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The Union enter a 12-day break from league play one spot in the standings out of a playoff spot.
A late penalty kick from Sebastien Le Toux allowed them escape with a 1-1 draw.
In the middle of the frenetic schedule, the Union have staged a modest revival.
Injuries have limited defender Austin Berry's time on the pitch this season. He's healthy now and hoping to play.
Here are some major soccer matches to keep an eye on.
Union midfielder Zach Pfeffer will join the squad for the exhibition, which features MLS' top young players.
The Union earned a pivotal 3-1 win over the New York Red Bulls at PPL Park.
John Smallwood: The questions surrounding United States soccer are the same as when the World Cup began.
We are a culture that loves the unexpected in sports. The soil is fertile for soccer to take off.
Stopping the Red Bulls will be crucial for the Union in what interim manager Jim Curtin deemed "a real swing game."
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