Next for the Galaxy: Wednesday at Real Salt Lake


When: 6:30 p.m. PDT.

Where: Rio Tinto Stadium, Sandy, Utah.

On the air: TV: TWC SportsNet, TWC Deportes; Radio: 980, 1330.

Records: Galaxy 3-2-4, Real Salt Lake 2-2-4.

Record vs. Sporting (2014): 1-1-1.

Update: Reigning league most valuable player Robbie Keane has sat out the last four games because of a groin injury but the Galaxy hasn't lost any of the games, winning twice. Keane will sit out again  Wednesday when the Galaxy puts its unbeaten streak on the line in Utah, but the road hasn't been kind to the defending Major League Soccer champions, who haven't won outside StubHub Center since August. One of those games was a scoreless draw at Rio Tinto Stadium in the first round of the playoffs in November. Real Salt Lake hasn't won anywhere in more than a month. And its only goal in that span was an own goal last week from San Jose's Victor Bernardez, which ended Real Salt Lake's scoreless drought at 387 minutes. The team will be without leading scorer Javier Morales, who left in the first half of the San Jose game because of a concussion.

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