CHIVAS USA TONIGHT at Chicago, 5:30 PDT, FSN Prime Ticket
Site -- Toyota Park, Bridgeview, Ill.
Radio -- 1020.
Records -- Chivas USA 6-6-9, Fire 5-7-7.
Record vs Fire -- 1-0.
Update -- Chivas will make a game-time decision on whether influential midfielder Juan Francisco “Paco” Palencia can play. The former Mexico national team player strained his left hamstring during a 1-1 tie with the New England Revolution at the Coliseum on Sunday. Fellow midfielder John O’Brien remains sidelined because of tendinitis. Coach Bob Bradley’s team has tied four games in a row and eight of its last 10. Today’s match will mark the first time former Fire players Jesse Marsch and Ante Razov return to Chicago as Chivas players. Razov, who has 12 goals and eight assists, was overtaken as the MLS scoring leader this week by Real Salt Lake’s Jeff Cunningham, who has 13 goals and six assists. Chicago is without a win in its last three games.