MLS: Colorado at Houston, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, MLS Live. Colorado has spent the second half looking up at Dallas in the standings, but the Rapids have two games in hand and are five points back. If Colorado can get a couple of wins, it still has a shot at claiming a most unlikely regular-season title, after two years of abject futility drove away almost all fans in Denver.
World Cup qualifying: Georgia at Wales, 11 a.m. Sunday, FS1. Wales had never qualified for a European Championship before this year, but on the backs of Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey, the Welsh not only qualified but made it to the semifinals. Now the country turns its eyes toward making it to the World Cup. It won’t be easy; Wales hasn’t qualified since 1958.
World Cup qualifying: Turkey at Iceland, 1:45 p.m. Sunday, ESPN. Between its devoted fans, cool postgame chants and unlikely wins over England, Iceland earned itself fans from around the world in last summer’s European Championships. Turkey punches above its weight in tournaments, but a trip to Iceland is no longer the guaranteed win it once might have been.
NWSL: Washington vs. Western New York, 4 p.m. Sunday, FS1. Washington faltered down the stretch, throwing away the NWSL Supporters’ Shield after leading the race for much of the year, but a win here and the resulting league title would make everyone forget. Western New York, though, went into Portland in front of a hostile crowd and pulled out an extra-time win.