Where: PPL Park, Chester, PA
Commentators: John Strong and Robbie Mustoe
Meet the Opposition: The Daily Wiz
Officials: Baldomero Toledo. Assistants: Kermit Quisenberry and Corey Parker. Fourth: Silviu Petrescu
Philadelphia Union Head-to-Head record vs. Sporting Kansas City: All-time: 2-3-3 with 9 goals; at PPL Park: 1-1-2 with 7 goals
Suspended: Brian Carroll
Philadelphia Injury Report: Out: Greg Jordan, Don Anding. Questionable: Danny Cruz, Michael Lahoud, Keon Daniel, Sebastien Le Toux
Sporting Kansas City Injury Report: Out: Paulo Nagamura
Philadelphia Union starting XI: (4-2-3-1) Zac MacMath; Fabinho, Jeff Parke, Sheanon Williams, Raymon Gaddis; Amobi Okugo, Kleberson; Michael Farfan, Danny Cruz, Antoine Hoppenot; Conor Casey
Philadelphia Union bench: Oka Nikolov, Matt Kassel, Michael Lahoud, Sebastien Le Toux, Roger Torres, Jack McInerney, Aaron Wheeler
Sporting Kansas City starting XI: (4-3-3) Jimmy Nielsen; Seth Sinovic, Matt Besler, Aurelien Collin, Chance Myers; Lawrence Olum, Oriol Rosell, Graham Zusi; Dom Dwyer, Soony Saad, Jacob Peterson
Sporting Kansas City bench: Eric Kronberg, Josh Gardner, Ike Opara, Peterson Joseph, Benny Feilhaber, Claudio Bieler, Teal Bunbury
The Philadelphia Union must win today if they are to keep their slim playoff hopes alive. Should they win, then they sit back and hope Columbus Crew can defeat New England Revolution and D.C. United can muster at the very least a draw against Houston Dynamo (a win would eliminate all tie-breakers, but that what you can get from DCU and tiebreakers can be in play should DCU simply get a draw).
Last game of the season. Can't hold anything back now (except Jack McInerney, apparently).