The New York Red Bulls (11-9-4) look to take down the top team in MLS in LAFC (16-3-4) on Sunday night at Banc of California Stadium.
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3: With the Red Bulls’ win over Toronto last Saturday, they have now moved up to 3rd place within the Eastern Conference with a record of 11-9-4.
1: LAFC currently stands in first place in the Western Conference - and all of MLS - with a record of 16-3-4, and are looking to stay undefeated at their home stadium this season.
17: With Kemar Lawrence recording his first goal last home match against Toronto FC, he becomes the 17th Red Bulls player to record a goal this season.
4: Both teams come into this match with four draws on the season.
2: The last time New York faced LAFC ended in a Red Bulls victory of 2-1, thanks to Daniel Royer’s brace.
4: There are four different Red Bulls players who have four or more assists this season: Kaku with 4, Michael Amir Murillo with 5, and Marc Rzatkowski and Danny Royer both leading the team with 6, respectively.
64: Out of the 96 shots Red Bulls goalkeeper Luis Robles has faced this season, he has had an 64 total saves, leading LAFC’s goalkeeper Tyler Miller by 16.