San Jose Injury Report

NYCFC got through the international break unscathed.


Kwame Awuah, Maxime Chanot, Yangel Herrera, Ronald Matarrita, Alex Ring and Rodney Wallace all represented their nations over the last two weeks.


All six players have returned to their clubs with no ill effects and are in contention to face San Jose Earthquakes on Saturday afternoon.


Mikey Lopez is rated as questionable following his ankle surgery in the offseason and is making good progress on a return, taking a full part in training with the rest of the squad this week.


For San Jose, Quincy Amarikwa, Marvell Wynne and Marc Pelosi are all definitely out of the game.


Injury Report


NYCFC

  • Suspended: None
  • Int’l Duty: None
  • Injury Report: QUESTIONABLE – M Mikey Lopez (ankle surgery)


San Jose

  • Suspended: None
  • Int’l Duty: None
  • Injury Report: OUT – F Quincy Amarikwa (knee surgery), D Marvell Wynne (heart abnormality), M Marc Pelosi (left knee injury)


All-Time Series


This is just the third all-time meeting between these two clubs. NYCFC lead the series 1-0-1, beating San Jose 3-2 at Yankee Stadium and earning a scoreless draw at the Quakes in the first two matches between the sides.


  • Overall: NYCFC 1 win (3 goals) … San Jose 0 wins (2 goals) … Ties 1
  • At NYCFC: NYCFC 1 win (3 goals) … San Jose 0 wins (2 goals) … Ties 0


Referees


Referee: Jorge Gonzalez
Assistant Referees: Jeff Hosking, Andrew Bigelow
Fourth Official: Alex Chilowicz

Injury Report: International Break Claims No Victims -