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FC Dallas injury report: Nearly at full strength for second leg

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Outside of the two long-term injuries, FCD is looking solid for tonight.

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Injuries have been a big concern for FC Dallas all season long but now it appears that Oscar Pareja could have a fairly good options all over the field for the second leg match agains the Seattle Sounders tonight.

The players most in question for the last few weeks like Mauro Diaz, Fabian Castillo and Adam Moffat, are all looking good going into tonight's game.

Moffat for one thing has been dealing with a hamstring injury for a couple weeks lately is said to finally be going through the paces of training without any pain. That could be vital for FCD tonight against a veteran-led Sounder team. FCD has struggled in the middle portion of the field so far during these playoffs with turnovers and bad passes out of Michel.

Diaz is back from his one-game suspension but his health is still a question mark as far as how long he can go in a game. More than likely he is only going to be able to go 60 minutes at the very most.

Castillo has had some hip issue over the last week but he is back to his usual self according to Pareja. The Dallas coach told the Dallas Morning News last week that he should be his dangerous self on Monday.

No, Fabian is full too. He evolved very well, so he's full to go.

If you note that last link, you'll also see a part about defender Matt Hedges. The FCD captain did pick up a knock early last week in training just like the report says, it is not a big concern for the game tonight.