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How to watch Real Salt Lake v. LA Galaxy, including predicted lineups

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Real Salt Lake faces long-time rivals LA Galaxy tonight in what's sure to be a hotly contested match between the two teams straddling the playoff line.

How to watch

LA Galaxy v. Real Salt Lake, 8:30 p.m. MDT (StubHub Center)

On TV: Home - KMYU (2.2 OTA, 12 satellite, 22 Comcast); Away - TWCS/TWCD

Predicted lineup

Rimando; Beltran, Vasquez, Olave, Mansally; Beckerman, Gil, Morales, Stertzer; Saborio, Sandoval

Subs: Fernandez, Maund, Mulholland, Pecka, Saucedo, Plata, Jaime

Players to watch

Devon Sandoval has been in very good form lately, and it's only a matter of time before he bags another goal if he continues playing as he has — but Josh Saunders stood on his head to keep Sandoval out, and you can expect similar ability from LA's Jaime Penedo.

John Stertzer is certainly one to keep an eye on if he starts, especially after he scored his first professional goal last weekend. He's showed some good attacking movement; will that continue?

Alvaro Saborio played on Saturday with more intensity and fire than we've seen from him in some time, but will that be the same with this road match?

Injury news

Recently available: Joao Plata, Javier Morales

Unavailable: Chris Schuler (injury), Boyd Okwuonu (U-23 duty), Jordan Allen (U-20 duty)

Uncertain: Demar Phillips (substituted in Saturday's match with injury); Sebastian Jaime (yet to return from injury); Demar Phillips (rolled his ankle in training this week)