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Philadelphia Union vs. Toronto FC - Match #33 - Gamethread

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After a very impressive win on the road at Seattle, the Philadelphia Union (11-7-14) will play their last home game of the season against the almost always struggling Toronto FC (6-13-13). With a win or a draw today, the Union would clinch a playoff spot.  Should the Union lose, then a New York Red Bulls loss to Sporting Kansas City would also clinch a playoff spot for the Union. Kickoff at PPL Park is scheduled for 4:08:00 PM ET.

If you have not already, be sure to check out the following preview from The Brotherly Game and SB Nation staff: [Ben's Match Preview] [Scott Has A Conversation With The Enemy]. Toronto perspective: [Waking The Red]

Broadcast Information:  Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia (JP Dellacamera, Taylor Twellman, Marc Zumoff), with coverage beginning at 3:30 PM Eastern with a pre-game show / TSN (Luke Wileman, Jason de Vos) nationally in Canada and Sportsnet 590 The FAN CJCL-AM (Dan Dunleavy) locally in Toronto / MLS Direct Kick, MatchDay Live (blackout in Canada; CSN Philadelphia feed)

Toronto FC starting XI:  Kocic; Henry, Harden, Iro, Morgan; Frings, Stinson, Avila; Soolsma, Johnson, Plata

Toronto FC bench:  Frei, Davies, Yourassowsky, Sturgis, Zavarise, Marosevic, Koevermans

Philadelphia Union starting XI:  Mondragon; Williams, Valdes, Califf, G. Farfan; Mapp, Carroll, M. Farfan, Adu; Le Toux, Paunovic

Philadelphia Union bench:  MacMath, Miglioranzi, Nakazawa, Mwanga, Torres, Okugo, McInerney

Our staff will give live comments and reactions throughout the game, as well. Go Union! DOOP!