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New York Red Bulls At D.C. United: New York Looks For Third Victory

The New York Red Bulls travel to Washington to take on D.C. United in a Major League Soccer match Thursday night (8 p.m., ESPN2, ESPN Deportes).

New York (2-1-2) topped the San Jose Earthquakes 3-0 on Saturday thanks to two goals and an assist from Luke Rogers, who was named the league's player of the week this week.The Red Bulls have five points, placing them in a three-way tie for second place in the Eastern Conference

Thierry Henry also scored in the game to snap his scoring slump to start the season.

D.C. (2-2-1) earned a 3-0 win at Toronto FC on Saturday thanks to two goals from Chris Pontius sandwiched around Charlie Davies' league-leading fifth of the season.

Both teams will be without players due to injury, with United missing midfielder Junior Carreiro, goalkeeper Steve Cronin, and defenders Devon McTavish and Jed Zayner, while New York will be without midfielder Austin Da Luz, forward Corey Hertzog, and defender Carlos Mendes.