MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Minnesota United has canceled a match this season due to COVID-19. The club announced that they have confirmed a second positive case among players this week.

They were set to take on Sporting Kansas City Sunday at Children’s Mercy Park.

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Because there aren’t enough match dates available before Decision Day, the match isn’t going to be rescheduled.

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As many clubs will end up finishing the season without having played a full 23 matches, the qualification for playoffs will be determined through points earned per match, or by game.

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