So, it's L.A., the largest city in the state that's shown all of those girly-man voters back east how to grab democracy by the balls. Surely, the previous guy wasn't THIS bad? But we jest. There's a lot we like about LA. The women. The beach. The sunshine. The clean air. Wait, scratch that last one. Way to give Mexico City a run for it's "floating blanket of dirt" money. One or two more cars should just about do it- you'll have the world's first permanent eclipse. Anyway, the LA Dolls roll in the swamp- again sans Donovan- to take on the Metrostars. LA are winless in their last five, while Metro are searching for their first win since knocking off the Crew on June 18th. Can LA return to their winning ways? Can Metro put their recent defensive problems behind them? With Donovan playing for the Nats, can LA score without it's pu$$y? (ahem) All questions to be answered Saturday night under the lights at the state fair clogged Meadowlands. GIANTS STADIUM E. RUTHERFORD, N.J. 8 pm ET (MSG; FSN-W) Note: July 9th Parking Advisory Click Here Metro expect to see Ibrahim and Ward returning to the bench, though Youri looks to be still a week away. Wells will get the start in goal with Meola on the mend, while Guevara returns from injury. Lisi will likely not play, meaning no left footed midfielder again. Suarez is ready to play but is not expected to displace a starter just yet. We could see a lineup like the following: Razov-- SGR Gaven- Guevara - Magee ---Bradley--- Ward--Agoos--Mendes--Leitch ---Wells--- MLSNet Preview Yahoo Preview Barrett perhaps not coming to Metro Meola out to prove he's a keeper - Colin Stephenson Game Notes: - Parking is only $ 3 - Fans will gather in lot 8 to watch the USA gold cup game vs. Canada at 4:30pm - Steve Sampson, 3-6-1, is still a genius. Getting back to the artwork: While the players celebrated, team jocksniffer Eddie Graham looked on. Soon, it would be his time.