Following a full day of games on Saturday, a pair of MLS Soccer Sunday matches are in store, as the New England Revolution hopes to continue its recent run of positive performances against Orlando City SC at the always rocking Citrus Bowl (3:30 p.m. ET, ESPN/ESPN Deportes). Recent signing Julio Baptista is expected to have a more involved role as he comes into fitness for Orlando’s attack after making his team debut in the final moments of last week’s game against Philadelphia. The veteran Brazilian international joins Orlando after spells with some of Europe’s most storied clubs, including Real Madrid, Arsenal and Roma.
Another Western Conference heavyweight battle caps off MLS Soccer Sunday action when league-leaders Sporting Kansas City faces FC Dallas at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, TX (7 p.m. ET, FS1/FOX Deportes). Midfielder Benny Feilhaber scored in his second consecutive match last week and hopes to continue the streak to help keep Sporting KC’s position atop the Supporters’ Shield standings in a Wednesday contest against the Colorado Rapids before Sunday’s clash at Dallas (Watch Goal).