Children's Mercy Sports Medicine Report DL - 2021 Season - Sporting KC

Sports Medicine Report is’s look at the latest health update regarding the team ahead of upcoming matches and is presented by The Sports Medicine Center at Children's Mercy. All health issues listed are from the teams' official player availability reports submitted approximately 48 hours prior to kickoff.

Sporting Kansas City returns to Children’s Mercy Park for the first time in over four months tonight when the team plays host to Orlando City SC. Sporting claimed a 2-1 victory over the New York Red Bulls at Red Bull Arena last weekend, while Orlando played to a scoreless draw with rivals Atlanta United in their home opener.

#SKCvORL Sports Medicine Report

<center><strong>Sporting Kansas City</strong></center>
<center><b>Orlando City SC</b></center>
<center>GK - Tim Melia<br> (Out - Chest)</center>
<center>DEF - Robin Jansson<br> (Questionable - Lower Body)</center>
<center>GK - Brooks Thompson<br> (Out - Lower Back)</center>
<center>DEF - Joao Moutinho<br><span style="text-align: -webkit-center;">(Questionable - Lower Body)</span></center>
<center>DEF - Graham Zusi<br> (Out - Foot)</center>
<center>MID - David Loera<br><span style="text-align: -webkit-center;">(Questionable - Lower Body)</span></center>
<center>MID - Ilie Sanchez<br> (Out - Back Spasms)</center>
<center>MID - Uri Rosell<br><span style="text-align: -webkit-center;">(Questionable - Lower Body)</span></center>
<center>FWD - Alexandre Pato<br> (Out - Lower Body)</center>

In addition, Orlando City creative midfielder Mauricio Pereyra will miss the match as he serves the final game of a suspension following a red card during last season's MLS Cup Playoffs.

Kickoff is set for 6:30 p.m. CT (6:55 p.m. CT actual kick) on FS1 and FOX Deportes, while Sports Radio 810 WHB and La Grande 1340 AM will carry the game locally on the radio.