There is little movement near the top of this week's edition of the MLS power rankings.

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There is little movement near the top of this week’s edition of the MLS power rankings. Last week’s ranking in parentheses. 

1. Dallas (1) 
Was forced to settle for a home draw against Sporting. Next league match: at Salt Lake on Saturday.
2. Colorado (2) 
With games in hand, could make a Supporters’ Shield push. Up next: vs. Orlando on Saturday.
3. Los Angeles (4)
Looks poised to peak late once again. Up next: at New York City FC on Saturday.
4. Toronto (3)
Could have used more than a point from Houston trip. Up next: at Philadelphia on Saturday.
5. New York Red Bulls (8)
Montreal win a statement of intent. Up next: at D.C. on Sunday.
6. New York City FC (6)
Road draw at Columbus a wild one. Up next: vs. Los Angeles on Saturday.
7. Salt Lake (5)
Is better than it looked at CenturyLink. Up next: vs. Dallas on Saturday.
8. Kansas City (11)
Forced Dallas to dig deep in Frisco. Up next: vs. Vancouver on Saturday.
9. Philadelphia (9)
New-look Union smashed the Revs. Up next: vs. Toronto on Saturday.
10. Montreal (7)
Hard to get a read on this team. Up next: vs. Chicago on Saturday.
11. San Jose (12)
Will push to the wire for playoff berth. Up next: vs. Houston on Friday.
12. Portland (10)
Still winless on the road ahead of Seattle trip. Up next: at Seattle on Sunday.
13. Seattle (14)
Next two weeks could define the season. Up next: vs. Portland on Sunday.
14. D.C. (17)
Never count out this bunch. Up next: vs. New York Red Bulls on Sunday.
15. Vancouver (13)
Trendy preseason title pick looks cooked. Up next: at Kansas City on Saturday.
16. Columbus (19)
Shouldn’t quite be written off in weak East. Up next: at New England on Saturday.
17. Orlando (16)
That back line is a mess. Up next: at Colorado on Saturday.
18. New England (15)
Rolling over at home never a good sign. Up next: vs. Columbus on Saturday.
19. Houston (18)
Plenty of empty seats paid witness to TFC draw. Up next: at San Jose on Friday.
20. Chicago (20)
Already looking ahead to next season. Up next: at Montreal on Saturday.