Seattle finally has a win, but it's a long way to climb back up the table, and Philadelphia has the league's hottest forward.
|Philadelphia Union (4-4-2): MacMath; Williams, Parke, Okugo, Gaddis; Cruz, Carroll, Daniel, M. Farfan; Casey, McInerney.
QUESTIONABLE: Danny Cruz (R ankle contusion)
|Seattle Sounders (4-4-2): Gspurning; Yedlin, Hurtado, Traore, Gonzalez; Rosales, Alonso, Joseph, Caskey; Zakuani, Neagle.||
OUT: David Estrada (L eye injury)
QUESTIONABLE: Patrick Ianni (R foot fracture), Eddie Johnson (L hamstring strain), Obafemi Martins (R leg tendon injury)
|DID YOU KNOW?|
- Seattle has scored just three goals this season, the least potent offense in MLS.
- The Sounders have kept it tight at the other end, however. Their five goals allowed is tied for second-best defense in the league.
- Two former Seattle players, Jeff Parke and Sebastien Le Toux, are now with the Union.
- Philadelphia striker Jack McInerney is tied for the league lead in goals, with six. He was named the MLS player of the month for April.
- Seattle's 1-0 victory over Colorado in its last game was the team's first victory of the 2013 season.