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Revolution v. Fire: Injury Reports

It's bad news for Femi.

Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

The latest injury report brings bad news about Femi Hollinger-Janzen, as the rookie is officially listed as out with a right adductor strain. Hollinger-Janzen was expected to start in Wednesday’s U.S. Open Cup Quarterfinal against the Philadelphia Union but was a late scratch. He was ultimately replaced by Kei Kamara.

The Revs have four more players listed as out, with Charlie Davies (right adductor strain), Donnie Smith (right hamstring strain), Juan Agudelo (right knee sprain), and Xavier Kouassi (right knee surgery) all dealing with long-term injuries.

Gershon Koffie continues to work his way back from a right knee sprain and is currently classified as questionable.

The Chicago Fire have two inclusions on their list. Joey Calistri (ankle sprain) and Razvan Cocis (lower leg contusion) are both questionable ahead of Saturday’s clash.

Neither team has a player suspended, though Koffie, London Woodberry, and Matt Polster are one yellow card away from having to sit out for a game.