Real Salt Lake travels to Vancouver Whitecaps tonight in what's sure to be an exciting Western Conference affair.
With the visitors trying to climb up the table and inch toward a playoff position and the home side trying to maintain top billing in the conference, this is bound to be a hotly contested match.
Whether that's to Real Salt Lake's benefit is difficult to say right now, with RSL struggling to
What: Vancouver Whitecaps vs. Real Salt Lake, MLS regular season
When: 8 p.m. Mountain Daylight; 7 p.m. Pacific / Mountain Standard (Arizona)
Where: BC Place; Vancouver, B.C., Canada
TV: Local (see below)
How to watch
The club has said the match will be available regionally on the American Sports Network, which mostly broadcasts on regional CW stations. While we can't typically confirm that the match is scheduled on those, they're listed below.
Salt Lake City: KMYU (2.2 OTA, 12 satellite, 22 Comcast)
Boise, Idaho: KYUU/GetTv (35.1 OTA; confirmed in schedule)
Reno, Nevada: KAME (21.1 OTA; confirmed in schedule)
Las Vegas: KVCW 2 (33.2 OTA; unconfirmed)
Phoenix: KASW (61.1 OTA; unconfirmed)
Canada: TSN 1, TSN 3, TSN 5
Online: MLS Live (no Utah blackout; Canada blackout may apply)
Know other ways to see this match — like satellite / cable channel numbers for various affiliates? Leave us a comment and we’ll update this and future posts.
Chris Schuler and Jamison Olave are both expected to be out, so expect to see Aaron Maund and Elias Vasquez together again.
Jordan Allen's status is unknown, but don't be surprised if he's back on the bench if he's been able to work past an injury.
Real Salt Lake's mystery transfer target also won't be joining the team for the Vancouver match, obviously. (Someday, we'll sign a player.)
Luis Gil should be back on the bench after being left off for RSL's 1-0 win over Municipal, but don't expect him to start.
Nick Rimando will almost certainly be available, but don't be surprised if he rests with Wednesday's US Open Cup match looming.