The North American league continues despite the international break, with the big doubt if St. Louis can keep up with their great run.

There might be an international break going on across the world, but MLS fans will get to watch their favorite clubs going at it for one more weekend.

The maiden season of the dominant St. Louis SC has shocked all experts, and with four wins in a row, the new club in the competition has already nabbed a spot in the league's history. Without a doubt, the team will want to increase their tally in terms of games won, and their clash this week against Real Salt Lake will be quite interesting.

Other games that will keep fans glued to their TV sets and streaming devices will feature, without a doubt, Columbus Crew vs Atlanta United, who will have to make do without Thiago Almada,  and defending champions Los Angeles FC facing FC Dallas in one of the stellar matches taking place this Saturday.

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

How to watch Matchweek 5 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 Portland Timbers vs LA Galaxya game where the away side will try to win their first match of the season. Meanwhile, San Jose vs Toronto will be one to keep an eye on, as the hosts look for their third win of the season against a team that has been hit hard due to the absence of their international playersThe 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

CF Montreal grant contract extension to highly-rated defender

The Canadian side has decided to extend the current deal for defender Joel Waterman, who helped the club to win the Canadian championship in 2021 and was also key to their best-ever season in the league. Waterman will be able to show off his new deal next week, as Montreal have been given a bye for this weekend.

Thiago Almada claims second Goal of the Matchday this season

The Argentine international has made his mark in the North American league, and he has confirmed his reputation as one of the best players in the league.

The league's top scorer celebrated his fourth goal of the season with a stunning free kick, which was a true candidate for Goal of the Matchweek with barely any opposition.

Have a look at Almada's stunner (Image might be geo-restricted).

Austin FC ready to end their woes by signing loan deal for Serbian footballer

The Texan side has struggled this season with two losses and an early exit from the CONCACAF Champions League. With that in mind, the team's hierarchy has chosen to add depth to their defense by agreeing a loan deal for defencer Aleksandar Radovanovic.

The 29-year-old defender makes it to the league on loan from Jupiler Pro League KV Kortrijk, and his European experience will come in handy for a team that has conceded nine times in six matches across all competitions.

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