Inside The 18

INSIDE THE 18: New York Looking to Keep Unbeaten Streak Rolling


The New York Red Bulls are unbeaten in their first eight matches of 2024 at Red Bull Arena -- and unbeaten in 11 matches looking back to 2023.

Ryan Meara starts in goal for New York, with John Tolkin, Sean Nealis, Noah Eile and Dylan Nealis along the backline. Sean will serve as captain.

This will be the 41st overall regular season meeting between New York and Toronto, with the Red Bulls holding the advantage with a 21-9-10 mark.

Frankie Amaya and Daniel Edelman link up in the defensive midfield.

The Red Bulls are currently on a nine-match MLS unbeaten streak against Toronto FC, which includes six-straight wins at Red Bull Arena. New York have posted a 16-2-2 mark against Toronto FC at home.

Wiki Carmona and Dennis Gjengaar start in the attacking mid, with Dante Vanzeir and Elias Manoel getting the nod up top.

The Red Bulls are currently on an 11-match unbeaten streak at home across all competitions, which is the third-longest streak in franchise history.

Off the bench, Head Coach Sandro Schwarz will have Cory Burke, Ronald Donkor, Kyle Duncan, Bento Estrela, Julian Hall, Cameron Harper, Aidan O’Connor, Andrés Reyes and AJ Marcucci available.

Emil Forsberg, Peter Stroud, Roald Mitchell and Serge Ngoma will miss the match with injuries.

Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. ET with coverage on MLS Season Pass on Apple TV in English and Spanish, and New York Red Bulls Radio in English, the New York Red Bulls app and

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Red Bulls Radio

Listen to every match, live, on New York Red Bulls Radio! Veteran soccer play-by-play voice Matt Harmon will handle the broadcasts alongside former MetroStars and Red Bulls standout Steve Jolley providing color commentary.