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Friday Afternoon Injury Report and Other Miscellenea

With a little more than 24 hours to go before the Houston Dynamo's crucial second leg against Sporting Kansas City, find out who's out, who's in, and more.

Bob Levey

One more day. That's all we have to wait for the return of the Houston Dynamo and the MLS Playoffs. Once again, the Dynamo find themselves in a must-win road match, this time against Sporting Kansas City in the second leg of the Eastern Conference finals.

Two weeks ago, in the first leg, the Dynamo ground out a scoreless draw, despite losing both Will Bruin and Ricardo Clark to first half injuries. The question has been whether or not they'll be able to play come tomorrow, and for that, we'll turn to the injury report, released earlier today:

Dynamo:

OUTJermaine Taylor Left foot fracture

QUESTIONABLE: Will Bruin – Left foot sprain; Ricardo Clark – Left knee sprain

Both are listed as questionable for tomorrow - logical, considering neither has been able to train since their injuries. Both undoubtedly want to play, so it will be interesting to see who gets the nod, and what the starting XI looks like.

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International duty didn't seem to leave much of a mark on Boniek Garcia, so it's fairly certain that he'll be in the starting XI tomorrow.

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As it was for the second leg against New York, the official Houston Dynamo watch party will be at Diablo Loco Sports Bar, at 6025 Richmond Avenue (near the corner of Richmond and Fountain View). Kickoff time is 6:30 tomorrow, so get there a little bit early to grab a seat and some refreshments.