The Columbus Crew are back at home after earning a crucial road point on the road to Sporting Kansas City to end a three game losing streak.
Learning to live without striker Gyasi Zardes, head coach Caleb Porter is now relying on Miguel Berry and the rest of the team to produce goals; Something that hasn't been done in five straight matches. Columbus look to set fireworks off this weekend against D.C. United at Lower.com Field.
For D.C. United, the other MLS original ended a four-match losing streak with a 3-2 win over the New England Revolution. Taxi Fountas scored twice and provided an assist in the win which was first career start.
The visitors come into this match with the upperhand on the Crew with a 38-11-34 (W-T-L) record and carrying a 3-1 loss on their shoulders the last time these two teams met last year.
Injuries & Suspensions
Columbus: Kevin Molino (R Knee) is listed as OUT. Milos Degenek (R Thigh), Luis Diaz (Back) and Lucas Zelarayan (R Knee) are listed as QUESTIONABLE.
D.C. United: Adrien Perez (Foot), Moses Nyeman (Thigh), Chris Odoi-Atsem (Ankle), Bill Hamid (Thigh), Andy Najar (Thigh), and Nygel Robertha (Head) are all listed as OUT.
How to Watch
Date: Saturday, April 30, 2022
Time: 7:30pm EDT
Where: Lower.com Field - Columbus, Ohio
TV: Bally Sports Ohio, NBCSWA
Stream: MLS Live on ESPN+, dcunited.com, TeleXitos