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Big D Daily: News for Friday, April 20, 2018

FC Dallas welcomes in the Union this weekend for another home match to start the season.

MLS: FC Dallas at Philadelphia Union Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

The weekend is finally here as we get another home match tomorrow night.

// FC Dallas //

FC Dallas vs Philadelphia Union: Three questions to preview Saturday’s match - Big D Soccer
Philly has yet to win a league game in Frisco but they're also a young team at the moment trying to figure things out too.

What lineup will work best for FC Dallas against Philadelphia? - Big D Soccer
Does Oscar Pareja return to a 4-2-3-1 or stick it out with the 4-4-2 again? Plenty of decisions to be made for tomorrow night.

WATCH: Long-Time FC Dallas Fan with Terminal Illness Gets Opportunity of a Lifetime | FC Dallas
If you need a slight pick-me-up to start the day, this is a good story to watch.

Philadelphia Union have back line questions ahead of FC Dallas match - Brotherly Game
The young Union defense has been banged up as of late.

// MLS //

Warshaw: Fagundez might actually be the best No. 10 in New England | MLSsoccer.com
It is interesting watching the debate between Fagundez and Nguyen. Just based on the numbers, the young kid is certainly making his case.

Boehm: Saturday's visit to Red Bulls is a key litmus test for Chicago Fire | MLSsoccer.com
Chicago hasn't quite looked like their 2017 selfs so far this season (I still think they're a bit over rated). So this one is certainly going to be worth watching.

Bridgeview Stadium Gets New Name Sponsor - Hot Time In Old Town
No more confusion between our stadium and Chicago's over which Toyota one it is.

New York City FC join rare company after opening on 7-match unbeaten run | MLSsoccer.com
This is an interesting list as some of the old MLS clubs to start off hot ended up winning big things but more recently, it isn't as cracked up as it might sound.

Bruin on Sounders’ first goal: “You see how quickly things can change.” - Sounder At Heart
Bruin expects things to change after he scored his first goal of the year last weekend.