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Toronto FC vs. Real Salt Lake: Time, TV schedule, live stream

MLS: Toronto FC at Real Salt Lake Jeff Swinger-USA TODAY Sports

Real Salt Lake faces a simmering Toronto FC tonight — a side that beat their last two opponents by three goals — and you’d be forgiven if you were a bit worried.

“Sebastian Giovinco,” you’re probably saying over and over in your head. I don’t blame you. But after goals last match from Joao Plata and Javier Morales that were straight off the top shelf, we think maybe this one could turn into a battle of goals.

How to watch

Where: BMO Field; Toronto, Canada

When: 5 p.m. Mountain Daylight, 7 p.m. Eastern

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

Live stream: MLS Live

Radio, English: ESPN700, espn700sports.com

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

Lineup news

  • Yura Movsisyan is likely out with a hip flexor injury but has traveled with the team as he rehabs.
  • Jamison Olave played in the last match, as did Luke Mulholland. Both were listed as probable before Wednesday’s match, and smart money has them not starting.
  • 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.

Predicted lineup

RSL XI: Rimando; Beltran, Maund, Glad, Phillips; Beckerman, Stertzer, Morales; Martinez, Garcia, Plata

Quotable Quotes

I'm tied with it. I want to have it all to myself. It'll come, but it feels good. It's a big accomplishment I think. But it's just not MY night. I hold it with a lot of players and defenders that I have played with over the years.

— Nick Rimando on tying the all-time wins record for a goalkeeper