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Up next for the Galaxy: Wednesday vs. Monterrey

Galaxy faces the Rayados of Mexico in the first game of the CONCACAF Champions League's two-leg semifinals. Monterrey has won the tournament the last two years.

April 03, 2013
  • Galaxy midfielder Jose Villarreal gives the quiet sign to the Toronto crowd after scoring a goal in the 92nd minute to tie the score, 2-2.
Galaxy midfielder Jose Villarreal gives the quiet sign to the Toronto crowd… (Chris Young / Associated…)

GALAXY ON WEDNESDAY

VS. MONTERREY

CONCACAF Champions League

When: 7.

Where: Home Depot Center.

On the air: TV: Fox Soccer, Univision Deportes; Radio: None.

Update: Playing in the CONCACAF Champions League semifinals for the first time in club history, the Galaxy will face the Monterrey Rayados of Mexico, who have won the tournament the last two years. This is the first game of the two-leg semifinals; the second will be played April 10 in Mexico. The Galaxy's outlook has improved markedly with the return of the team's captain, Landon Donovan, from a self-imposed sabbatical. The forward made his 2013 debut Saturday, playing 29 minutes in the Galaxy's 2-2 tie with Toronto FC, and he's not expected to play a full 90 minutes against Monterrey as he continues to build up his strength. Galaxy forward Robbie Keane also is expected back after suffering a calf injury. CONCACAF is a federation of club teams primarily from North America and Central America.

—Jim Peltz

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