Inter Miami will visit New York Red Bulls on Wednesday, pitting two teams at the bottom of the MLS Eastern Conference against each other.
Inter Miami sits at the bottom of the standings with 15 points, while the visitors are one point higher in 13th place.
Inter Miami has struggled in the first few months of their third MLS season, losing nine of their 14 games. After defeats to Nashville SC and Orlando City, Phil Neville's team was given a reprieve in the US Open Cup.
They advanced to the quarter-finals with a 2-1 win over Nashville, but they were immediately dragged back down to earth by Montreal over the weekend, losing in a narrow 1-0 defeat in Canada.
Inter Miami has now lost three straight MLS games, but they will return to DRV PNK Stadium, where they have won four of their past five games.
New York Red Bulls' fortunes have recently improved after ending a seven-game winless streak earlier this month with a 1-0 win over DC United in the US Open Cup.
The tight victory fueled the Red Bulls to seven points in three MLS matches before falling to Cincinnati in a penalty shootout in the US Open Cup last-16.
They were unable to recover from their cup loss as they travelled to Lumen Field over the weekend, falling 1-0 to Seattle Sounders thanks to Jordan Morris' first-half goal.
Troy Lesesne's team will be on the road for Wednesday's game, hoping to put a stop to the bout of homesickness that has impeded their progress this term, having failed to win any of their eight MLS away games in 2023.
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Inter Miami vs New York Red Bulls kick-off time
|Date:||May 31, 2023|
|Kick-off time:||7:30 pm ET / 4:30 pm PT|
|Venue:||DRV PNK Stadium|
Inter Miami and New York Red Bulls face off on May 31 at DRV PNK Stadium. Kickoff is set for 7:30 pm Eastern Time (ET), or 4:30 pm Pacific Time (PT).
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The game will not be broadcast live on TV but will be available to stream live online through Apple TV MLS Season Pass.
Team news & squads
Inter Miami team news
For Inter Miami, Noah Allen, Ian Fray and Gregore have been ruled out and remain on the treatment table. Leonardo Campana and Josef Martinez may start together.
Inter Miami possible XI: Callender; Yedlin, Kryvtsov, Miller; Sailor; Arroyo, Ruiz, Cremaschi, Stefanelli; Campana, Martinez
|Defenders||Negri, McVey, Yedlin, Kryvtsov, Sailor|
|Midfielders||Mota, Gregore, Pizarro, Ulloa, Jean, Duke, Cremaschi, Neville, Duke|
|Forwards||Martinez, Lassiter, Campana|
New York team news
Yet again, Steven Sserwadda is unlikely to feature because of a knee strain, while Matt Nocita and Serge Ngoma are recovering from sore hamstrings.
New York Red Bulls possible XI: Coronel; D. Nealis, S. Nealis, Reyes, Tolkin; Carmona, Casseres, Yearwood; Fernandez; Burke, Morgan
|Defenders||Tolkin, Reyes, Duncan, S. Nealis, D. Nealis, Ndam|
|Midfielders||Casseres, Morgan, Luquinhas, Carmona, Amaya, Fernandez, Stroud|
|Forwards||Manoel, Burke, Harper, Vanzeir|
The last five games between Inter Miami and New York Red Bulls have ended with the Red Bulls claiming three wins and the Herons claiming two. The last four games between these two sides have ended with the home team getting all three points.