76’ - Hayes with a wonderful goal to open his professional account. Dallas is in the lead! 1-0
23’ - Jimmy Mauer with an excellent tip save to keep it scoreless!
Lineups are in
The Revs are coming off a big win last weekend at home, where they dominated the Montreal Impact to the tune of a 4-0 win.
FC Dallas notes:
Quality run against New England. FC Dallas has won six straight matches against the Revs dating back to a 1-0 win on April 5, 2012. Last year, the two sides met once with FCD coming out on top in a 2-1 win.
Pareja vs NE. FC Dallas head coach Oscar Pareja is 5-1-0 (including a 1-1-0 record with the Colorado Rapids) all-time against New England and 3-0-0 when FC Dallas scores first.
Key player. Reto Ziegler - This one could come down to the defense for FC Dallas and after last week’s blunder by Matt Hedges, the Swiss veteran may be the right guy to step up and help cool off this New England attack.
OUT: Brandon Servania (Compartment Syndrome surgery), Jesus Ferreira (Core Muscle Repair surgery); Paxton Pomykal (knee), Maynor Figueroa (knee)
QUESTIONABLE: Kellyn Acosta (sports hernia)
LOAN: Anibal Chala (L.D.U. Quinto), Francis Atuahene (OKC Energy), Ema Twumasi (OKC Energy), Adonijah Reid (Ottawa), Jordan Cano (OKC Energy)
New England Notes:
OUT: Isaac Angking (Illness)
REFEREE: Hilario Grajeda.
AR1 (bench): Andrew Bigelow; AR2 (opposite): Jonathan Johnson;
4th: Mark Geiger; VAR: Caleb Mendez
FINED NEXT YELLOW CARD: none
DISABLED LIST: none
How to watch
Kickoff: 6:30 PM
Venue: Toyota Stadium
Radio – 100.7FM
Spanish Radio – 1270AM
Weather: Rain and 40 degrees
Highlights will be posted as they happen.
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