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MLS Standings 2012: Chicago Fire Drop To Fourth In The Eastern Conference

The Chicago Fire's record has not changed since their victory over Houston on Sept. 2 as they still stand at 13-8-5. However, the Houston Dynamo improved their record by a win and now stand one point ahead of Chicago in the Eastern Conference standings.

Chicago's lone game since last week was a friendly against Santos Laguna. They tied that match-up, 2-2.

# Club PTS GP PPG W L T GF GA GD HG HGD RG RGD
1 Sporting Kansas City 50 27 1.85 15 7 5 34 24 10 17 7 17 3
2 New York Red Bulls 46 27 1.7 13 7 7 46 39 7 27 15 19 -8
3 Houston Dynamo 45 28 1.61 12 7 9 40 33 7 25 15 15 -8
4 Chicago Fire 44 26 1.69 13 8 5 35 31 4 20 8 15 -4
5 Columbus Crew 42 27 1.56 12 9 6 33 32 1 21 4 12 -3
6 D.C. United 41 27 1.52 12 10 5 43 38 5 31 17 12 -12
7 Montreal Impact 39 29 1.34 12 14 3 43 46 -3 31 13 12 -16
8 New England Revolution 28 28 1 7 14 7 35 38 -3 21 7 14 -10
9 Philadelphia Union 26 25 1.04 7 13 5 25 30 -5 18 3 7 -8
10 Toronto FC 21 27 0.78 5 16 6 30 48 -18 13 -8 17 -10

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