Wednesday, 7:30 p.m, Camping World Stadium, Orlando.

TV: Comcast SportsNet

Records: Union, 5-3-3, 18 points; Orlando SC, 3-3-5, 14 points.

Last game: The Union beat visiting D.C. United, 1-0, on Friday. Orlando City beat visiting Montreal, 2-1, on Saturday.

This season: The Union beat Orlando, 2-1, on April 8 at Talen Energy Stadium.

Coaches: Union, Jim Curtin, 22-25-15; Orlando, Adrian Heath, 15-17-13.

Goals for: Union, 15, Orlando, 19.

Goals against: Union, 11, Orlando, 17.

Union on the road: 1-3-1; Orlando at home: 2-0-4.

About the Union: Midfielder Ilsino, who has missed the last two games with a right groin strain, and midfielder Vincent Nogueira, who missed the last game with a oblique injury, are not likely to see action against Orlando but are traveling with the team. . . . Goalie Andre Blake is tied for third in MLS with a 1.00 goals-against average. . . . C.J. Sapong has a team-high five goals. . . . Defender Richie Marquez scored his first career MLS goal in second-half stoppage time in the win over D.C. United. . . . In the earlier win over Orlando, the Union got goals from Sapong and Tranquillo Barnetta, who scored on a free kick in the 90th minute.

About Orlando: Forward Cyle Larin, last year's MLS rookie of the year, scored both goals in last week's win over Montreal. Larin missed the earlier Union game due to a hamstring injury. He has six goals and two assists. . . . Right back Rafael Ramos (hamstring) and centerback Seb Hines (knee) suffered injuries against Montreal and won't play on Wednesday. . . . Former Union midfielder Pedro Ribeiro is out following recent back surgery, and midfielder Darwin Cerin is out with a high ankle sprain. . . . Before beating Montreal, Orlando was winless (0-3-3) in its previous six games. . . . Standout midfielder Kaka has two goals and a team-high four assists.

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