This week will feature some great games, including Toronto vs New England, Seattle Sounders vs Sporting Kansas, and more.

The 2023 MLS season is in full swing, and fans will be kept entertained throughout the weekend with an action packed Saturday. The Eastern Conference is still being led by New England Revolution and Cincinnati following their one-all draw last time out, while the Seattle Sounders still have a narrow one-point lead over the chasing pack in the Western Conference.

Will we see some shake-ups in the league standings by the time the dust settles this weekend?

Here's all you need to know ahead of matchday 11 in MLS.

How to watch Matchday 11 in the 2023 MLS season

Last weekend saw New England and Cincinnati play out to a one-one draw, meaning that the two teams are still joint-tied for top spot in the Eastern Conference. The Revs are still ahead thanks to their better goal difference vs Cincinnati's (+7 vs +2), and will hope to pull clear of everyone else when they face Toronto on Saturday. Simultaneously, Cincinnati will be in action at the same time against a DC United side who have won three on the spin and could potentially pose some problems for their upcoming hosts.

Meanwhile in the Western Conference, table-toppers Seattle Sounders will wrap up matchday 11 with a home game against Kansas City on Saturday. By the time the Sounders take to the pitch, they could have slipped down to third if St. Louis and Los Angeles win their respective games against Dallas and San Jose Earthquakes the day before.

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.

Top news of the week in Major League Soccer

Vancouver Whitecaps vs Colorado Rapids tie makes history 

Although last Saturday's game between struggling Vancouver Whitecaps and Colorado Rapids ended as a bore draw, the game nonetheless made its name into the history books.

That's thanks to the officiating team, which was made up of three women for the first time ever. Indeed, for  the first time in nearly three decades (28 to be exact) fans got to see a MLS game has had women fill all roles when it comes to officiating, with Tori Penso, Brooke Mayo, and Felisha Mariscal tasked with keeping everything running smoothly.

The game was mostly without any major incidents, save for late in the second half when Penso gave the Rapids a penalty, but Diego Rubio's effort from the spot was saved by Whitecaps shot-stopper Yohei Takaoka to keep the score-lines level at 0-0.

They can't handle our league! MLS boss speaks out following Wrexham's promotion

Wrexham's return to the Football League for the first time in 2008 has earned the small club quite a bit of supporters - including A-listers over in Hollywood thanks to Ryan Reynolds's investment. The Welsh club also features in an interesting docu-series called "Welcome to Wrexham", and now, following a record-breaking campaign that has helped them secure promotion to League Two, people all over the world are buzzing about what's next for the ambitious club.

MLS boss Chris Klein, who's the president of LA Galaxy had his own thoughts on Wrexham's potential when asked in a recent interview with the Athletic. Klein noted that Wrexham, who will face LA Galaxy's reserves this summer, would not likely do well in MLS because of how the league has grown and developed over the years.

"[I'd] like to think that they would struggle in MLS, because of how far we've come as a league, but you wouldn't really be able to tell that unless you were able to see them over a 34-game season", he noted during the interview.

"But I would like to think that our first division here in the United States is a higher level [than a lower tier from the UK]". 

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