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FC Dallas vs New York City FC: Game Thread

Here is your thread for today’s match.

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MLS: FC Dallas at New York City FC Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports


What. The. Hell.


This is rough.

Well that was short lived



FC Dallas heads to New Jersey for the lone road trip against an Eastern Conference team this season as they take on New York City FC tonight.

Last year these two sides were going to square off in the third week of the regular season but the coronavirus pandemic canceled that game and many others following it.

Both sides are coming into this game on a bit of a different path. NYCFC picked up a loss over the weekend against Supporter Shield leader New England, while FC Dallas had to come from behind to tie San Jose.

FC Dallas notes:

Key player for FC Dallas - Ricardo Pepi - Until he cools off again, the main guy for FC Dallas to go to in this one has to continue to be El Tren.

All-time against NYCFC - This will be the sixth all-time meeting between New York City FC and FC Dallas, with each team winning once at home and drawing the other three meetings. NYCFC is unbeaten in four straight (W1 D3) after Dallas won the first-ever meeting between the teams, 2-1, in September 2015.

Disciplinary Report


Availability Report

OUT: Beni Redžic (ankle sprain), Johnny Nelson (back surgery), Bressan (shoulder), Franco Jara (rib injury), Ryan Hollingshead (foot injury)

QUESTIONABLE: Jimmy Maurer (thigh)

On Loan: Thomas Roberts, Dante Sealy

International duty: none

New York City FC notes:

Tough at home - The Cityzens have won seven straight home matches, outscoring opponents 17-2 in those matches. The seven-match run equals NYCFC’s longest-ever home winning streak (7 including playoffs from November 2017 to June 2018) and is the longest home winning streak in MLS this season.

Disciplinary Report

SUSPENSION: Valentín Castellanos, Alfredo Morales

Availability Report

International duty: none

OUT: Santiago Rodriguez (undisclosed injury)

QUESTIONABLE: Heber (knee)

How to watch

Kickoff: 6:30 PM
Venue: Red Bull Arena
TV: TXA-21
Available Streaming: ESPN+, FUBO TV
Gameday Social: #FCDvSJE
Weather: 78 degrees, sunny

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