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Vancouver Whitecaps vs. Real Salt Lake: Time, TV schedule, live stream

MLS: Real Salt Lake at Vancouver Whitecaps FC Anne-Marie Sorvin-USA TODAY Sports

Real Salt Lake, having won only one match in their last five matches, tonight faces Vancouver Whitecaps, a team in roughly the same shape.

But the visitors will be without the services of their captain, Kyle Beckerman, and their bench is looking increasingly thin through injury.

How to watch

Where: BC Place

When: 8:30 p.m. Mountain Daylight, 7:30 p.m. Pacific

Local TV: KMYU (2.2 over-the-air; 12 satellite; 643 Comcast HD)

Live stream: MLS Live

Radio, English: ESPN700,

Radio, Spanish: 102.3 La Gran D FM / 1600 AM

Lineup news

  • Tony Beltran returns after a yellow-card accumulation suspension.
  • Kyle Beckerman, however is out through that some process. If you have any idea exactly how many of his yellow cards were given for dissent, please comment below.
  • Sunny remains out after suffering a facial fracture — he underwent successful surgery and will be out an estimated six to eight weeks.
  • Emery Welshman remains out because of a hip flexor injury. He recently underwent surgery and will undergo another surgery in about six weeks.
  • Jamison Olave is out with a calf strain.
  • Joao Plata is listed as questionable for the match through a quad strain. If Jordan Allen is fit, expect him to start — but Olmes Garcia could get a shout, too.
  • Danilo Acosta, too, is questionable with a knee issue.
  • Demar Phillips is probable, but expect Chris Wingert to start in his stead.

Predicted lineup

RSL XI: Rimando; Beltran, Maund, Glad, Wingert; Mulholland, Stertzer, Morales; Martinez, Movsisyan, Allen

Bench: Jeff Attinella, Boyd Okwuonu, Phanuel Kavita, Demar Phillips, Omar Holness, Olmes Garcia

Quotable Quotes

I was watching from the bench and saw that it was just so flat and I was splashing water on my face trying my best to wake up, because I there were times where I was like disinterested in them. I don't know, that's been how it is for a few weeks, even the games we win at home. I think for the first five games or whatever, you guys saw them, it was games where we only just won by one goal and game two you start to look into the second half, so I believe it's something that we need to address.

— Luke Mulholland on Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Montreal Impact