7 p.m. vs. Orlando City at TCF Bank Stadium • Ch. 29, 1500-AM
Preview: United coach Adrian Heath and midfielder Kevin Molino will line up on the opposite side of their longtime former team for the first time Saturday when the Loons play Orlando City SC. Heath spent eight years with Orlando, seeing the team move from Texas to Florida and then from the lower division to the top league before his firing a year ago. Molino spent six years with Orlando, before his trade ahead of this season. United (3-7-2) could be catching Orlando (6-4-2) at an opportune time. It hasn’t won in May, going 0-3-2. The Loons are 1-2 in May.
Players to watch: Orlando G Joe Bendik ranks third in the league with 42 saves. United F Christian Ramirez and Orlando F Cyle Larin are tied for fifth in the league with seven goals this season.
Numbers: Orlando M Kaka is MLS’s highest-paid player set to make more than $7 million in 2017.
Injuries: M Bernardo Anor (leg), F Abu Danladi (groin), D Thomas de Villardi (Achilles) and M Rasmus Schuller (hip flexor) are all out for United. D Kevin Alston (knee) is questionable for Orlando.MEGAN RYAN