FC Dallas is back in action tonight as they host Eastern Conference side Toronto FC. Both sides are coming into this one looking to end some losing streaks with FCD losers of their last two and Toronto losers of their last three.
Previews: We have tons of preview material here in our story stream for this match.
REFEREE: Ismail Elfath. AR1 (bench): Ian Anderson; AR2 (opposite): Mark Cahen; 4th: Nima Saghafi
MLS Career: 44 games; FC/gm: 25.6; Y/gm: 3.2; R: 12; pens: 12
SUSPENDED: TOR: Warren Creavalle (through April 19)
SUSPENDED NEXT YELLOW CARD: none
SUSPENDED AFTER TWO YELLOW CARDS: DAL: Atiba Harris
DISABLED LIST: none
INTERNATIONAL ABSENCES: none
ALL-TIME (13 meetings): FC Dallas 7 wins, 19 goals ... Toronto FC 1 win, 14 goals ... Ties 5
AT DALLAS (7 meetings): FC Dallas 5 wins, 12 goals ... Toronto FC 0 wins, 6 goals ... Ties 2
LAST YEAR (MLS)
4/19: DAL 2, TOR 1 (Hedges 37; Perez 88 - Nakajima-Farran 21)
Coaches record: Greg Vanney vs. DAL: first game ... Oscar Pareja vs. TOR: P3 W2 L1 D0
Kickoff time: 7:30 PM
Venue: Toyota Stadium, Frisco, TX
TV: Time Warner Sports
Streaming: MLS LIVE
Projected lineups: I feel good about seeing Mauro Diaz back in the lineup. The question will be, who will be in the midfield with him. Fabian Castillo appears to be the only lock in my mind as I could see Tesho Akindele on the other wing with hopefully Kellyn Acosta and Victor Ulloa being Diaz.
Prediction: Like I stated in our game preview, I'm going with a 2-1 result for the good guys.
What are you drinking?: I'm actually going to be out of the stadium tonight for this one, likely drinking a beer or two while I watch this one elsewhere during a friends birthday party.
Here you go, comment below. We'll be adding lineups and commentary as we go along here.