The New York Red Bulls return home to Red Bull Arena Wednesday night for the first time in their last five matches when they host Toronto FC at 8 p.m. ET (TV: MSG Plus; Radio: WQBU 92.7 FM). The Red Bulls (5-3-10, 25 points) can move into sole possession of first place in the MLS Eastern Conference with a victory. Toronto FC is 3-7-9, 18 points, good for seventh in the nine-team conference.
Philadelphia Union currently leads the Eastern Conference with 25 points off a 7-4-6 record.
The Red Bulls will also be home Saturday when they face D.C. United at Red Bull Arena (TV: MSG; Radio: WADO 1280 AM). In that game New York will be facing former Red Bulls teammate Dwayne De Rosario, recently dealt to D.C. for midfielder Dax McCarty.
In eight matches thus far this season at Red Bull Arena New York four wins and one tie. During their four-game road trip New York tied three matches and fell to the Seattle Sounders 4-2.