Portland Timbers coach Caleb Porter has a big decision ahead for Sunday's clash in Orlando.
With injuries still sidelining captain Liam Ridgewell (hamstring) and left back Andy Thoma (tibia plateau), plus Chris Klute match-ready for the first time since he joined the Timbers back in December, Porter has three choices for left back on the table.
He can stick with Zarek Valentin, who has slotted in as an all-purpose defender this season, or give someone else a chance. That could either be Klute, who spent the offseason recovering from a knee injury, or it could be Jack Barmby, who the Timbers signed last month from Leicester City mainly to use as a winger but has left back experience.
As Porter told the Oregonian at training: "I think we'll make a decision between Zarek, who has played the last two games, Barmby who is probably a little more fit and sharp, or Klute, who knows the league and who has played more in this league at left back than any of the three."