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GAME THREAD: San Jose Earthquakes vs. Philadelphia Union

The Philadelphia Union hope to rebound from last week's disappointment against New England with a win on the road at San Jose.

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Avaya Stadium, San Jose, CA
Satruday, September 5, 2015
10:30 PM ET
TCN  - JP Dellacamera and Peter Pappas
Online Streaming: MLS Live
TBG Game Preview
Know Thy Enemy: Center Line Soccer
Starting XI
Quincy Amerikwa, Chris Wondolowski Forward C.J. Sapong
Shea Salinas, Matias Perez Garcia, Fatai Alashe, Cordell Cato Midfield

Eric Ayuk, Tranquillo Barnetta, Sebastien Le Toux

Vincent Nogueira, Michael Lahoud

Shaun Francis, Clarence Goodson, Victor Bernandez, Marvell Wynne Defense Fabinho, Steven Vitoria, Richie Marquez, Ray Gaddis
David Bingham Goalkeeper John McCarthy
Bryan Meredith, Leandro Barrera, J.J. Koval, Tommy Thompson, Michael Fucito, Adam Jahn, Mark Sherrod Bench Brian Sylvestre, Ethan White, Warren Creavalle, Zach Pfeffer, Conor Casey, Andrew Wenger, Fernando Aristeguieta
Numbers of Note
374 - minutes since San Jose Earthquakes last conceded a goal (h/t RohnJossi)
93 - San Jose Earthquakes' shots on target, the least in MLS
1.00 - Philadelphia Union's points per game, tied for lowest in MLS
Game Officials
Referee: Ismail Elfath
Assistant: Ian Anderson
Assistant: Jeffrey Greeson
Fourth: Daniel Radford