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FC Dallas vs Minnesota United: Game thread

Here is your match thread for tonight’s game.

MLS: FC Dallas at Minnesota United FC Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports

Three points!

Lamah makes it 1-0

Game tied 0-0 at the half

FC Dallas goes back to the 4-3-3

FC Dallas looks to move forward from their worst defeat of the season in New York as they visit the sophomore side Minnesota United tonight.

Minnesota is coming a 3-2 loss last weekend to the Colorado Rapids.

FC Dallas notes:

Last time against Minnesota. In the first year against Minnesota, FC Dallas split the season series by winning 2-0 in the first-ever meeting in Frisco. But the follow up meeting in Minnesota went to the Loons in a 4-1 decision thanks to an early red card to Tesho Akindele.

Homegrown minutes. FC Dallas (2,865 minutes) ranks third in Homegrown minutes behind first place Real Salt Lake (4,588 minutes) and second place New York Red Bulls (3,799 minutes). Homegrown defender Reggie Cannon leads in minutes for FC Dallas (1,322 minutes), playing in every match this season.

Key player. Maxi Urruti - If FCD is going to get anything up in the attack, it will come down to Urruti being the pest that he can be on the defensive side of things.

Injury Report

OUT: Cristian Colman (high ankle sprain)

QUESTIONABLE: Santiago Mosquera (hamstring)

LOAN: Anibal Chala (L.D.U. Quinto), Adonijah Reid (Ottawa)

Minnesota Notes:

International duty: Francisco Calvo (CRC)

Suspended: Miguel Ibarra

Injury Report:
OUT: Marc Burch (L Knee), Sam Cronin (Head), Jerome Thiesson (R Leg), Abu Danladi (L Leg)


Disabled List: Kevin Molino (season-ending); Ethan Finlay (season-ending)

REFEREE: Baldomero Toledo.

AR1 (bench): Felisha Mariscal; AR2 (opposite): Gianni Facchini;

4th: Daniel Radford; VAR: Jon Freemon

How to watch

Kickoff: 7:00 PM
Venue: TCF Bank Stadium
TV: TXA-21
Online: ESPN+
Radio – 100.7FM
Spanish Radio – 1270AM
Weather: Sunny and 95 degrees

Highlights will be posted as they happen.

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