Starting XI: Jonathan Bond; Julián Araujo, Eriq Zavaleta, Derrick Williams, Raheem Edwards; Mark Delgado, Rayan Raveloson, Efraín Álvarez, Douglas Costa; Kévin Cabral, Javier “Chicharito” Hernández ©

Substitutions: Jonathan Klinsmann; Nick DePuy, Kelvin Leerdam; Daniel Aguirre, Samuel Grandsir, Sacha Kljestan, Jonathan Pérez; Dejan Joveljić

Lineup Notes:

  • Starting in goal is Jonathan Bond, who makes his ninth appearance in 2022. Bond has registered 16 saves and ranks tied for third in the league with four shutouts this season.
  • Mexican National Team defender Julián Araujo makes his eighth start of the season at right back. Araujo ranks tied for first on the team in chances created (12) in 2022.
  • Eriq Zavaleta makes his MLS regular-season debut for the Galaxy at center back. Zavaleta made his Galaxy debut in a 1-0 win over San Diego Loyal SC in the Third Round of the U.S. Open Cup.
  • Next to Zavaleta is Derrick Williams, who tallied the game-winning assist in the 1-0 win over Nashville SC on April 23. .
  • Playing at left back is Raheem Edwards, who ranks tied for first in MLS with five assists in eight regular-season games played (8 starts). Edwards leads the team and ranks tied for fourth in MLS in duels won (66).
  • Rayan Raveloson starts in midfield for the Galaxy. Raveloson has tallied two assists in eight games played during the 2022 campaign.
  • Covering the most ground of any player on LA is Mark Delgado. Delgado leads the team with 60 possessions won this season.
  • Starting on the right side is Efraín Álvarez, who has tallied one goal in eight games played in MLS play. Álvarez ranks tied for second in MLS in shots that have hit the woodwork (2) this year.
  • Douglas Costa makes his sixth start in league play this season. Costa is one of seven players in MLS this year to score direct free-kick goals.
  • Starting up top is Kévin Cabral, who has tallied one goal and five shots in his last two matches played across all competitions dating back to April 23.
  • Playing next to Cabral is Javier “Chicharito” Hernández, who ranks tied for first in MLS with five goals scored.