Los Angeles Football Club will present a massive match for the New York Red Bulls and the team knows it.
"I think this one will be special, like the Toronto game, and the other big teams," Kaku said.
Coming off a three-game week, where the Red Bulls picked up two wins, Sean Davis said they'll use the loss to help focus on the big game ahead.
“Looking back on the week, it was good we got six points," Davis said. "It’s unfortunate that we weren’t able to close out the week with a third win, but all in all, I think we need to move on now and we look forward to this LAFC team, who has been very good this year. They have a lot of depth and they’re very dangerous going forward so we know it’s going to be a good match up.”
LAFC comes into the match with 36 points through 21 matches, while the Red Bulls have 41 points through 21 games.
“We’ve had some pretty big wins so far this season," Davis said. "It’s great to play another team that’s having a strong year. We know that with Bob Bradley, they’re going to be a very organized team, a strong team, and that brings the best out of us. I know our group will be up for it. We’re going to be very motivated, especially at home with a weeks rest, so we’re all looking forward to it.”
The two teams face off at 6 p.m. on Sunday in Red Bull Arena, live on FS1.
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The Red Bulls' No. 10 is confident, though.
"I think we have a great team to be able to win, and that’s what we’re going to do this Sunday,” Kaku said.