The Canadian side travels to face the defending champions, looking to record its first victory of 2014.The Montreal Impact will travel to Sporting Park on Saturday evening, looking for their first win of the season against Sporting Kansas City.
Following three straight losses to start the season, the Impact have secured three consecutive draws, and will be looking to go one better at Sporting Park, where Montreal has won each of the past two seasons.
Sporting KC is off to a 2-1-2 start, and will be well rested after not playing a game since a 0-0 draw with Real Salt Lake in a MLS Cup rematch on April 5.
The home team will be without Uri Rosell, who picked up a red card in the RSL match. It also received a long-term injury blow this week, as top backup central defender Ike Opara will miss the rest of the season with an ankle injury.