Reto picks up another red
Ruidiaz absolutely initiated the contact.— Big D Soccer (@BigDSoccer) August 13, 2018
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Seattle regains the lead
Seattle takes the lead
Badji makes his first start for FCD
Seattle is red-hot right now, with four straight wins and seven games unbeaten, the Sounders look to continue that as they host Dallas.
FC Dallas notes:
Last time against Seattle. The two sides met back in March when FC Dallas picked up a nice 3-0 win on a day that saw Clint Dempsey get sent off for elbowing Jacori Hayes in the groin.
Good hands. Since taking over as Dallas’ starting goalkeeper on May 25, Jesse Gonzalez has six games with 5+ saves, the most of any MLS ‘keeper in that time.
Oscar eyes 100. Oscar Pareja is eyeing his 100th MLS regular season victory and 75th with FC Dallas. A win over Seattle would make Pareja the ninth coach to reach the century mark and would be the third fastest to reach 100victories. Only Bruce Arena (188) and Bob Bradley (199) have hit 100 at a faster pace than what would be Pareja’s 226 games.
Key player. A
QUESTIONABLE: Santiago Mosquera (left hamstring strain), Reggie Cannon (hamstring)
LOAN: Anibal Chala (L.D.U. Quinto), Adonijah Reid (Ottawa)
International duty: none
OUT: F - Jordan Morris (torn ACL);
QUESTIONABLE: M - Handwalla Bwana (right midfoot sprain), M - Victor Rodriguez (right hamstring strain)
Seattle at home vs Dallas. The Sounders have won eight of the 10 league meetings with Dallas at CenturyLink Field, which includes seven consecutive wins. They have allowed just one goal in their last five home meetings.
Referee: Ted Unkel
Assistant Referees: Kyle Atkins, Jose Da Silva
4th Official: Jon Freemon
VAR: Edvin Jurisevic
How to watch
Kickoff: 9:00 PM
Venue: CenturyLink Field
Online: Fox Sports 2 Go
Radio – 100.7FM
Spanish Radio – 1270AM
Weather: Sunny and 71 degrees
Highlights will be posted as they happen.
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