KANSAS CITY, KS - Sporting Kansas City defender Dany Rosero (5) heads the ball during the second half of the match between Sporting Kansas City and Philadelphia Union at Children's Mercy Park on Saturday, March 2, 2024 (Parker Johnson/IONYOU Media)

SKC Heads North After a 3-match Home Stand

KANSAS CITY – After a disappointing draw at home, Sporting Kansas City (2-5-2; 11pts) looks to add 3 points this coming Saturday in Minnesota against the United (4-2-2; 14pts).

This will the the 22nd meeting between these two teams with the first match happening back in 2017 in the United’s inaugural season. That match finished in a 2-0 loss on May, 7. Sporting leads the matchup at 12-6-4, but with the Loons coming off a 3-0 victory over Charlotte FC, they have the moment that Sporting doesn’t coming into the match.

Starting left back, Jake Davis received his 5th yellow card last Saturday and has been suspended for this match puts manager Peter Vermes in a tough spot for how he can replace Davis this weekend. “Yeah, I mean, he’s one of the guys” Peter said Thursday after a member of the media asked him about Kayden Pierre. Pierre hasn’t played since Leagues Cup last August.

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Watch the 22nd edition of Minnesota Untied vs Sporting Kansas City on MLS Season Pass on Saturday, April 27 at 7:30p.

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