Major League Soccer's hottest striker comes up against a team against which he's developed a knock for scoring big goals.
|New England Revolution (4-4-2): Shuttleworth; Farrell, Goncalves, Soares, Tierney; Rowe, Cisse, Dorman, Nguyen; Bengson, Fagundez.
OUT: Kevin Alston (illness) - DL, Chad Barrett (L hamstring strain)
QUESTIONABLE: Scott Caldwell (R ankle sprain), Matt Reis (L knee inflamation), Saer Sene (L ACL tear), Juan Toja (L knee irritation)
|Philadelphia Union (4-4-2): MacMath; Williams, Okugo, Parke, Gaddis; Cruz, Daniel, Carroll, Le Toux; Casey, McInerney.||
OUT: Matt Kassel (R knee strain)
|DID YOU KNOW?|
- Philadelphia striker Jack McInerney is the current MLS leading scorer. The 20-year-old has scored six goals in seven matches so far this season.
- These teams already met once this season. McInerney was the difference in a 1-0 Union win on March 16.
- McInerney has been especially effective against the Revolution, scoring four goals (three game-winners and an equalizer) in six games versus New England.
- New England has scored just two goals this year, the weakest offense in MLS. Worse for the Revs, one of that pair was an own goal in a 4-1 loss to New York last week.
- Philadelphia comes into this match with a three-game unbeaten streak. New England hasn't won since its opening game of the season.