6 p.m. vs. Toronto FC • FSN+, Fox Sports Go, 1500-AM

Loons, champs both struggling

Preview: Both United (5-10-1) and Toronto (4-9-3) haven’t won in MLS since four games ago. The Loons sit in ninth in the Western conference while Toronto, last year’s MLS champion, is 10th in the East. Toronto has just one victory and one draw away from home.

– United right back Tyrone Mears

Numbers: Both teams have conceded 30 goals in 16 games this year. Toronto has scored 24 to United’s 19.

Injuries: For United, M Sam Cronin (concussion), F Abu Danladi (leg) and D Jerome Thiesson (calf) are out while D Marc Burch (knee) and D Eric Miller (hamstring) are questionable. For Toronto, F Jozy Altidore (foot), D Drew Moor (quadriceps), D Chris Mavinga (hamstring), GK Caleb Patterson-Sewell (elbow), D Jason Hernandez (hamstring) and F Auro Jr. (hamstring) are out.

Megan Ryan