Shuttleworth; Tierney, Goncalves (c), Soares, Farrell; Dorman; Fagundez, Nguyen, Kobayashi, Sene; Bunbury
Bench: Knighton, Barnes, Caldwell, Davies, Imbongo, McCarthy, Neumann
QUAKES LINEUP (4-4-2)
Busch, Barklage, Bernardez, Goodson, Stewart, Salinas, Cronin, Pierazzi, Cato, Wondo, Lenhart
Bench: Meredith, Koval, Gordon, Harris, Schuler, Djalo, Francis
Well, there's nothing staggering about the Revs lineup other than the missing Kelyn Rowe who didn't make the trip due to injury and Daigo Kobayashi will be alongside Lee Nguyen in the midfield. Andy Dorman retains the starting role at the holding midfield spot over Scott Caldwell after a strong performance last week.
Really interesting options for the Revs off the bench, and there's no shortage of options this week. Charlie Davies and Steve Neumann are both in the squad to give the Revs depth in the winger/midfield positions. Dimitry Imbongo is the clear option up top with no Jerry Bengtson on the bench and it's possible that Imbongo could replace Saer Sene and head coach Jay Heaps gives Teal Bunbury some time out wide.
For San Jose there's nothing out of the ordinary here. Wondo and Lenhart are up front with a fairly solid midfield and two great centerbacks in Bernardez and Goodson in defense. A name to keep an eye on for the Quakes is potential debutant is Yannick Djalo, a Portuguese attacker on loan from Benfica.
If you haven't already read Corey's preview for the match as well as Steve's Know Thy Enemy with Quake, Rattle and Goal's Robert Jonas and my FIFA 14 Prediction video and post. Teal Bunbury's scoring the winner from the spot, my XBOX said so.
Comment below about the lineups and the game as kickoff is around 1030PM EST.