Toronto FC (0-6-0, 0 points) at Real Salt Lake (5-3-1, 16 points)
RIO TINTO STADIUM
Today, 7 p.m. TV: Ch. 30
Radio: 700 AM, 102.3 FM
All-time: Tied 4-4-2
REAL SALT LAKE (5-3-1, 16 POINTS):
Nick Rimando, Chris Wingert, Nat Borchers, Jamison Olave, Tony Beltran, Kyle Beckerman, Will Johnson, Luis Gil, Javier Morales, Alvaro Saborio, Fabian Espindola.
TORONTO FC (0-6-0, 0 POINTS):
Milos Kocic, Ashtone Morgan, Miguel Aceval, Adrian Cann, Richard Eckersley, Terry Dunfield, Eric Avila, Torsten Frings, Joao Plata, Ryan Johnson, Reggie Lambe.
RSL is coming off a 1-1 draw at FC Dallas on Wednesday. ... Toronto is coming off a 3-2 loss at home to Chicago last weekend. ... RSL just wrapped up a three-game road trip (0-2-1). ... Toronto is 0-6-0 this season, and hoping to avoid the first 0-7-0 start in MLS since Kansas City in 1999. ... Toronto's minus-9 goal differential is the worst in MLS. ... RSL is 4-0-0 all-time against Toronto at Rio Tinto Stadium.
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