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Fantasy AnalysisSaborio, who is 33, scored four goals in 15 appearances after arriving at the club, which gave him 27 total regular season appearances for both United and Real Salt Lake last year. He's eighth all time in scoring among active MLS players, with 67 goals and 13 assists in 139 appearances over his six seasons.
Fantasy AnalysisWaston, who is 27, was voted by the fans as the 2015 Whitecaps FC BMO Player of the Year, and finished in the top 15 in six statistical categories. He's been recognized league wide as well, with his second place finish for the 2015 MLS Defender of the Year award.
Fantasy AnalysisMorales, who is turning 36 in January, had eight goals and 12 assists in the 2015 season. Those stats had him leading his team in both categories, making him one of the most crucial attackers for Real Salt Lake.
Fantasy AnalysisThe injury was horrific, as Garrido's knee completely bent the wrong way after getting tangled up with another player. It is shocking his leg wasn't broken, though the ligament damage will likely keep him out for at least 12 months.
Fantasy AnalysisFranklin has dealt with ankle issues all season long but most recently had to be subbed off the field in the 84th minute during the front end of United's two-game series with the Red Bulls. He tends to start when healthy, but Luke Mishu will be waiting in the wings if Franklin is ultimately deemed unfit for Sunday's important game.
Fantasy AnalysisPontius sat out the front end of D.C.'s two-game series with the Red Bulls this past weekend and it appears things may remain unchanged Sunday. His potential absence will likely allow for Markus Halsti to stay in the starting XI, although Pontius still hasn't officially been ruled out quite yet.
Fantasy AnalysisSpeculation about the veteran midfielder making a playing return to Liverpool are premature, but it does look as though Gerrard will be a common sight at the training grounds this winter.
Fantasy AnalysisIt is unclear when DeLaGarza will have the procedure, as he would like to play internationally before having the surgery, though he also wants to ensure he's fully fit for the start of next season. He admitted Saturday that the groin has been an issue since the second week of preseason, which could help explain his relatively disappointing regular season.