Where: RFK Stadium, Washington, D.C.
Commentators: JP Dellacamera and Alejandro Moreno
Meet the Opposition: Black And Red United
Officials: Edvin Jurisevic. Assistants: C.J. Morgante and Matthew Kreitzer. Fourth: Robert Sibiga
Philadelphia Union Head-to-Head record vs. Toronto: All-time: 4-3-2 with 14 goals; At RFK Stadium: 1-1-2 with 6 goals
Suspended: Fabinho, Sheanon Williams
Philadelphia Injury Report: Out: Greg Jordan. Questionable: Michael Lahoud
Philadelphia Union starting XI: (4-2-3-1) Zac MacMath; Raymon Gaddis, Amobi Okugo, Jeff Parke, Sebastien Le Toux; Keon Daniel, Brian Carroll; Michael Farfan, Danny Cruz, Kleberson; Conor Casey
Philadelphia Union bench: Oka Nikolov, Matt Kassel, Gilberto, Leo Fernandes, Jack McInerney, Aaron Wheeler, Antoine Hoppenot
D.C. United starting XI: (3-4-3) Bill Hamid; Dennis Iapichino, Daniel Woolard, Chris Korb; Perry Kitchen, Lewis Neal, Jared Jeffrey, Nick DeLeon; Luis Silva, Chris Pontius, Conor Doyle
D.C. United bench: Joe Willis, Collin Martin, Michael Seaton, Sainey Nyassi, Lionard Pajoy, Kyle Porter, Conor Shanosky
Due to the suspensions of Sheanon Williams and Fabinho, the Union are forced to get much more creative with their starting XI today. The Union need four points out of their last three games to ensure a decent chance of making the playoffs, and five points out of their last three games to virtually clinch a playoff spot, though New England Revolution's 1-0 win over the Montreal Impact tonight did nothing to help the cause of the Union qualifying. Tonight, they face the worst team in the league in D.C. United. Given the Union's last two opponents are Montreal Impact and Sporting Kansas City, there is no better spot to give three of the four or five needed points tonight.