Luis Robles has played 183 consecutive games for the Red Bulls. (FrontRowSoccer.com Photo)

Luis Robles’ amazing streak could be in trouble.

The Red Bulls goalkeeper could sit out Sunday’s match at Atlanta United FC with a knee injury, MLSSoccer.com reported Friday night.

Robles, 34, has appeared in the Red Bulls’ last 183 regular-season matches, dating back to 2012, a Major League Soccer record.

His availability for the match will be determined at a Saturday morning training session, sources told MLSSoccer.com.

If Robles is sidelined, Fordham University graduate Ryan Meara would start for the Red Bulls. Meara was New York’s regular goalkeeper for the beginning of the 2012 season before a hip injury sidelined him. Robles took over as the No. 1 goalkeeper that Sept. 29 and hasn’t given up the spot since.

This season, Robles has a 1.22 goals-against average in nine appearances.

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