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Injury report: Five players listed as questionable for New England game

Jim Curtin has several question marks for his game day roster

Philadelphia Union v Columbus Crew SC Photo by Emilee Chinn/Getty Images

The injury report for tomorrow night’s Philadelphia Union game against New England Revolution includes five players listed as questionable.

While Aurelien Collin continues to be out recovering from surgery, three regular starters and two others with regular minutes off the bench are listed as questionable for the match.

That includes left back Kai Wagner, who has missed the last two, center back Jack Elliott and forward Sergio Santos, who left the game against the New York Red Bulls on Sunday with a hamstring injury after 29 minutes.

Ilsinho and Warren Creavalle are also listed as questionable with undisclosed injuries (Elliott’s injury is also listed as undisclosed).

Also unavailable for tomorrow night’s match will be Matt Freese, who played with Union II on Wednesday and would need to quarantine before returning to the first team and Matej Oravec, who is in a 10-day quarantine since returning Thursday from international duty with the Slovakia U21 team.

Two additional players who should be in the starting lineup — Jose Martinez and Jamiro Monteiro — will need to be careful not to draw too much attention from Guido Gonzales Jr. If either gets booked for a yellow they will be suspended for the Montreal Impact game at Red Bull Arena next Sunday.

The Revs will be missing two players. Luis Caicedo is out with a knee injury and Carles Gil is out for the season with an Achilles injury.