Since winning the MLS Cup in 2005, the Los Angeles Galaxy havenít returned to the playoffs. That might not change this season if their most recent effort becomes a pattern in their final five games. Coming off one of the franchiseís worst defeats (the Galaxy allowed a club-record six goals in last weekend's loss to FC Dallas), Los Angeles looks to bounce back Saturday night at The Home Depot Center against a Toronto FC club in search of its first-ever playoff berth. Will LA Galaxy win this match?

Will LA Galaxy win this match?

This is the event horary chart cast for the date, time and place where the match was to be held:

As you can see, here we have Li and the Moon on the DSC. Li and its ruler, Ve, are connected with white colourrs, the Moon is also, so there is no doubt that the DSC ruler represents LA Galaxy.

Toronto FC has a grey away sports kit, but according to the chart, they will probably wear their home sports kit, which is red. Why? Because Ar is the sign on the ASC and neither Aries or its ruler Ma are connected in any way with the colour grey, but they are connected with the colour red.

The Acc dignities for Ve =13 and for Ma=17 which isn't a big difference.

Ve, ruler of the DSC is on the most fortunate fixed star Regulus! Moreover Ve conjuncts partile antiscion of POF! The Moon is on the DSC, and to me, it was obvious that LA Galaxy would win ! I left my prediction that LA Galaxy would win on the TYL forum a few hours before the match started.


After the match on the website I read the following text:

"After conceding six goals to FC Dallas last weekend, the Los Angeles Galaxy got back on track on Saturday evening, tightening up defensively to earn the team's ninth shutout of the season en route to a 2-0 victory against Toronto FC at The Home Depot Center.The Galaxy were led by David Beckham, who scored the team's first goal and recorded an assist on the second. The veteran Englishman was everywhere on Saturday, sparking the team's offense and providing good defense in the middle of the park."

(Just for the record: Toronto FC indeed wears their home sport kit (red) as I predicted!)