TORONTO FC (2-6-9, 15 POINTS) at Real Salt lake (6-3-5, 23 POINTS)
RIO TINTO STADIUM
Today, 7 p.m. TV: DirectKick
Radio: 700 AM, 1600 AM
All-time: Tied 3-3-2
TORONTO FC (2-6-9, 15 POINTS)
Stefan Frei, Danleigh Borman, Ty Harden, Donell Henry, Richard Eckersley, Nathan Sturgis, Mikael Yourassowsky, Javier Martina, Joao Plata, Nick Soolsma, Maicon Santos.
Real Salt lake (6-3-5, 23 POINTS)
Nick Rimando, Tony Beltran, Nat Borchers, Jamison Olave, Robbie Russell, Kyle Beckerman, Will Johnson, Ned Grabavoy, Collen Warner, Jean Alexandre, Artur Aghasyan.
Real Salt Lake is coming off a 0-0 draw in Chicago on Wednesday, its third straight draw. ... Toronto is coming off a 1-0 loss at home to Seattle, and is winless in eight straight (0-3-5), including a 6-2 loss to Philadelphia. ... RSL's Arturo Alvarez (hamstring) and Fabian Espindola (hamstring) are both out, Chris Wingert (hamstring) is doubtful) and Paulo Jr. (hamstring) and Alvaro Saborio (knee) are questionable. ... Five of RSL's next six games are at Rio Tinto Stadium.
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