Real Salt Lake looks to push its win streak to a season record six in a row when it visits RFK Stadium to face D.C. United.
|D.C. United (4-4-2): Hamid; Kitchen, McDonald, White, Woolard; Najar, Simms, De Rosario, Quaranta; Davies, Wolff.||
OUT: MF Branko Boskovic (L ACL tear); MF Chris Pontius (R tibia fracture); DF Jed Zayner (L knee sprain)
QUESTIONABLE: GK Steve Cronin (R shoulder strain); DF Dejan Jakovic (R hamstring strain); MF Santino Quaranta (L quadriceps spasm)
PROBABLE: GK Bill Hamid (R hamstring strain)
|Real Salt Lake (4-4-2): Rimando; Russell, Borchers, Olave, Schuler; Williams, Beckerman, Gil, Johnson; Espindola, Saborio.||
OUT: MF Nelson González (R foot fracture); GK Kyle Reynish (R ankle sprain); DF Tony Beltran (L groin adductor tear)
DOUBTFUL: FW Chris Agorsor (R hand fracture)
QUESTIONABLE: DF Chris Wingert (L wrist fracture); MF Javier Morales (L ankle fracture dislocation)
PROBABLE: FW Álvaro Saborío (R knee effusion)
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Real Salt Lake pushed its win streak to an MLS season-best five in a row with a 3-1 win at New York Wednesday night. Fabian Espindola had a brace and Alvaro Saborio added another goal.
- D.C. suffered a difficult 2-2 draw at home against Chivas USA Wednesday night. The match saw United give up a 2-0 lead and Dwayne De Rosario had a late penalty saved which would have won the game.
- Real Salt Lake is now tied for second place in the Western Conference with a game in hand on Seattle, with a record of 15-7-6 (51 points).
- Wednesday's result leaves D.C. at 12th in the overall standings (10th is the final playoff spot), trailing New York and Portland by one and two points respectively. However, D.C. holds two games in hand over both teams.
- RSL has now won three straight road matches for only the second time in club history.