando City Vs. Chicago Fire

Another season has passed and neither Orlando City or the Chicago Fire will be spending time in the postseason. This continues a frustrating run for Orlando City who have yet to make the playoffs since joining MLS in 2015. For the Fire, this is their second consecutive season without making a run for MLS Cup.

Supporters of both teams will see this game as just another 90 minutes they must endure to get ready for the 2020 campaign.

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