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2014 U.S. Open Cup quarterfinal draw: Union will host New England or Rochester

If the Union are able to beat the NASL's New York Cosmos at PPL Park on Tuesday, they'll host either the New England Revolution or USL PRO's Rochester Rhinos at PPL Park on July 8.

2014 U.S. Open Cup quarterfinal draw: Union will host New England or Rochester

The Sons of Ben will get another U.S. Open Cup home game on July 8 if the Union beat the Cosmos. (John Geliebter/USA Today Sports)
The Sons of Ben will get another U.S. Open Cup home game on July 8 if the Union beat the Cosmos. (John Geliebter/USA Today Sports)

After beating the NASL's New York Cosmos in the fifth round of the U.S. Open Cup at PPL Park the Union will host welcome either the New England Revolution or USL PRO's Rochester Rhinos to Chester for a quarterfinal matchup on Tuesday, July 8 at 7:00 p.m.

The fifth round pairings that will set up these games are here. You can get scores and recaps of all games in the tournament here via TheCup.us

Here's the full fifth round draw. Games involving local teams are in italics. Matchups are sorted by geography from east to west. All times listed are Eastern. 

Tuesday, July 8

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1. New England Revolution (MLS) at Philadelphia Union (MLS): PPL Park, Chester, Pa. (7:00 p.m.)

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2. Chicago Fire (MLS) at Atlanta Silverbacks (NASL): Atlanta Silverbacks Park, Chamblee, Ga. (7:30 p.m.)

3. FC Dallas (MLS) at Carolina RailHawks (NASL): WakeMed Soccer Park, Cary, N.C. (7:30 p.m.)

4. Portland Timbers (MLS) at Seattle Sounders (MLS): Starfire Sports Complex, Tukwila, Wash. (10:30 p.m.) 

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