By The Numbers: A Numerical Guide to Red Bulls vs. Philadelphia Union

The New York Red Bulls return home to Red Bull Arena to take on the Philadelphia Union on Sunday, September 17 at 1 p.m. ET (TV: ESPN, STREAM: Watch ESPN, RADIO: New York Red Bulls Radio on Tunein).

Here are some numbers to know ahead of this weekend’s matchup:

1-1-1: The three matches between the New York Red Bulls and Philadelphia Union have been very even, with the teams splitting the series in all competitions, 1-1-1. The only draw in the series came in Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, which the Red Bulls went on to win in penalty kicks.

3: The Red Bulls are currently unbeaten in their last three games with back-to-back-to-back draws. New York stands in fifth place of the Eastern Conference with a 12-10-5 record and 41 points.

4: Sunday will mark New York’s fourth game this season against the Philadelphia Union. NYCFC is the only other opponent the Red Bulls have met in four matches this season.

7: Bradley Wright-Phillips has scored seven career MLS regular-season goals against Philly, tied alongside Columbus Crew SC and Houston Dynamo for his fourth-highest goal tally against a single MLS opponent.

7-1-1: New York is 7-1-1 all-time in home games versus the Union. All nine matches have been played at Red Bull Arena.