Here are previews from the league:
Toronto FC at New York Red Bulls, 4:30 p.m. (MLS Direct Kick package)The scoreless draw in Chicago on Sunday was the fourth draw in the last five games for the Red Bulls, and their second since the arrival of Thierry Henry. Their last win was a 3-0 defeat of Kansas City on June 26.Henry was forced off in Chicago just before halftime with a minor groin injury, but said his early departure was just a precaution.The teams are meeting for the first time this year, and the first since last year’s season finale – when the Red Bulls defeated Toronto 5-0 for just their fifth win of the season and ended TFC’s hopes of a first playoff berth.Toronto’s Dan Gargan will miss the game through yellow card accumulation. He contributed his second assist of the season from a throw-in Saturday, his long throw from the right flank finding Nana Attakora’s head for the first TFC goal.Toronto FC scored more than one goal in a league game for the first time since a 3-1 win against San Jose on May 29, after scoring twice earlier in the week to secure passage into the CONCACAF Champions League group stage. Real Salt Lake at Philadelphia Union, 4:30 p.m. (MLS Direct Kick package)Real could be without their starting strikers from last weekend, as both Robbie Findley and Alvaro Saborio will be on international duty. The USA (Findley) takes on Brazil on Tuesday, while Costa Rica (Saborio) faces Paraguay on Wednesday.Real Salt Lake wore their “Victory Gold” third uniform for the first time in the draw against Kansas City, a sartorial style they will continue in the game against Philadelphia.Against FC Dallas, Union allowed three goals in a game for the first time since May 8 – the 3-0 loss at Real Salt Lake in the first meeting between the clubs.Brad Knighton made his Union debut in a league game in the loss to FC Dallas – but it lasted just 22 minutes as he was sent off for a foul in the box that led to FCD’s equalizing penalty kick.