Here is how Minnesota United will line up against LAFC on Sunday at TCF Bank Stadium:

Bobby Shuttleworth

Michael Boxall, Brent Kallman, Francisco Calvo

Miguel Ibarra, Rasmus Schuller, Collen Warner, Ibson, Alexi Gomez

Christian Ramirez, Darwin Quintero

Bench: Matt Lampson, Wyatt Omsberg, Eric Miller, Maximiano, Collin Martin, Romario Ibarra, Mason Toye

Coach Adrian Heath sticks with the same starting 11 and makes only one change to his bench from the previous two home games this past week. Romario Ibarra is available to make his debut since arriving with the team earlier this week. He took Frantz Pangop's spot on the bench.

With the quick turnaround between the past three games, Heath said there were plenty of "little knocks" going around the team. Like Quintero had a swollen calf after Wednesday's game. But he said everyone can still play, and if he has to make changes at halftime, he will. But he wants this same group to see out this three-game homestand and come away with all nine points. 

Heath also said while Romario Ibarra doesn't quite fit in the 3-5-2 formation, that doesn't necessarily mean he has to go back to his 4-2-3-1. He said the team could shape up in a 3-4-3, for example, and still keep the three center backs.

Here is how LAFC will start:

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