The LA Galaxy have played in the MLS Cup final eight times before, but somehow Sunday's game feels like it might be the biggest. Not only is Landon Donovan hanging up his boots after the final whistle, but the Galaxy will stand alone as record holders of some sort. They'll either be the first team to win five MLS Cups or the first to lose that many.
They'll be facing a New England Revolution team they've faced in finals twice before, winning 1-0 in overtime on both occasions. While the regular-season records suggest the Galaxy should be heavy favorites to make it 3-for-3, the Revolution have been playing as good as anyone for the last few months. Since signing Jermaine Jones, they've lost only one game and plowed through the playoffs. They are at full strength and ready to rumble. Buckle up.
When: Sunday at noon (broadcast), kickoff is at 12:30 p.m.
TV: ESPN (English), UniMas (Spanish)
Streaming: Watch ESPN