Sporting Kansas City continues its home-stand looking to keep a 12-match unbeaten streak alive against the resurgent Revs.
Sporting Kansas City (4-3-3): Nielsen; Myers, Besler, Cesar, Sinovic; Espinoza, Diop, Jeferson; Kamara, Sapong, Bravo.
OUT: MF Davy Arnaud (sports hernia surgery); MF Craig Rocastle (R knee sprain); MF Konrad Warzycha (R knee surgery); DF Aurelien Collin (lower back contusion);
PROBABLE: DF Olukorede Aiyegbusi (concussion); FW Kei Kamara (foot strain); GK Eric Kronberg (abdominal strain); DF Shavar Thomas (neck strain); MF Graham Zusi (ankle sprain)
New England Revolution (4-3-3): Reis; Coria, Soares, Barnes, Alston; McCarthy, Joseph, Phelan; Schilawski, Lekic, Feilhaber.
OUT: FW Kheli Dube (whiplash);
DOUBTFUL: DF Ryan Cochrane (L foot pain); MF Alan Koger (R heel contusion);
QUESTIONABLE: DF Kevin Alston (L turf toe);
PROBABLE: MF Zak Boggs (L high ankle sprain)
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Sporting Kansas City equaled the longest unbeaten streak in club history on Saturday with a 4-2 victory over Toronto FC, marking the team’s 12th straight MLS match without a loss.
- New England earned a 2-2 draw at Colorado last weekend, a week after earning its first road victory of the season at D.C. United. Shalre Joseph notched a penalty in the dying minutes to preserve the draw.
- Sporting Kansas City received an injury blow when it discovered central defender Aurelien Collin will miss six weeks while recovering from a spine injury. Julio Cesar is expected to step in as his replacement.
- Benny Feilhaber scored his first MLS goal for the Revolution last week in his tenth match with the team.
- The two goals Sporting allowed against Toronto broke a streak of 12 straight matches of allowing a single goal or less.
- Chris Tierney received a red card in the match against Colorado, and will sit this game out due to suspension.