REAL SALT LAKE (12-7-6, 42 POINTS) at SEATTLE sounders fc (13-5-9, 48 points)
Today, 2 p.m. TV: KMYU 2.2
Radio: 700 AM, 1600 AM
All-time: Seattle leads 2-1-2
REAL SALT LAKE (12-7-6, 42 POINTS):
Nick Rimando, Tony Beltran, Nat Borchers, Jamison Olave, Robbie Russell, Kyle Beckerman, Will Johnson, Collen Warner, Luis Gil, Alvaro Saborio, Fabian Espindola.
SEATTLE (13-5-9, 48 points):
Kasey Keller, Tyson Wahl, Jhon Kennedy Hurtado, Jeff Parke, James Riley, Osvaldo Alonso, Lamar Neagle, Erik Friberg, Maro Rosales, Mike Fucito, Fredy Montero.
RSL has won two straight, including a 2-1 win over Philadelphia last weekend. ... Seattle is the hottest team in MLS with a 7-0-1 record in its past eight games over all competitions, which includes a 1-0 win at Monterrey in Champions League group play. ... Seattle won the previous meeting this year at Rio Tinto 2-1. ... RSL's Robbie Russell (back) is questionable. Jean Alexandre (knee), Fabian Espindola (knee), Ned Grabavoy (groin), Will Johnson (knee), Jamison Olave (Back), Nick Rimando (back) and Alvaro Saborio (knee) are all probable.
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