3:36 PM EDT, Sat October 22, 2016
Portland Timbers Rumors & News
The Portland Timbers are aiming to earn a win on the road at Vancouver and clinch a playoff berth on the final day of the regular season Sunday.
The Portland Timbers (12-13-8, 44 points) will travel to face the Vancouver Whitecaps (9-15-9, 36 points) in their final game of the MLS regular season on Sunday, October 23 at 1 p.m. PT at BC Place in Vancouver, Canada. Follow live updates from the game here.
The Timbers (12-13-8, 44 points) can clinch a Major League Soccer playoff spot and the Cascadia Cup if they earn their first road win this season when they play at the Vancouver Whitecaps (9-15-9, 36 points) on Sunday at 1 p.m. Pacific time.
For the Portland Timbers, the players to watch are Fanendo Adi, Darlington Nagbe and Steven Taylor. For the Vancouver Whitecaps, the players to watch are Pedro Morales, Kendall Waston and David Ousted.
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Grabavoy talked about the draw with Saprissa which ousted the Timbers from the CONCACAF Champions League tournament and about regrouping for the Major League Soccer regular-season finale at the Vancouver Whitecaps.
Portland Timbers coach Caleb Porter was raw, open and heartfelt during his postgame press conference after the team drew 1-1 against Deportivo Saprissa and were eliminated from the CONCACAF Champions League tournament.
The Portland Timbers drew 1-1 with Deportivo Saprissa and their CONCACAF Champions League run ends. Check out the live chat recap and video highlight.
The Timbers were eliminated from CONCACAF Champions League Wednesday after drawing Deportivo Saprissa 1-1 at Providence Park.
The Timbers support group, the Timbers Army, unfurled a tifo ahead of Portland's match against Deportivo Saprissa in CONCACAF Champions League group play at Providence Park on Wednesday.
Darlington Nagbe's future with the U.S. National Team is reportedly in question after the Portland Timbers midfielder declined a call-up this month.
Soccer Made in Portland is a weekly Portland Timbers podcast hosted by The Oregonian's Jamie Goldberg and Stumptown Footy's Chris Rifer. This week Jamie and Chris talk about the Timbers' suspensions and injuries, Darlington Nagbe's future with the U.S. National Team and whether the Timbers will advance in CONCACAF Champions League and make the MLS Cup Playoffs.
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