Wednesday MLS Gameday: Galaxy on the road in Utah tonight, Chivas USA meets a familiar face in Carson

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Galaxy stylin’: Looking good off the field in their new Macy’s manwear, stinkin’ things upon it, despite last weekend’s rare win. From left, this is Todd Dunivant, Juninho and Mike Magee, incidentally.(Photo courtesy LA Galaxy).

What would you rather do this evening?

Journey to Carson to watch Chivas USA, which seemingly can’t win at home, play expansion Montreal, now coached by former Goat guy Jesse Marsch (also live at 7:30 p.m. on Prime Ticket)?

Or stay home and watch the Galaxy, which seemingly can’t win anywhere, despite last weekend’s rare home win, get creamed on the road by MLS’ best team — Real Salt Lake — live at 6 p.m. on KDOC and KWHY.

And yeah, I know some of you are saying neither, but Euro 2012 is taking a brief break today before the quarterfinals begin Thursday.

The two MLS games are among a half dozen on tap today.

Staff Writer Phil Collin takes a look at the challenges facing Chivas USA (losers to RSL last weekend remember) and the Galaxy in his piece today.

Here’s the RSL perspective:

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  • Ben

    I am frustrated as well by LA’s lack of form this season, but let’s not say they’ve lost before they play. As we saw tonight, this team has a lot of talent, and when things gel together, they can beat any MLS team.
    Despite a few defensive lapses, LA looked the better team tonight, even with only 40% of possession. WIth Omar coming back soon, and a gradual return to form, I would not count LA out of any game–including the two big friendlies.