Real Salt Lake have already clinched an MLS playoff berth heading into Sunday's regular season finale at Vancouver.

Whether or not they get to host a first-round playoff game has yet to be determined.

RSL (15-13-5, 50 points) are in fifth place in the Western Conference. That would put them on the road in the first round, although they could still finish as high as third in the West. A third- or fourth-place finish would mean a home match.

"We're on house money. House money," captain Kyle Beckerman told the Salt Lake Tribune. "So I don't feel any pressure. Nothing. We've got everything to gain and nothing to lose."

Real Salt Lake are three points back of Minnesota and Seattle, who play each other Sunday, and one back of the Los Angeles Galaxy.

"There's really not a preference," interim coach Freddy Juarez said of potential playoff foes. "Actually we prefer to host a game, and anyone that comes to us, we like our chances. But if not, we're going to have to do it like we did it last year and go on the road and get a win."

Salt Lake is coming off a playoff-clinching, 2-1 victory against Houston in retiring goalkeeper Nick Rimando's final regular-season home game. Jefferson Savarino scored the decisive goal in the 75th minute.

The Whitecaps (8-15-10, 34 points) are in last place in the conference but have a three-match unbeaten streak, including a 4-3 victory last weekend against the host Galaxy as Michaell Chirinos scored the winner in second-half stoppage time.

"We're coming together now and it's something to look forward to in 2020," 20-year-old forward Theo Bair, who scored his second career goal against the Galaxy, told the Whitecaps' website.

In the only previous meeting this season, RSL beat the visiting Whitecaps 1-0 on March 9 on Albert Rusnak's penalty kick in the 21st minute.

--Field Level Media

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