The regulars return for the New York Red Bulls in Leg 2 of the Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League. New York and Club Tijuana kick off at 8 p.m. ET at Red Bull Arena on Tuesday.
Bradley Wright-Phillips starts at forward for New York, fresh off a goal as a substitute in the MLS home opener on Saturday night.
Florian Valot gets the start in the midfield, as Sean Davis is suspended for the match due to yellow card accumulation. Tyler Adams will also play in the midfield, with Daniel Royer and Alex Muyl playing on the wings.
Valot will earn his first start with the first team.
Aaron Long, Tim Parker and Aurelien Collin will anchor the defensive back line, with Kemar Lawrence and Michael Amir Murillo featuring as wingbacks.
Luis Robles is in net for New York, coming off a career-high 13 saves in Leg 1.
The Red Bulls will have Ryan Meara, Fidel Escobar, Connor Lade, Marc Rzatkowki, Kaku, Derrick Etienne, Jr. and Carlos Rivas available off the bench.
New York holds a two-goal advantage heading into Leg 2. Here's how the team can advance: