May 19, 2016
A look at the upcoming game
D.C. United (3-4-4, 13 pts) @ Philadelphia Union (4-3-3, 15 pts), 7 p.m. ET (UniMas/UDN)
Chris Pontius, who already has four goals for Philadelphia, faces the team where he spent seven seasons for the first time since he was traded in December for allocation money. Two of his goals have come as the Union have stretched their unbeaten streak to four. Philly is unbeaten this year at home but have drawn their last two at Talen Energy Stadium. D.C. hits the road, where it hasn't won yet this season and have scored only three goals in four games, after two straight matches at home and four of their last five at RFK. Bill Hamid is listed as questionable for the second straight week after missing United's first 11 games dues to a right knee meniscus injury, but considering Travis Worra already has four shutouts in those 11 games – including a five-save performance a week ago to blank the Red Bulls -- it will be curious to see if coach Ben Olsen wants to tinker with that success. The match also is interesting considering Philly has allowed the second-fewest goals this season (11) while D.C. is tied for scoring the fourth fewest (13).