Orlando City's defense will not be at full strength when the club welcomes the Philadelphia Union to town.
The Orlando Sentinel reported on Monday that right back Rafael Ramos and center back Seb Hines are set to miss Wednesday's Eastern Conference bout vs. the Union at Camping World Stadium (7:30 pm ET, MLS LIVE) in Orlando, Florida, because of injuries picked up in this past weekend's 2-1 win over the Montreal Impact.
Ramos is dealing with a hamstring problem that forced him out of the match in the 34th minute, and Hines is nursing a knee issue that saw him substituted six minutes later.
Ramos, 21, and Hines, 27, have each started and played in 10 of Orlando's 11 games this season. The Lions are currently in sixth place in the Eastern Conference with a 3-3-5 record.