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How to watch Philadelphia Union vs New York Red Bulls; MLS 2017, Week 10: start time, TV schedule, and online

RBNY hasn't won on the road since opening day; Philadelphia hasn't won yet in MLS 2017: both teams have much to play for.

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The New York Red Bulls paced themselves during their current run of three games in eight days, benching six starters for their game against Sporting Kansas City on May 3 to be assured of arriving at this end of the grueling stretch with a fresher-than-expected starting core.

Sacha Kljestan, Bradley Wright-Phillips, and Daniel Royer all came off the bench in the second half in Kansas City in a futile effort to salvage a lost cause, but they will surely start against the Union - not least because it is difficult to argue that their replacements against SKC made a compelling case for another start. Expect Damien Perrinelle to return to the lineup, mercifully ending Sal Zizzo's stint as a center back (hopefully, for good). It can be hoped Kemar Lawrence is well clear of any concussion symptoms - he was on the bench in KC, which would suggest he was considered fit to play - and should be back in the team. The Union will likely be Tyler Adams' last MLS opponent before he turns his attention to the U-20 World Cup.

The Red Bulls mailed in their performance for the match against SKC in order to maximize their chance of getting three points against a to-date lackluster Union that has yet to win a game in MLS 2017. At some point, Philadelphia will snap out of its slump and find a way to three points - RBNY will hope that point is not Saturday, May 6.

Per livesoccertv.com, here's where to find the game:

Philadelphia Union vs New York Red Bulls - MLS 2017, Match 11

When: 7:00 pm, Eastern; Saturday, May 6, 2017

Where: Talen Energy Stadium, Chester, PA

TV: MSG

Online: MLS Live