MLS Preview: Red Bulls staying grounded

Kljestan and Co. top the Eastern Conference on goal difference ahead of DC United and MLS Cup finalists New England Revolution after opening the season with three wins and two draws - matching their longest unbeaten start to a campaign set in 2007.

The Red Bulls - 2-0 winners over San Jose Earthquakes last week - have a game in hand on United, while the New York franchise have played two matches less than the Revolution heading into Sunday's hosting of reigning champions Los Angeles Galaxy at Red Bull Arena.

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