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Here is your match thread for tonight's game.

MLS: Toronto FC at New York Red Bulls Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports

FC Dallas remains on the road for the second of three straight games away from home as they take on the New York Red Bulls in a Friday night clash.

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

REFEREE: Jair Marrufo. AR1 (bench): Eric Boria; AR2 (opposite): Matthew Nelson; 4th: Jaime Herrera MLS Career: 199 games; FC/gm: 23.4; Y/gm: 2.8; R: 38; pens: 57

SUSPENDED: none

WARNINGS:

SUSPENDED NEXT YELLOW CARD: none

SUSPENDED AFTER TWO YELLOW CARDS: DAL: Maynor Figueroa, Atiba Harris, Walker Zimmerman

DISABLED LIST: NYR: Damian Perrinelle

INTERNATIONAL ABSENCES: none

HEAD-TO-HEAD

ALL-TIME (42 meetings): Red Bulls 20 wins (1 shootout), 57 goals ...FC Dallas 17 wins (0 shootout), 61 goals ...Ties 5

AT RED BULLS (21 meetings): Red Bulls 11 wins (1 shootout), 30 goals ... FC Dallas 8 wins (0 shootout), 30 goals ... Ties 2

LAST YEAR (MLS):

5/15: DAL 0, NYR 0

Coaches record: Jesse Marsch vs. DAL: P2 W0 L1 T1 ... Oscar Pareja vs. NYR: P4 W1 L2 T1

FC Dallas Injury Report

OUT: Alejandro Zendejas - Osteitis Pubis, Matt Hedges - meniscus surgery

FCD Notes:

Ending droughts on the road. According to the game notes, Dallas had not won in RFK Stadium since May 28, 2005 – a 2‐0 win with both goals coming from Carlos Ruiz – until March 26, 2016. Dallas left RFK Stadium with a 3‐0 win on goals from Barrios (14, 28) and Urruti (52). Dallas had never won in Providence Park until April 13, 2016. Dallas downed Portland Timbers FC, 3‐1, on goals by Barrios (4), Castillo (26) and Tesho (29). FC Dallas haven’t won at the Red Bulls since 2006, when they took a 2‐1 victory at Giants Stadium. FCD has never won at Red Bull Arena (0‐1‐2).

High scoring. Dallas has 15 goals, the second‐most in MLS this season (LA Galaxy has 17). The team is on pace for 57, which would surpass the club record of 55, set in 2014 and 1997.

Against New York. The Red Bulls have a three‐game undefeated streak against FC Dallas, in the series, after the teams played to a scoreless draw in their only meeting a season ago, May 15 at Toyota Stadium. The Red Bulls had won the previous two meetings between the teams, both by 1‐0 scores.

How to watch

Kickoff: 6:00 PM

Venue: Red Bull Arena

TV: UniMas

Online: Univision Deportes

Projected lineups: Is this the week we see Mauro Diaz back in the lineup for FC Dallas? Or will Oscar Pareja continue to use a 4-4-2 against a NY side that has struggled to score this season.

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

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