Just to get the thread started for The Biggest Match in MLS History (to date): Real Salt Lake vs. Monterrey Wednesday, April 27, 2011, 10 p.m. EST (8 p.m. local) Rio Tinto Stadium, Sandy Utah TV: Fox Soccer Channel, Telefutura Online: CONCACAF Champions League TV (free registration) The basics: RSL has the upper hand going into the game (as if their home unbeaten streak wasn't enough), with a 2-2 draw last week in Monterrey giving them the series in case of a low-scoring draw this Wednesday. They'll have to do so without Kyle Beckerman, however, as he is out on yellow card accumulation, as are Aldo de Nigris and "Chokehold" Zavala for Monterrey (the captain of los rayados, Luis Perez, is also out injured). RSL's also coming into the game fresher, off of a bye week with its MLS match against Philly postponed until September, while Monterrey had to play a number of first-teamers (including "Chupete" Suazo") the entire game at home against Puebla in the Mexican League over the weekend, and only getting a draw at that. Finally, a quick overview of what happens if... RSL wins --> RSL wins the CCL Monterrey wins --> Monterrey wins the CCL RSL and Monterrey tie 0-0 or 1-1 --> RSL wins the CCL on away goals RSL and Monterrey tie 3-3 or more --> Monterrey wins the CCL on away goals RSL and Monterrey tie 2-2 --> 30 minutes of extra time (with away goals no longer counting), then penalties if necessary So on Wednesday, the CONCACAF Champions League trophy (plus the ticket to the Club World Cup) finds a new home... * And to repeat what Ismitje said in the first leg's thread: "Keep it friendly here in the neutral (but leaning MLS!) PBP thread."