Oh why not another...
nevermind, it’s 4-0 anyway. pic.twitter.com/elC7wxkwmr— Big D Soccer (@BigDSoccer) September 14, 2019
And yes, another...
Maybe we jinxed it, since the Montreal comeback was from down 3-0.— Big D Soccer (@BigDSoccer) September 14, 2019
Right through Jesse’s five-hole, for you hockey fans. pic.twitter.com/vlg3azZbBM
Early lead to the Fire
We're more of a Chicago P.D. kind of team if we're being honest. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯— FC Dallas (@FCDallas) September 14, 2019
How we line up for #CHIvFCD ⬇️
: https://t.co/Np9YZzF4E8 or 1270AM en Español#DTID pic.twitter.com/fqikoLYQvp
Chicago comes into Saturday’s game on a bit of a cold streak as they’re winless in two straight games and are looking up at the playoff line in the Eastern Conference standings. FC Dallas on the other hand needs to continue to pick up points as they look to stay in the playoff race in the Western Conference.
FC Dallas notes:
Last time against the Fire. The only meeting between the two sides a year ago saw FC Dallas take the Brimstone Cup back in a nice 3-1 win.
Key player for FC Dallas - Brandon Servania - With Bryan Acosta out this weekend due to a yellow card accumulation suspension, Servania will have to be the key man in the middle of the park as FC Dallas looks to slow down a pretty tough Chicago attack.
SUSPENSION: Bryan Acosta
QUESTIONABLE: Santiago Mosquera (lower body strain)
On Loan: Dante Sealy (North Texas SC), Moises Hernandez (San Antonio FC), Francis Atauhene & Ema Twumasi (Austin Bold)
QUESTIONABLE: F - CJ Sapong (ear injury)
Referee: Jair Marrufo
Assistant Referees: Jose Da Silva, Chris Elliott
4th Official: Silviu Petrescu
VAR: Jose Carlos Rivero
How to watch
Kickoff: 2:30 PM
Venue: SeatGeek Stadium
Available Streaming: Twitter
Weather: 76 degrees
Highlights will be posted as they happen.
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