MNUFC and Major League Soccer have announced that the team’s broadcast for its Decision Day match on November 7, has been moved to FS1 and FOX Deportes. In addition to the national broadcast, the match will be available locally on SKOR North Radio. Decision Day kickoff is set for 5 p.m. CT.

What to Watch for in the Eastern Conference

The Eastern Conference kicks off with seven games at 2:30 p.m. CT, including a spotlight matchup on ESPN and ESPN Deportes that will feature No. 3 Nashville SC playing to achieve an unbeaten homefield record for the history books at Nissan Stadium against the No. 7 New York Red Bulls, who are sitting in the last spot above the playoff line with only a two-point lead ahead of their chasing competition at the moment.

As Nashville fights to preserve their unbeaten home streak with Landon Donovan Most Valuable Player candidate Hany Muhktar’s 15 goals and 12 assists on the attack, will goalkeeper Joe Willis’ single-season career record 96 saves this season be enough to stop a scrapping New York Red Bulls side, with one last shot and every point to count to punch their tickets to the Audi 2021 MLS Cup Playoffs?

What to Watch for in the Western Conference

Once the dust settles in the East, the fate of the remainder of the pack in the Western Conference will very much remain to be determined during the six MLS Decision Day games at 5 p.m. CT, with FS1 and FOX Deportes placing front and center the clash between No. 6 LA Galaxy and No. 5 Minnesota United FC. Both clubs will head into MLS Decision Day with their fates still to be decided – and their futures possibly very much on the line.

On MLS Decision Day, both ESPN and FS1 broadcasts will again feature live look-ins to the pivotal moments around the league as they are happening. In addition, the remaining 11 games will be available via MLS Live on ESPN+.

The stakes will be all the way up for the high-intensity regular season finale, as MLS teams are approaching 33 games down and only one to go heading into MLS Decision Day this Sunday, Nov. 7. Ready or not, the 26 clubs in action across seven simultaneous Eastern Conference games and six simultaneous Western Conference games will extend coverage of the suspense-filled end of the regular season during back-to-back broadcast windows, with major postseason implications and history-making pursuits all on the line.