William Yarbrough, Keegan Rosenberry, Lalas Abubakar, Auston Trusty, Sam Vines, Kellyn Acosta, Jack Price, Cole Bassett, Braian Galván, Andre Shinyashiki and Jonathan Lewis
Clint Irwin, Drew Moor, Danny Wilson, Steven Beitashour, Jeremy Kelly, Collen Warner, Nicolas Benezet, Nicolás Mezquida, Deklan Wynne
Kortne Ford will miss tonight's game as he continues rehab on his left knee. The defender underwent successful surgery on Tuesday, August 25.
Diego Rubio and Younes Namli will also miss tonight’s match, as they recover from injuries sustained during matches last week.
Goals, Goals and More Goals
The Rapids have scored at least once in their last 22 home matches dating back to the last home match of 2018, the longest active home scoring streak in MLS. Jonathan Lewis leads the team in goals with four goals, with Cole Bassett trailing behind with three.
The Youth Movement Continues for Colorado
On Saturday, the Rapids fielded their youngest Starting XI of the 2020 season with an average age of 24.9 years. Tonight, they beat that record with the youngest lineup in club history with an average age of 23.7 years.
No Stranger to San Jose
In their last five meetings against the Quakes, the Rapids have a 2-1-2 record dating back to August 11, 2018. Newly signed Rapids defender Steven Beitashour is a native of San Jose. Beitashour, began his MLS career with his hometown club after being drafted by the Earthquakes in the second round of the 2010 MLS SuperDraft (30th overall). He went on to feature in 87 matches for San Jose, recording two goals and 16 assists, and helping the club win the 2012 Supporters' Shield.