GOAL! Urruti makes it 2-0 in the 74th minute
GOAL! Diaz converts penalty 1-0!
Maurer keeping the game level!
Golden opportunities wasted for FCD
FCD had a couple big chances on breakaways that were missed by Mosquera and Barrios. Still scoreless 30 minutes in.
Lineups are in
FCD going back to the 4-4-2 again with a bit of a change in the look with Diaz and Urruti on the bench again.
Both teams are coming off opposite results from last weekend as FCD won in New England and the Union lost to Orlando.
FC Dallas notes:
All-time vs Philly at home. FC Dallas is 5-1-4 all-time vs. Philadelphia Union in MLS regular season matches and 4-0-1 all-time vs. Philadelphia in MLS regular season matches at Toyota Stadium.
Key player. Jacori Hayes - We haven’t touched on Hayes much in our game previews but the second-year midfielder has been lights out so far this season for FC Dallas. You wonder, if he continues to have these types of games like we’ve seen over the last two weeks, will a national team call up be in his future?
OUT: Brandon Servania (Compartment Syndrome surgery), Jesus Ferreira (Core Muscle Repair surgery); Paxton Pomykal (knee), Maynor Figueroa (knee)
QUESTIONABLE: Kellyn Acosta (sports hernia), Jesse Gonzalez (knee)
LOAN: Anibal Chala (L.D.U. Quinto), Francis Atuahene (OKC Energy), Ema Twumasi (OKC Energy), Adonijah Reid (Ottawa), Jordan Cano (OKC Energy)
OUT: Fabinho (Right knee meniscectomy recovery), Richie Marquez (Sports hernia surgery recovery)
Goals given up. Philadelphia has allowed 66% of its goals (4 of 6) in the final 15 minutes of halves this season, while FC Dallas has scored 57% of its goals (4 of 7) in the final 15 minutes of halves this season.
REFEREE: Alan Kelly.
AR1 (bench): C.J. Morgante; AR2 (opposite): Jeremy Hanson;
4th: Alejandro Mariscal; VAR: Luis Guardia
FINED NEXT YELLOW CARD: none
DISABLED LIST: none
How to watch
Kickoff: 7:00 PM
Venue: Toyota Stadium
Radio – 100.7FM
Spanish Radio – 1270AM
Weather: Rain and 48 degrees
Highlights will be posted as they happen.
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