Starting XI

Keegan Rosenberry, Lalas Abubakar, Jonathan Lewis, Diego Rubio, Michael Barrios, Bryan Acosta, William Yarbrough (C), Gustavo Vallecilla, Gyasi Zardes, Lucas Esteves, Ralph Priso


Clint Irwin, Drew Moor, Max, Anthony Markanich, Collen Warner, Dantouma Toure, Darren Yapi

Player Availability Report

OUT - Steven Beitashour (Health & Safety Protocols)

OUT - Braian Galvan (R knee)

OUT - Aboubacar Keita (R knee)

OUT - Oliver Larraz (R leg)

OUT – Sam Nicholson (Health & Safety Protocols)

OUT - Jack Price (L calf)

OUT – Danny Wilson (suspension; yellow card accumulation)


  • In the Rapids’ 2-0 win against the LA Galaxy on Saturday, forward Gyasi Zardes scored his second goal in as many games, marking the23rd time in his career that he has scored in consecutive games. The ex-Galaxy player has now logged a goal or an assist in his past three matches and has scored in his last two encounters against his former club.
  • Rapids forward Diego Rubio leads the team with nine goals and has recorded a goal or an assist in his past four matches. The Chilean has scored 28 career goals for the Rapids and is one goal away from tying Dominique Badji (29 goals) for sixth-most goals in club history.Rubio is also one game-winning goal away from trying Paul Bravo for the most in club history (12).
  • On Saturday, goalkeeper William Yarbrough recorded his seventh shutout of the season and 24th all-time with the Rapids, surpassing TimHoward for fourth-most in club history. The win against the Galaxy was Yarbrough’s 29th with the club, tying him with Joe Cannon andHoward for fourth-most in Rapids history.
  • Forward Jonathan Lewis was named to the MLS Team of the Week for his efforts in Week 21 as he recorded two assists in the Rapids 2-0win over the Galaxy, snapping a six-game winless streak.
  • GK William Yarbrough is one shutout away from recording his 25th with the Rapids, which would tie him with Joe Cannon for third-most in club history.
  • F Diego Rubio is one game-winning goal away from tying Paul Bravo for most in club history (12).