San Jose Earthquakes Schedule Preview: Quakes Host Tortonto FC Searching for First Home Win of 2011

Is that time again Quakes fans, it’s match day.

After coming back to force a 2-2 draw with the Seattle Sounders last Saturday, the San Jose Earthquakes are set to host Toronto FC tonight at Buck Haw Stadium. And after Khari Stephenson broke the Quakes cycle of having only one scorer, Chris Wondolowski, San Jose will be looking to score tonight and in bunches.

San Jose got the win in their previous meeting late last September which the Quakes took 3-2, Wondolowski had both of the goals. Toronto is coming off a 1-1 draw with Chivas USA last week, and is also looking to move themselves up the table as well.

Earthquake’s Midfielder Andre Luiz will be out with a left knee injury, as well as forward Scott Sealy with a sprained shoulder.

Kick off is set for 7:30 this evening and can be found on the Direct Kick channel, or MLS MatchDay Live (for paid subscribers). Stay with SB Nation Bay Area for a complete wrapup after the match, or head over to our Eathquakes blog, Quake, Rattle, and Goal for more in depth discussion and analysis.

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