Robertson Stadium - Houston, TX - 6:00pm CT
KHOU 11.2 (ENG TV)
FOX Sports Houston (ENG TV)
SportsTalk 790 (ENG Radio)
La Ranchera 850 (SPN Radio)
San Jacinto Post-Game Call-In Show with Glenn Davis - SportsTalk 790, 8:15 p.m.
ALL-TIME SERIES: New England leads 6-2-5 (19 GF, 13 GA), including MLS Cup Playoffs and SuperLiga
ALL-TIME AT HOUSTON (5 meetings): Dynamo 0 wins, 2 goals ... Revolution 4 wins, 7 goals ... Ties 1
RETURN MATCH: 8/17: New England Revolution vs. Houston Dynamo, 7 p.m. CT
8/14: NE 1, HOU 0 (Stolica 62)
10/10: HOU 1, NE 2 (Oduro 59 - Joseph 43; Dube 73)
Coaches regular season record: Dominic Kinnear v NE: P15 W4 L6 D5 ... Steve Nicol vs. HOU: P10 W6 L1 D3
The Dynamo take to the field at Robertson Stadium looking to win back-to-back matches for the first time in 2011. It took the entire season last year to accomplish this feet, so putting together the victories this early in the season would be another good sign of the positive progression the Dynamo are making.
It's been a busy week with the signings of Je-Vaughn Watson and Sergio Koke, but neither will be available for this match as they await their international transfer certificates. Except to see a fairly similar lineup to last week as Ching and Taylor remain out with injuries.
Dynamo Starting XI
Dynamo Bench: Deric, Robinson, Clark, Sarkodie, Garey, Chabala, Dixon
Revolution Starting XI:
Reis, Alston, Soares, Barnes, Tierney, Coria, Perovic, McCarthy, Boggs, Schilawski, Lekic
Join us and discuss the match!