FC Montreal lineup (left to right):
Zachary Sukunda, Mélé Temguia, Wandrille Lefévre, Eric Miller;
Frédéric Lajoie-Gravelle, Jérémy Gagnon-Laparé, Louis Beland-Goyette, Fabio Morelli;
Romario Williams, Anthony Jackson-Hamel
Montreal bench: Luca Leone, Janouk Charbonneau, Mitchel Bringolf, Zakaria Messoudi, Marco Dominguez, Alessandro Riggi, Victor NDiaye
Crépeau, Miller, Lefevre, Gagnon-Laparé, Williams, and Jackson-Hamel are the six players on loan to FC Montreal from the MLS side and all six are starting against the Rhinos. Crépeau was always penciled in as the starter for this team but has missed the beginning of the season with injury.
Perhaps fortunately for Rochester, there are no true MLS regulars like Eric Alexander or Kenny Cooper in this lineup for FC Montreal.
Rochester Rhinos starting lineup (left to right):
Sean Totsch, Vassilis Apostolopoulos, Julian Ringhof, Pat McMahon;
Johnny Mendoza, Mike Garzi, Tony Walls, Kenardo Forbes;
Christian Volesky, Timi Mulgrew
Rochester bench: Adam Grinwis, Grant van de Casteele, Tyler Rudy, Christian Silva, Marcos Ugarte, Alex Dixon, Colin Rolfe
Brandon Miller again gets the start for Rochester as the fourth-year goalkeeper continues to impress. Onua Obasi got a break this weekend as his wife gave birth to the couple's second child a few days ago.
Revolution loanee midfielder Tyler Rudy moves to the bench after a strong performance against NYRB II but forward Timi Mulgrew makes his full debut today against Montreal after a cameo appearance last week. Mulgrew partners Christian Volesky up top and the Portland Timbers draft pick will look to carry on from his two goal performance the last time out against Montreal.