Chicago Fire game day

                                                                                                                                                                                                   
  • With four consecutive draws, including last week against Toronto FC, the Chicago Fire travels to Philadelphia in search of a win against the Union on Saturday. Above, Maicon Santos of Toronto FC battles for the ball against the Fire's Yamith Cuesta, left, during their match in Toronto last Saturday.

    With four consecutive draws, including last week against Toronto FC, the Chicago Fire travels to Philadelphia in search of a win against the Union on Saturday. Above, Maicon Santos of Toronto FC battles for the ball against the Fire's Yamith Cuesta, left, during their match in Toronto last Saturday. Associated Press

 
 
Updated 5/20/2011 12:32 PM

Chicago Fire at Philadelphia Union, 7 p.m. Saturday, PPL Park

TV: Galavision

 

Scouting the Fire: The Fire (1-3-5, 8 points) hasn't won a match in almost two months, but it does own four consecutive draws. It will try to build on last week's stirring comeback at Toronto. Defender Josip Mikulic and forward Diego Chaves could miss the match with injuries, but midfielder Logan Pause is working his way back.

Scouting the Philadelphia Union: The Union (4-3-2, 14 points) had trouble with Dallas' speed on the flanks last week, and in Dominic Oduro and Marco Pappa the Fire has plenty of speed. The Union has scored a league-low 6 goals this season, allowing just 6.

Next game: vs. San Jose Earthquakes, May 28