clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

FC Dallas vs Minnesota United: Game Thread

Here is your match thread for tonight’s game.

MLS: Minnesota United FC at FC Dallas Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports



Aranguiz making things happen, still 0-0 22 minutes in

Kickoff now set for 9:40 pm

Kickoff delayed due to weather

So much good about this lineup

The weekend is here as FC Dallas is back at home to host Minnesota United.

Both teams are coming in looking for points as the playoff push begins. Minnesota has one win on the road all season while FC Dallas just suffered their first home loss of the year two weeks ago to San Jose.

FC Dallas notes:

Last time against Minnesota. The two sides not long ago as FC Dallas trotted out six Homegrown players in the match that saw them pick up a 1-0 win at Minnesota.

Pareja in August. Pareja has a 6-10-3 record (.395 winning percentage) for the month of August. Let’s hope he is able to get some things changed to improve that this weekend.

First to score. FCD has scored first in all of its wins this season. Maxi Urruti ranks fourth in MLS in shots with 83 (3.77 per game). Dallas has a winning percentage of .900 (12-0-3) when scoring first – tied for the second-best mark in MLS with Vancouver (8-0-2). Seattle ranks first with a .938 winning percentage.

Key player. Matt Hedges - It will be important to keep an eye on Darwin Quintero if he plays in this one and Hedges is the right guy for that job. Keep Quintero off the board and FCD will have a good shot at three points in this one.

Injury Report

OUT: Kris Reaves (foot fracture), Francis Atuahene (calf strain)

QUESTIONABLE: Santiago Mosquera (left hamstring strain)

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

SUSPENDED: Reto Ziegler

Minnesota Notes:

International duty: none

Suspended: D - Francisco Calvo, M - Collen Warner

Injury Report:

OUT: Sam Cronin (cervicogenic dysfunction), Kevin Molino (torn left ACL), Ethan Finlay (torn ACL),Maximiano (right knee injury);
QUESTIONABLE: Darwin Quintero (lower leg)

Referee: Ismail Elfath
Assistant Referees: Matthew Nelson, Jeff Hosking
4th Official: Chico Grajeda
VAR: Kevin Terry Jr

How to watch

Kickoff: 7:00 PM
Venue: Toyota Stadium
TV: TXA-21 (tape delay)
Online: ESPN+
Radio – 100.7FM
Spanish Radio – 1270AM
Weather: Sunny and 94 degrees

Highlights will be posted as they happen.

Watch with us.