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FC Dallas vs DC United: Live stream and lineups

Here is your match thread for today's game.

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FC Dallas
aims to get their first road win of the season as they battle fellow MLS original D.C. United at RFK Stadium.

Previews: We have tons of preview material up and ready to read before this one kicks off.

REFEREE: Jose Carlos Rivero. AR1 (bench): Corey Parker; AR2 (opposite): Andrew Bigelow; 4th: Rubiel Vazquez MLS Career: 57 games; FC/gm: 26.8; Y/gm: 3.7; R: 15; pens: 27



INTERNATIONAL ABSENCES: DC: Steve Birnbaum (USA; vs. Guatemala 3/25, 3/29); Alvaro Saborio (Costa Rica; vs. Jamaica 3/25, 3/29) ... DAL: Kellyn AcostaWalker Zimmerman (USA U-23; vs. Colombia U-23 3/25, 3/29s); Tesho Akindele (Canada; vs. Mexico 3/25, 3/29); Moises Hernandez (Guatemala; vs. USA 3/25, 3/29); Maynor Figueroa(Honduras; vs. El Salvador 3/25, 3/29); Atiba Harris (St. Kitts and Nevis; vs Aruba 3/25, vs. Antigua and Barbuda 3/29);Jesse Gonzalez (Mexico U-23)


ALL-TIME (42 meetings): United 15 wins (0 shootout), 75 goals ... FC Dallas 19 wins (4 shootout), 70 goals ... Ties 8

AT RFK (19 meetings): United 9 wins (0 shootout), 47 goals ... FC Dallas 5 wins (2 shootout), 29 goals ... Ties 5


7/18: DAL 2, DC 1 (Acosta 73; Castillo 92+ -- own goal 77)

Coaches record: Ben Olsen vs. DAL: P7 W2 L3 D2 ... Oscar Pareja vs. DC: P4 W1 L2 D1

FC Dallas Injury Report

OUT: Alejandro Zendejas - Osteitis Pubis

FCD Notes:

Reprise of last year's game at Columbus? One of FC Dallas' biggest wins of the 2015 season came against Columbus on Sept. 6, 2015 - during a FIFA international break (today's match is also during an international break). Due to the number of players missing for that match, FC Dallas was able to start five Homegrown players: Gonzalez, Ulloa, Craft, Zendejas and Acosta en route to a 3‐0 victory (tied for the biggest margin of victory away from Toyota Stadium last season).

Diaz on midseason form. According to the club's game notes, Since returning to the lineup after a six‐game absence on September 27, 2015, Diaz has four goals and six assists in his last nine MLS matches. The double‐assist day for Diaz on March 6 was the fourth of his MLS career.

How to watch

Kickoff: 4:30 PM

Venue: RFK Stadium

TV: Time Warner Cable Sports

Online: MLS Live

Projected lineups: One big question entering this game will be whether or not Pareja goes crazy with a lineup or sticks to his guns and remains in the 4-2-3-1. More than likely he will go with young Homegrown Aaron Guillen in the middle of the defense with Matt Hedges and Zach Loyd will be out on the wings opposite of Ryan Hollingshead. The rest of the lineup should be pretty straight forward after that based off last week's team that beat Montreal.

Prediction: Our staff has a full list of predictions, which one are you going with?

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