LOS ANGELES GALAXY (6-0-1; 19 pts.)AT SEATTLE SOUNDERS FC (2-2-3; 9 pts.)1 p.m. Saturday, Qwest Field.TV: KONG 6/16.Radio: 97.3 FM (1210 AM in Spanish).Head-to-head: Sounders went 1-0-1 last season, playing to a 1-1 draw at home and winning 2-0 at Los Angeles. This season’s return match is July 4.Team leaders: For LA: G 9, Edson Buddle; A 6, Landon Donovan; S 32, Buddle; SOG 15, Buddle. For Seattle: G 3, Steve Zakuani; A 3, Fredy Montero; S 23, Montero; SOG 7, Montero. Coach Sigi Schmid scouting report: “L.A.’s gotten off to a big start because Edson Buddle’s gotten off to a huge start. When you score nine goals on 15 shots on goal, that’s an outstanding strike rate. … He’s on fire right now. Landon Donovan is in good form coming off his time with Everton, so he was sharp. … They’ve scored goals with limited chances. And defensively they’ve been solid.”Notes: Los Angeles has the highest point total in MLS and is one of two remaining unbeaten teams. The Galaxy leads the lead for fewest goals allowed (two) and goal differential (plus-nine.) Individually, Buddle leads in goals, Donovan in assists, and goalkeeper Donovan Ricketts in goals-against average (0.29) and shutouts (five). Buddle also leads in shots, game-winning goals, shots on goal and multi-goal games. Donovan also leads in game-winning assists. … This game features the league’s two corner-kick leaders: Seattle’s Freddie Ljungberg (34) and Donovan (28). … For Seattle, Pat Noonan is listed as doubtful, while Brad Evans and Tyrone Marshall are listed as probable, all with hamstring strains. For L.A., D Sean Franklin (ankle), M Dema Kovalenko (hamstring), D Leonardo (quad) and M Eddie Lewis (foot) are questionable. … Buddle is one yellow card from suspension. … The referee will be Kevin Scott.Next: New York Red Bulls, 4:30 p.m. May 15; Red Bulls Arena, Harrison, N.J.; KONG 6/16.