BMO Field, Toronto, Ontario
4pm EDT (2pm MDT)
He's back...love him or hate him, Dwayne de Rosario is back at BMO Field for another late afternoon clash (and he's brought a certain Maicon Santos back with him), the first half of a home-and-home series with D.C. United. History usually has a way of kicking the Reds in the behind when ex-Reds return (see:
), and after a draw in a horrific first leg of the Canadian Championship against the
, the Reds are looking for more.
Meanwhile, DC is coming off a 5-3 loss to the
San Jose Earthquakes
last week, ending a seven game unbeaten run -- and you know that DeRo and his crew will want to restart another chain of undefeated matches. While Canadian
will likely not be available, TFC will have to contend with
, who compliments a potent DC attack. The Reds may see the introduction of
to their lineup, but otherwise, there are no major changes on who will be appearing.
Historically, Toronto is 3-7-2 against the team from the US capital ...