Philadelphia Union vs Inter Miami CF preview: How to watch, team news, predicted lineups, kickoff time and ones to watch
Photo: Mark Brown/Getty Images

The Philadelphia Union continue their homestand as they host Inter Miami at Subaru Park.

Last time out, the Union could only manage a 1-1 draw against archrivals New York Red Bulls despite playing much of the second half up a man.

Miami is coming off of a 2-2 draw against DC United that saw the Herons give up a two-goal lead. Despite that, the result brought their two-match winless run to an end.

Team news

Philadelphia Union

Mikael Uhre will miss out due to a quad injury as the striker is not yet ready to return to activities with the team in training.

Uhre's strike partner Julian Carranza will also miss out due to yellow card accumulation.

Inter Miami CF

Nick Marsman, Joevin Jones, Victor Ulloa, Joe Fray, Ryan Sailor and Robbie Robinson have all been ruled out.

Kieran Gibbs, Damion Lowe, Bryce Duke and Edison Azcona are all listed as doubtful.

Ones to watch

Daniel Gazdag (Philadelphia Union)

The Hungarian has been Philadelphia's best player this season and has six goals and three assists. With Uhre and Carranza missing tonight, the attack will run through the talented midfielder.

DeAndre Yedlin (Inter Miami)

The Herons signed the defender to bring some much-needed quality and experience to a team that has a number of key players in important roles.

Predicted lineups

Philadelphia Union: Blake; Wagner, Glesnes, Elliott, Harriel; Martínez; Flach, Gazdag, Bedoya; Santos, Burke

Inter Miami CF: Callender; Gibbs, Lowe, McVey, Yedlin; Gregore; Lassiter, Mota, Duke, Taylor; Campana

Previous meetings

Last July, the two sides played out a 1-1 draw in Philadelphia with both goals coming late on.

In the 71st minute, a sublime touch by Gonzalo Higuain found Robbie Robinson and his near-post attempt deflected off of the hand of goalkeeper Matt Freese and in.

Five minutes from time, Philadelphia equalized as a cross in front of the net was deflected by Marsman and touched in by Kacper Pryzbylko. 

The goal was reviewed for offsides, but the call was upheld.

How to watch

The match will be streamed nationally on ESPN+. In Philadelphia, PHL17 will have all of the action while My33 will carry the coverage in Miami.

Kickoff is set for 7:30pm Eastern time.