OUT: F Innocent Emeghara (torn meniscus), F Steven Lenhart (right knee arthroscopy), D Paulo Renato (right hamstring)
PROBABLE: M Leandro Barrera (knee injury) D Clarence Goodson (right leg injury)
INTERNATIONAL DUTY: F Tommy Thompson (U.S. U-20), M Fatai Alashe (U.S. U-23), M Sanna Nyassi (Gambia)
Dominic Kinnear went with the 4-1-2-3 last week in their 3-1 loss to Toronto FC, but with some injuries and players out for international duty, there's a chance that could change.
Bingham; Wynee, Bernardez, Goodson, Stewart; Stephenson; Cato, Wondolowski, Koval, Salinas; Jahn
No surprise here, it's Chris Wondolowski. He's one of the, if not the, hottest players in the league right now. He's scored a goal in four straight games to bring his season total to eight. That four-game goal streak is tied for the longest goal streak this year. Wondolowski's finishing ability makes him so dangerous and with a less-than-stellar back line for FC Dallas, if he isn't marked well, he can be lethal.
The FC Dallas back four was torn apart last week as Sporting KC's players were consistently making runs through the defense and finding plenty of space within the 18. If FC Dallas wants to end their losing skid, it's going to take a strong center back pairing that will limit Adam Jahn and Chris Wondolowski's ability to get in towards goal and wreak havoc. Cordell Cato's speed won't make it any easier, but having Moises Hernandez on the outside should limit his attacking ability.