SHOTS ON GOAL
Union (6-9-2, 20 points) at Red Bull New York (10-5-5, 35 points)
When: Saturday, 2:30 p.m.
Where: Red Bull Arena, Harrison, N.J.
Radio: WIP (610-AM) with Tony Limarzi (play-by-play) and Peter Pappas (color)
For kicks: These 1-95 rivals square off for the first time since a 1-0 Union loss on national TV before last year's MLS playoff run. Red Bull recently acquired former Union forward Sebastien Le Toux via trade from Vancouver. It's his fourth team in as many years … Red Bull is coming off a 1-0 win Wednesday over Chicago at Red Bull Arena, just its second win in last eight matches. Thierry Henry continues to dazzle, sitting third among the league leaders in goals with 10 behind teammate Kenny Cooper (11) and San Jose forward Chris Wondolowski (17) … Henry scored the game-winner against the Fire, his first goal since April 28, but the Frenchman has missed time due to injury … Le Toux gave Henry the assist on what MLSSoccer.com recently called a "wonder strike." In just two matches, LeToux has a goal and an assist for Red Bull … Union midfielder Michael Farfan is scheduled to play after sitting out Wednesday's friendly due to a groin strain. Farfan told the Daily News he "feels fine," but that he needed "a few days to recover."