Kemar Lawrence (right) is eligible to play for the Red Bulls after missing the last CCL match due to yellow card accumulation. (Vincent Carchietta/USA Today Photo)
There were few surprises on the Red Bulls’ 23-player roster for the second leg of their CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinal series against the Vancouver Whitecaps.
All of the teams’ big guns, including captain and midfielder Sacha Kljestan, forward Bradley Wright-Phillips and goalkeeper Luis Robes were on the squad for the 10 p.m. ET Thursday night encounter at B.C. Place.
Left back Kemar Lawrence is eligible to play after missing the first leg due to yellow card accumulation.
Here are the 23-man rosters for the encounter:
Goalkeepers (3): Evan Louro, Ryan Meara, Luis Robles
Defenders (8): Justin Bilyeu, Aurelien Collin, Kemar Lawrence, Aaron Long, Michael Murillo, Hassan Ndam, Damien Perrinelle, Sal Zizzo
Midfielders (9): Sean Davis, Derrick Etienne, Felipe, Mike Grella, Sacha Kljestan, Dan Metzger, Alex Muyl, Florian Valot, Daniel Royer
Forwards (3): Brandon Allen, Gonzalo Veron, Bradley Wright-Phillips
Goalkeepers (2): David Ousted, Paolo Tornaghi
Defenders (8): Christian Dean, Marcel de Jong, Jordan Harvey, Jake Nerwinski, Tim Parker, Cole Seiler, Kendall Waston, Sheanon Williams
Midfielders (9): Christian Bolaños, Marco Bustos, Alphonso Davies, Andrew Jacobson, Matias Laba, Ben McKendry, Nicolas Mezquida, Brek Shea, Russell Teibert
Forwards (3): Kyle Greig, Kekuta Manneh, Fredy Montero