Two major players were out for the Colorado Rapids during their last game against the Vancouver Whitecaps. Brian Mullan was knocked out with a hamstring injury while Tony Cascio was out with a sprained ankle that he suffered during Colorado's last game against the Galaxy.
Fortunately, it looks like both players could be back in business on Sunday after being kept out of Vancouver. According to the Rapids twitter account, both have started training again as of Wednesday and could both be ready to play by Sunday.
Mullan (hamstring) and Cascio (ankle), who missed last game, are back training fully this morning— Colorado Rapids (@ColoradoRapids) September 26, 2012
If the Rapids are to beat the Galaxy, they'll need to have their best team on the field. Having Mullan and Cascio available -- especially considering how good Cascio performed in that last LA game before getting injured -- couldn't hurt their odds in that regard.