Toronto has been outscored 14-2 in its last six games, all losses, and the visit of Jack McInerney will not be a welcome sight.
|Toronto FC (4-4-2): Bendik; Richter, Caldwell, Henry, O'Dea; Brockie, Laba, Hall, Lambe; Silva, Earnshaw.
OUT: Richard Eckersley (L hamstring), Stefan Frei (L hamstring strain), Darel Russell (R hamstring strain)
QUESTIONABLE: Justin Braun (L ankle sprain), Terry Dunfield (L knee sprain), Logan Emory (R ankle sprain), Danny Koevermans (L ACL repair)
|Philadelphia Union (4-4-2): MacMath; Williams, Okugo, Parke, Gaddis; Cruz, Carrol, Kleberson, Farfan; McInerney, Le Toux.
OUT: Michael Lahoud (lower abdomen strain)
QUESTIONABLE: Jeff Parke (L hamstring strain), Matt Kassel (L thumb surgery), Zach MacMath (R hamstring strain)
|DID YOU KNOW?|
- These two teams met once already this season, in a 1-1 draw at PPL Park on April 13. Robert Earnshaw and Jack McInerney were the scorers.
- That game was a contentious event, as referee Sorin Stoica showed eight yellow cards and a red card.
- With nine goals on the season, Philadelphia's Jack McInerney is tied for the lead in Major League Soccer this season.
- Toronto players have garnered just six assists this season, the lowest team total in MLS.
- Philadelphia advanced to the fourth round of the U.S. Open Cup with a 2-1 win over Ocean City on Tuesday.