MLS Standings 2012: Chicago Fire Tied For 4th In East

The Chicago Fire dropped their most recent game -- a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Columbus on Saturday -- and fell to 5-4-3 overall. With 18 points so far this season, the Fire find themselves in a tie for fourth place in the Eastern Conference with the Crew.

Related: Chicago Fire 1 - Columbus Crew 2: Chicago outmuscled in Ohio

Here are the full Eastern Conference standings:

1. D.C. United (27 points)
2. New York Red Bulls (26)
3. Sporting Kansas City (25)
T4. Columbus Crew (18)
T4. Chicago Fire (18)
6. Houston Dynamo (16)
7. New England Revolution (13)
8. Montreal Impact (12)
9. Philadelphia Union (8)
10. Toronto FC (3)

Chicago's MLS regular season schedule continues with a road game against New England on June 2.

For more on this game, stick with SB Nation Chicago. For more in-depth coverage, visit Fire blog Hot Time in Old Town. For more news and notes around MLS, check out SB Nation's soccer news hub.Check out the SB Nation Channel on YouTube

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