CARSON, CA - APRIL 28: David Beckham #23 of the Los Angeles Galaxy complains to referee Ricardo Salazar just before being given a yellow card in the game with FC Dallas at The Home Depot Center on April 28, 2012 in Carson, California. The game ended in a 1-1 tie. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)
It's match day Galaxy fans, and while it might be a big moment for several parties involved, the injury to Thierry Henry and the midweek loss by the LA Galaxy has taken some of the air out of the sails of this one. Still, the Galaxy have plenty to prove tonight, as do the New York Red Bulls. For some perspective on both clubs, check out these articles:
MLS -- Another weird season brewing for the Red Bulls - ESPN
Just eight games into the 2012 MLS season and the Red Bulls are on course for another wild and weird season, writes Leander Schaerlaeckens.
Weekend ahead: Young New York Red Bulls goalkeeper Ryan Meara shines bright on field of stars | NJ.com
Up next for the 4-3-1 Red Bulls and their makeshift defense is Saturday’s nationally televised match at an Los Angeles Galaxy side eager for a win.
Red Bulls injury-riddled coming into Saturday's One-Percenter Derby at L.A.
Even with the return of Jan Gunnar Solli, the Red Bulls will still be injury-riddled coming into tomorrow’s so-called One-Percenter Derby at defending MLS Cup champion Los Angeles. Missing six
Struggling Galaxy gets another prime-time assignment - latimes.com
The Galaxy goes before a national television audience again Saturday when it plays host to the battered New York Red Bulls on ESPN . But are Major League Soccer 's defending champions ready for their latest close-up?