The New York Red Bulls (5-2-5, 20 pts.) travel to Fort Lauderdale to take on Inter Miami CF (3-6-3, 12 pts.) on Sunday, May 22. Kickoff is set for 6:00 p.m. ET with coverage on MSG+, MSG GO, and New York Red Bulls Radio in English and Spanish via TuneIn, the New York Red Bulls app and

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Get to know the matchup in By The Numbers, presented by New Jersey Lottery:

6: With two assists on Wednesday against Chicago, Omir Fernandez now has a team-leading six assists on the season. That total is also good enough to be tied for second-most in MLS.

-10: Having allowed ten more goals then they have scored, Inter Miami has the second-worst goal differential in MLS. Only Sporting Kansas City has a worst goal differential than Miami.

0: In New York and Miami’s two matchups last year, the Red Bulls did not allow a goal. They won 4-0 in Miami on September 18, and then won 1-0 at Red Bull Arena on October 10.

3: Inter Miami has had a revolving door at the goalkeeper position so far in 2022. In the 12 games they have played this season, three different goalkeepers have at least three starts.

7: Leonardo Campana has been a breath of fresh air for the Inter Miami attack this season. He leads the team with seven goals across all competitions, with no other Inter Miami player having more than two.

24: Miami midfielder Gregore will be tough to get by in the midfield. He leads the team with 24 tackles won, which is good enough for fourth-most in the league.

1.07: The Red Bulls have the third-best expected goals against total in the league away from home, only allowing 1.07 goals in road games this season.