EARTHQUAKES VS. TORONTO FC

RECORDS: Quakes 2-3-5, Toronto FC 1-4-4

KICKOFF: Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., Buck Shaw Stadium

TV/RADIO: CSNCA/1590, 1370

SERIES HISTORY: Quakes lead 3-2-4. San Jose won last year's meeting 3-0.

QUAKES UPDATE: F Chris Wondolowski has six goals and one assist in his past five games against Toronto FC. ... The Quakes rallied for a 2-2 draw against the Montreal Impact on Saturday on goals by F Adam Jahn (59th minute) and M Sam Cronin (91st) ... They are stuck in a six-match-winless streak (0-2-4), the team's longest victory drought since a 13-game stretch in 2011 ... F Steven Lenhart and F Alan Gordon, each out serving suspensions, are eligible to return Saturday at Seattle ... F Marcus Tracy played 14 minutes against Montreal, his first action since competing for Danish side Aalborg in December 2009 -- a 1,246-day gap during which he underwent three knee surgeries. ... D Jason Hernandez (right calf sprain) and M Brad Ring (right knee sprain) are out.

TORONTO FC UPDATE: Toronto has lost two straight, each by a goal against New York and Colorado, and is on a seven-game league winless skid ... Toronto is 1-14-8 in its past 23 MLS games ... Zambian striker Robert Earnshaw has a team-high five goals, second-most in MLS ... The squad features designated player Matias Laba, 21, a holding midfielder who played for Argentinos Juniors. ... Former Stanford star Ryan Nelsen makes his first Bay Area MLS appearance as Toronto FC's coach. Nelson, 35, the former captain of New Zealand's World Cup and Olympic teams, starred at Stanford in 1999-2000. He took over as Toronto's coach in January.

-- Matt Schwab and Elliott Almond



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