The final match of the Cascadia Summit gives fans an opportunity to see the depth of the Vancouver Whitecaps and Seattle Sounders teams as the starters for both teams went earlier in the weekend. Seattle's Second XI features more speed on offense and less on defense.
For Vancouver the lineup will be several of their USSF D2 players will be on the pitch in Jay Nolly, Wes Knight and Nizar Khalfan. But the most interesting note is that Omar Salgado gets the start giving us a preview of what the young man can eventually be.
Reserves: Alonso, Riley, Zakuani, Gonzalez, Fernandez, Estrada, Noonan, Neagle, Meredith, Ford, Parke and Montano.
That means no Mauro Rosales
Joe Cannon did manage to get some play yesterday. Which is important for the 'Caps as he hasn't been healthy most of pre-season.
Pay attention to Mike Fucito, O'Brian White and Michael Tetteh in order to fill out the projections forms.