Minnesota United gameday

6 p.m. at New York Red Bulls • No TV, Fox Sports Go stream, 1500-AM

New York a tough place for visitors

Preview: The New York Red Bulls (1-1) are in the semifinals of the CONCACAF Champions League. United (2-1) has to face them at Red Bull Arena, where the Red Bulls have the league's best home record —85 victories and 285 points— since it opened in 2010. The Red Bulls are also unbeaten in their past nine regular-season home games, outscoring opponents 23-6 in that time with shutouts in three consecutive games.

Quotable: "A lot of energy. High pressing. And then obviously, Bradley Wright-Phillips. Very dangerous, four defenders, always off your back shoulder. So yeah, we've got our hands full." — center back Brent Kallman on what he expects from the Red Bulls.

Numbers: Wright-Phillips, a forward, has scored 87 goals since joining the Red Bulls in 2013, including a score in last season's 3-0 victory at United.

Absences: For United, M Sam Cronin (concussion) is out while D Tyrone Mears (calf) and D Jerome Thiesson (hip) are questionable. And D Francisco Calvo, D Michael Boxall and M Rasmus Schuller are on national team duty. M Tyler Adams, D Fidel Escobar, D Kemar Lawrence and D Michael Murillo are on national team duty for New York.

Megan Ryan