SOUNDERS FC (8-5-6; 30 POINTS)AT NEW YORK RED BULLS (9-5-4, 31 POINTS)1 p.m.; Red Bulls Arena; Harrison, N.J.TV: ESPN. RADIO: 97.3 FM.CLUB LEADERS: For Seattle: G 8, Eddie Johnson; A 6, Mauro Rosales; S 73, Fredy Montero; SOG 26, Montero; GAA 0.46, Michael Gspurning. For New York: G 11, Kenny Cooper; A5, Thierry Henry; S 46, Henry; SOG 26, Henry. GAA 1.50, Ryan Meara.HEAD TO HEAD: Seattle leads, 3-2-1 overall; Red Bulls lead 2-1 at home. This is the only meeting of the regular season. NOTES: This match concludes Seattle’s regular-season play against Eastern Conference clubs. … Gspuring (hip) made the trip and could return to action for the first time since May 2. … The Red Bulls are 5-0-2 at home, Seattle 2-2-5 on the road. … New York traded Dane Richards to Vancouver last week in exchange for former Sounder Sebastien Le Toux, who is available today. … New York is third in MLS in average goals scored (1.78); Seattle is second in average goals allowed (1). … The Red Bulls are 1-2-2 over their last five games, while the Sounders are 1-1-3. … Defender Jeff Parke came to Seattle after being made available by New York in the expansion draft. ... Henry and Red Bulls defender Heath Pearce were named to the MLS All-Star First XI last week. Pierce will miss this game with a hamstring injury. … The remainder of the 18-man game-day All-Star roster will be announced at halftime. … Johnson and Montero are one yellow card away from a game suspension for accumulation. … The referee is Jorge Gonzalez.QUOTABLE: "Henry and Cooper have been very goal-dangerous up front. … You can never relax with them because they’re a pretty good ball-possession team, they’re pretty good at opening spaces up, and obviously they’ve got guys who can finish." – Sounders coach Sigi Schmid on the Red Bulls.NEXT: Friendly against Chelsea FC, 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at CenturyLink Field. The Sounders return to league play July 28 at Colorado.