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Live updates: Toronto FC vs. Philadelphia Union

Tonight's main point is simple. Toronto FC are really bad, and the Union should beat them.

Live updates: Toronto FC vs. Philadelphia Union

Time: 6:00 p.m. EDT
Venue: BMO Field, Toronto, Ont.
TV: The Comcast Network (J.P. Dellcamera and Alejandro Moreno)

TORONTO - There was a particularly prominent name in the Union's half of the pregame injury report: starting goalkeeper Zac MacMath. I don't know how he hurt his right hamstring, but MacMath's condition will be very much worth watching. Given the Union's lack of depth in net it's rather troubling to know that his mobility could be limited in this game.

Other than that, tonight's main point is simple. Toronto FC are really bad, and the Union should beat them.

Follow along below for live updates from here at BMO Field as well as the rest of tonight's action across Major League Soccer.

Starting Lineups

Toronto FC (4-4-2, left to right)

Goalkeeper: Joe Bendik
Defenders: Darren O'Dea, Steven Caldwell, Doneil Henry, Ryan Richter
Midfielders: Bobby Convey, Jeremy Hall, Matías Laba, Jonathan Osorio
Forwards: Luis Silva, Robert Earnshaw

Bench: GK Quillan Roberts; D Gale Agbossoumonde, Ashtone Morgan; Ms Reggie Lambe, Darel Russell; Fs Jeremy Brockie, Danny Koevermans

Philadelphia Union

Goalkeeper: Zac MacMath
Defenders: Raymon Gaddis, Jeff Parke, Amobi Okugo, Sheanon Williams
Midfielders: Brian Carroll; Michael Farfan, Kléberson, Danny Cruz
Forwards: Sébastien Le Toux, Jack McInerney

Bench: GK Chris Konopka; Ds Chris Albright, Matt Kassel; Ms Keon Daniel, Leo Fernandes; Fs Conor Casey, Antoine Hoppenot

Officials

Referee: Geoff Gamble
Linesmen: Joe Fletcher (bench side, Philippe Briere (far side)
Fourth Official: Drew Fischer

If you're on a mobile device, click here for the live updates console.

Jonathan Tannenwald Philly.com
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