Here's where your team stands in the playoff picture ahead of Decision Day

There's just one weekend left in the 2017 MLS regular season and the playoff picture is nearly set. Here's where your team stands in the race for the Audi 2017 MLS Cup Playoffs:

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Eastern Conference

TOR 1. Toronto FC
68 points 20W - 5L - 8D +37 GD
Remaining Matches (1): Oct 22 at ATL
Toronto's record-setting season tasted even sweeter in Week 32 when they hoisted the 2017 Supporters' Shield in front of their home fans after a victory against rivals Montreal. With a point in Atlanta on Decision Day, they'll have the all-time record for points in a season all to themselves.
NYC 2. New York City FC
16W-9L-8D  |  56 points  |  +13 GD
Remaining Matches (1): Oct 22 vs. CLB
NYCFC enter their season finale sweating out what looked to be a surefire No. 2 spot in the East. Now they have to fend off both Chicago (55 pts) and Atlanta (54 pts) if they want to hold on to that second seed which would guarantee them a Knockout Round bye.
CHI 3. Chicago Fire
16W-10L-7D  |  55 points  |  +17 GD
Remaining Matches (1): Oct 22 at HOU
The Fire's massive come-from-behind win at home against Philadelphia, courtesy of a Nemanja Nikolic hat trick, has them within reach of a potential No. 2 seed if results go their way on Decision Day. But things can also go downhill for Chicago on that final matchday since a combination of results could see them sink to No. 5 in the East and a road Knockout Round match. 
ATL 4. Atlanta United
15W-9L-9D  |  54 points  |  +30 GD
Remaining Matches (1): Oct 22 vs. TOR
The matchup against league leaders Toronto FC on Decision Day will not only be significant for the points at stake (Atlanta are still in the running for the No. 2 spot in the East and a Knockout Round bye). It's a match that many will see as a test that will help establish just how ambitious Atlanta can be ahead of their first postseason.
5. Columbus Crew SC
16W-12L-5D  |  53 points  |  +4 GD
Remaining Matches (1): Oct 22 at NYC
Following their latest win in Orlando, Columbus Crew SC's impressive 6W-0L-3D record in their last nine matches arguably makes them the hottest team heading into the playoffs. And they can keep climbing the East standings and perhaps even host a Knockout Round match if they can surprise NYCFC on the road.
NY 6. New York Red Bulls
13W-12L-8D  |  47 points  |  +5 GD
Remaining Matches (1): Oct 22 at DC
While seeds Nos. 2-5 in the East will be in flux on Decision Day, the New York Red Bulls know they are guaranteed to be the No. 6 seed. That will make Jesse Marsch's lineup selection an intriguing one for their regular season finale: Do you rest all your starters ahead of the road Knockout Round match in midweek? Or do you keep them toned by ruining D.C. United's farewell to RFK?
NE 7. New England Revolution
12W-15L-6D  |  42 points  |  -9 GD
Remaining Matches (1): Oct 22 at MTL

The Revs' patented free-flowing attack was clicking against New York City FC in Week 32. If only they could have mustered a few more of those inspired performances, their season would not have ended as early as it did on October 7.

MTL 8. Montreal Impact
11W-16L-6D  |  39 points  |  -5 GD
Remaining Matches (1): Oct 22 vs. NE

With the playoffs officially a lost cause after RBNY's Oct. 7 home victory, the Impact had the chance to extract some small measure of satisfaction by spoiling rival Toronto FC's Supporters' Shield party in Week 32, but they came up short in a 1-0 loss. Now they'll focus on celebrating retiring club legend Patrice Bernier, who plays his final professional match on Sunday against the Revs.

PHI 9. Philadelphia Union
10W-14L-9D  |  39 points  |  -2 GD
Remaining Matches (1): Oct 22 vs. ORL
It was more frustration for the Philadelphia Union, who coughed up a road lead in Week 32 to lose to the Chicago Fire. It was a defeat that typified their season: glimpses of good quality, but not enough to compete for a win or a playoff berth. That pursuit ended on Oct. 7. 
ORL 10. Orlando City SC
10W-14L-9D  |  39 points  |  -14 GD
Remaining Matches (1): Oct 22 at PHI
The Lions, who have been out of playoff contention since Oct. 7, failed to send off Kaká in triumphant fashion in Week 32, suffering their latest home loss to visiting Columbus Crew SC. MLS fans will get their final look at Kaká in an MLS jersey on Decision Day when he takes the field against the Philadelphia Union.
DC 11. D.C. United
9W-19L-5D  |  32 points  |  -28 GD
Remaining Matches (1): Oct 22 vs. NY
D.C. United can quickly forget their 4-0 dismantling at the hands of the Portland Timbers when they return home to bid their final farewell to RFK Stadium in what is expected to be a festive atmosphere on Decision Day. It will be a relatively big match for a club that has been mathematically eliminated from playoff contention since Sept. 27.

Western Conference

VAN 1. Vancouver Whitecaps
15W-11L-7D  |  52 points  |  +2 GD
Remaining Matches (1): Oct 22 at POR
A 1-1 home draw against the San Jose Earthquakes in Week 32 now has the Whitecaps needing a win or draw in Portland on Decision Day in order to lock up the No. 1 seed in the West. Although they were the first Western Conference team to book their place in the postseason back in Week 30, they could even drop into the Knockout Round with a loss and a Seattle victory.
POR 2. Portland Timbers
14W-11L-8D  |  50 points  |  +9 GD
Remaining Matches (1): Oct 22 vs. VAN
It's exactly how the Timbers drew it up: One match at home to claim the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference and the Cascadia Cup all in one fell swoop. It's a dream scenario and one that was only possible after Portland racked up a 4-0 home win in Week 32 to officially clinch their playoff spot.
SEA 3. Seattle Sounders
13W-9L-11D  |  50 points  |  +10 GD
Remaining Matches (1): Oct 22 vs. COL
The best-case Decision Day scenario for the defending champions is that they clinch a Knockout Round bye with the No. 2 seed. At worst, a series of results – a loss, plus goal-differential splitting wins by Houston and Sporting KC – would send the club on the road for a Knockout Round clash.
SKC 4. Sporting Kansas City
12W-8L-13D  |  49 points  |  +12 GD
Remaining Matches (1): Oct 22 at RSL
Although they officially locked up a playoff berth in Week 32, the goals have seemingly dried up for Sporting Kansas City (two goals in their last four matches). It's not the ideal time to fall into a lull (0W-2L-2D in those four most recent matches) and it won't get any easier when they hit the road to face a desperate Real Salt Lake side on Decision Day.
HOU 5. Houston Dynamo
12W-10L-11D  |  47 points  |  +9 GD
Remaining Matches (1): Oct 22 vs. CHI
Mission accomplished for Wilmer Cabrera and the Houston Dynamo, who return to the postseason after their 0-0 draw in Kansas City in Week 32. Their four points in two back-to-back matches against SKC, including a 2-1 midweek win, will serve them in good stead should they face Sporting KC in the Knockout Round, a scenario which seems likely at this stage.
SJ 6. San Jose Earthquakes
12W-14L-7D  |  43 points  |  -22 GD
Remaining Matches (1): Oct 22 vs. MIN
Chris Wondolowski and the San Jose Earthquakes now have their playoff destiny in their own hands after an unlikely set of results in Week 32. Thanks to a late Valeri Qazaishvili equalizer at No. 1-seed Vancouver, the Quakes know that a win on Decision Day against already-eliminated Minnesota will be enough to clinch the sixth and final playoff spot in the West. Anything less than a win will make for a nervy Sunday.
DAL 7. FC Dallas
10W-10L-13D  |  43 points  |  -4 GD
Remaining Matches (1): Oct 22 vs. LA
It's hard to believe, but at this point it would probably be considered an upset if this FC Dallas side managed to qualify for the MLS Cup Playoffs. That's how steep the slide has been with just one win in their last 14 matches (1W-7L-6D). They need San Jose to drop points and they'll need to take care of business themselves when they host the last-place LA Galaxy in their season finale. But a win for FC Dallas these days is no sure thing.  
RSL 8. Real Salt Lake
12W-15L-6D  |  42 points  |  -7 GD
Remaining Matches (1): Oct 22 vs. SKC
The loss in Colorado is a result that will haunt Mike Petke and Real Salt Lake for the rest of the offseason if they can't somehow pull off a miracle and advance to the postseason on Decision Day. The final stat line from the Week 32 rivalry match reads: one Colorado goal on two total shots. That was enough to hand RSL the 1-0 defeat which now sees them needing a win against Sporting KC (although a tie could potentially be enough) and hoping the Loons can do them a favor and take points from San Jose. 
MIN 9. Minnesota United
10W-17L-6D  |  36 points  |  -22 GD
Remaining Matches (1): Oct 22 at SJ
The Loons, who were mathematically eliminated as of Oct. 7, will play an important role in what is arguably the biggest match on Decision Day. Supporters in Salt Lake and Dallas will be hoping Minnesota can manage to thwart the San Jose Earthquakes from securing the sixth and final playoff berth in the West. A win or draw by the Loons opens the playoff door for FC Dallas and RSL, who will be playing at home. 
COL 10. Colorado Rapids
9W-18L-6D  |  33 points  |  -17 GD
Remaining Matches (1): Oct 22 at SEA
Out of the playoffs since a Sept. 27 loss in Dallas, the Rapids are currently reveling in the role of spoilers. First they took points from a desperate FC Dallas team in Week 31 and then they snatched all three points from rivals Real Salt Lake in Week 32. Can they pull off the trifecta of results with a win or tie in Seattle on Decision Day?
LA 11. LA Galaxy
8W-17L-8D  |  32 points  |  -18 GD
Remaining Matches (1): Oct 22 at DAL
The Galaxy, who were mathematically eliminated from playoff contention on Sept. 27, can now hope to avoid finishing in the league basement after their win over Minnesota in Week 32. But it won't be easy with a road finale at FC Dallas, who are still in pursuit of a playoff berth.