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Game thread: Houston Dynamo vs New England

The Dynamo take on New England in their last home game of the season.

Trask Smith

The Basics

Houston Dynamo vs New England

Thursday, October 7pm CT

BBVA Compass Stadium



Yahoo Sports Radio 1560 AM

SiriusXM FC (channel 94) and 850 AM (Spanish)


A match with important implications for the Eastern Conference playoff picture kicks off the week when the Houston
Dynamo play host to the New England Revolution on Thursday evening at BBVA Compass Stadium. The Dynamo saw their playoff hopes dashed last weekend in a 3-1 home loss to D.C. United. But the Revolution still have a home berth in the conference semifinals on their radar, after securing their spot in the MLS Cup Playoffs with a 2-2 draw at the Montréal Impact on Saturday afternoon.

REFEREE: Ted Unkel. AR1 (bench): Jeffrey Muschik; AR2 (opposite): Paul Scott; 4th: Marcos DeOliveira.
MLS Career: 13 games; FC/gm: 24.5; Y/gm: 3.2; R: 3; pens: 5

SUSPENDED NEXT YELLOW CARD: HOU: Ricardo Clark, Boniek Garcia ... NE: Darrius Barnes, Daigo Kobayashi,
Lee Nguyen, A.J. Soares
FINED AFTER TWO YELLOW CARDS: HOU: Will Bruin, Giles Barnes, David Horst, Kofi Sarkodie ... NE: Kelyn Rowe, Charlie Davies, Jose Goncalves, Chris Tierney, Scott Caldwell, Jermaine Jones, Scott Caldwell

Injury Report Presented by Houston Methodist (As of Tuesday, Oct. 14)


OUT: Mark Sherrod - L knee ACL; Tally Hall - R knee ACL; DaMarcus Beasley - L hamstring strain  

QUESTIONABLEWill Bruin - R mid foot sprain

New England:

OUT: Shalrie Joseph - L groin strain; Stephen McCarthy - L meniscus surgery; Luis Soffner - R ankle sprain

QUESTIONABLE: Kevin Alston - L ankle sprain; Teal Bunbury - L hamstring tightness; Chris Tierney - R ankle sprain

ALL-TIME (18 meetings): Dynamo 4 wins, 17 goals ... Revolution 8 wins, 24 goals ... Ties 6
AT HOUSTON (9 meetings): Dynamo 3 wins, 9 goals ... Revolution 5 wins, 9 goals ... Ties 1