HOUSTON, TX - JUNE 30: Head coach John Hackworth of Philadelphia Union looks on during the first half against Houston Dynamo at BBVA Compass Stadium on June 30, 2012 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images)
The Philadelphia Union and Toronto FC take the pitch at PPL Park on Sunday.
Two of the worst teams in the MLS Eastern Conference square off Sunday, as the hometown Philadelphia Union host Toronto FC at PPL Park (4 p.m. ET). The Union are coming off a victory against the LA Galaxy on Wednesday and will be looking to avenge a 1-0 loss to last-place Toronto, which trail Philly by four points in the Eastern Conference standings.
Philadelphia (4-9-2) will also be trying to continue to strong play under head coach John Hackworth, who has switched up the Union's attack which head lead to seven goals in the last four league games.
Meanwhile, Toronto (2-10-4) is 1-1-4 in their last six games under its new head coach Paul Marine.
All-time, Philly is 2-2-1 against Toronto.