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Big D Daily: News for Friday, April 1, 2016

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No jokes about it today, FC Dallas hosts Columbus tomorrow.

Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

We're at the weekend here again as FC Dallas is getting ready to host Columbus tomorrow night.

// FC Dallas //

Home dominance is a mentality | FCDallas.com

The record at home over the last two years is pretty impressive when you really think about it. Outside of a couple bad apples, it has been a really impressive run that hopefully continues to get extended here this season.

Keys to the match | FCDallas.com

The FCD digital crew give us their three keys to the match for tomorrow night.

// MLS //

MLS officials to visit Sacramento in the middle of April | MLSSoccer.com

It shouldn't be a shocker to know that Don Garber and the league still want Sacramento as an expansion spot. I would imagine this helps lay the ground work for that to be a reality at some point this year.

Keane to miss four to six weeks following knee surgery | LAG Confidential

Ouch, that is a big blow to the Galaxy who have already started off a bit rocky this season. Now they'll be without Robbie Keane for almost two months.

Sounders in search of their first win | Goal.com

It won't be easy but they get a good Montreal team that likely won't have Didier Drogba.

Morris: Missing Olympics is a tough pill to swallow | Sounder at Heart

Yeah, it certainly will be for players like Jordon Morris and Kellyn Acosta.

Another week, another Whitecaps suspension | Eighty Six Forever

Kind of funny that the Caps are getting penalty kicks left and right here this season and suspensions.

Who returns from the international break with a boost of confidence | ESPNFC.com

No FCD players on this list, even though we had more players out than most teams did.

// USWNT //

Women soccer players file pay discrimination suit | The Atlantic

You know it is bad when outlets like The Atlantic are writing about it. Still, the facts are pretty damning here about how badly the women get paid compared to the men. Just given that the women get basic chump change for winning the World Cup when the men could earn four times that is astounding.

USSF responds to wage complaint | SI.com

That was cute.

How big is the pay gap between men and women? | Time

Lets just say it isn't pretty.

Women earn the glory, while men earn the money | FiveThirtyEight

Here is a super deep dive into the stats comparing the mens and women's national teams here.