Here is how Minnesota will line up against Toronto FC on Wednesday at TCF Bank Stadium:

Bobby Shuttleworth

Michael Boxall, Brent Kallman, Francisco Calvo

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

Darwin Quintero, Christian Ramirez

Bench: Matt Lampson, Wyatt Omsberg, Tyrone Mears, Collin Martin, Eric Miller, Frantz Pangop, Mason Toye

Calvo returns to the lineup for the first time for the first time since May 26 after missing three league games while gone with Costa Rica at the World Cup. Coincidentally, that was also the most recent time United won a game, 2-0 against Montreal. Omsberg is on the bench after starting last week.

Miller also returns to the bench after not playing since in the league since June 3. He missed two league games with a hamstring injury.

While coach Adrian Heath had the chance to return to his preferred 4-2-3-1 system with a fairly full-strength lineup for the first time in about a month, as injuries and Calvo's absence forced the Loons into different formations and squads recently, he chose to stick with the 3-5-2 the Loons tried and excelled at Friday against Dallas. But Ibarra slots in as a wingback after sitting out last week's game with a suspension, putting Mears on the bench.

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Here is how Toronto will start:

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