Scratch another three games for the Colorado Rapids as their season appears in jeopardy.

Major League Soccer Monday night announced that while there have been no new confirmed cases of COVID-19 among Rapids staff and players, based on the total number of cases, the league in consultation with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, has postponed the team’s matches for the next 10 days.

That would make six contests the Rapids would have to make-up in an extremely crowded schedule before the playoffs begin in early November.

The team already had three matches on the ice – Portland Timbers (Oct. 3), Los Angeles FC (Oct. 7) and LA Galaxy (Oct. 10).

MLS is evaluating options for rescheduling the impacted matches, which include games at Seattle Sounders (Oct. 14)  FC, vs. Real Salt Lake (Oct. 18) and vs. Sporting Kansas City (Oct. 21).

The Rapids (5-4-4, 19 points) are in eighth place in the Western Conference, just above the playoff line.

Those individuals in the Rapids organization who have continued to test negative will have the ability to attend team training but will otherwise remain quarantined.