Things are getting quite interesting ahead of the first international break. Will we still have unbeaten teams after this weekend?

This will be the fourth weekend of action in the Major League Soccer, and while some fans are now complaining about the appearance of the FIFA International break, there will be plenty to keep an eye on in what will be one more match for all teams involved in the league.

The only team with a perfect record is located in the Western Conference, where St. Louis SC have dominated the opposition with three wins in three games. The defending champions, Los Angeles FC, are still undefeated, but their postponed match against Los Angeles Galaxy has prevented them from reaching nine points. Meanwhile, Atlanta, Nashville, and Cincinnati are still unbeaten in the Eastern Conference, although all of them have dropped points, which has given the expansion team an edge in the race to win the Supporters' Shield.

The next few days will bring some exciting matches for fans to watch, especially for those who support clubs also involved in the CONCACAF Champions League. Moreover, it will be interesting to see how teams go all in to win their final points before the international break, with squads such as Montreal, Charlotte, and Houston still waiting to win their first match of the season.

Without further ado, here's what you should keep in mind before Matchweek Four gets underway.

How to watch Matchweek 4 in the 2023 MLS season?

Fans in the U.S. and Canada will be able to watch select games on regular TV networks. The first one of those will be Seattle vs Los Angeles FC, a battle for the top spot in the Western Conference. Another match set to be available on TV will be Toronto vs Inter MiamiAdded to that, LA Galaxy vs Vancouver Whitecaps will also be made available on TV and streamed free of charge on Apple TV. The rest of this week's matches will be available to be streamed in over 100 countries via MLS Season Pass

Here is the full list of games for this weekend.

Top news of the week in Major League Soccer

Three MLS teams make it to the next round in the CONCACAF Champions League

The top continental competition for CONCACAF teams delivered good news for MLS teams, as three out of five squads made it to the Quarterfinals of the tournament. Los Angeles FC, Vancouver Whitecaps, and the Philadelphia Union are through to the final eight teams in the tournament, and fate has already dealt mmore good news for the league, as the Whitecaps and LAFC will lock horns in the next stage, which guarantees at least one MLS club in the semis. On the other hand, Austin FC and Orlando City SC were unable to beat their rivals, which means they will get to watch the rest of the tournament at home.

Jon Gallagher claims Goal of the Matchday with stunner against Real Salt Lake

There was hardly any debate on who the winner of the best goal of the week should have been, as Jon Gallagher dominated the polls almost immediately after scoring against Real Salt Lake.

The stunning shot off Gallagher's left foot was even more spectacular after hitting the crossbar, but the fact that this goal came away from home must have made it an even sweeter moment for the Austin FC man.

Have a look at Gallagher's gem (Image might be geo-restricted).

MLS players called up to their national teams for the first International break in 2023

The North American league continues to contribute to teams from all around the world, as 44 MLS players have been called up by their national teams for international duty. The teams with the most call ups were Atlanta United and Minnesota United, both with six of their footballers ready to serve their countries.

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