Final Dynamo 2, Earthquakes 2
85’ Goal San Jose scores, 2-2
76’ Boniek on, Quioto off
63’ GOAL Houston! Manotas gives the Dynamo the lead.
48’ Goal Houston. Tomas Martinez makes it 1-1
Halftime. Dynamo 0, Earthquakes 1
26’ Goal San Jose. Eriksson scores to put the Earthquakes up 1-0.
20’ Both sides have had time with the ball but neither has been able to do much thus far.
Kickoff! Things are underway in San Jose.
Houston Dynamo vs San Jose Earthquakes
The Dynamo are on the road against the Earthquakes after their game last weekend was rescheduled. In their last game the Dynamo lost 2-0 to the New England Revolution at their home field. San Jose is coming off of a 1-1 draw last weekend against the Philadelphia Union.
Avaya Stadium in San Jose, California
Saturday, April 14 at 9:30 pm CT
How to watch
KUBE Ch. 57
CBS SportsRadio 650 AM
Univision Radio KLAT 1010 AM
The 4-4-3 is the lineup that fans want to see against San Jose. While the other keeps gained some votes it is still Chris Seitz as the main to start in goal. With such a small roster this week the votes were pretty spread out. This lead to a major tie between Eric Alexander, Kevin Garcia, Romell Quioto and Jared Watts for a starting spot, but there were only two spots left for the four players.
Darwin Cerén (CM/CDM) 75%
Alberth Elis (RW/FW) 75%
Oscar Boniek García (CM/RM/LM/RB) 75%
Leonardo (CB) 75%
Adolfo Machado (CB/RB) 100%
Mauro Manotas (CF/FW) 75%
Tomás Martínez (CM/CAM) 75%
Andrew Wenger (FW/LW/RW/LB) 100%
Tonight's starting XI: Seitz; Machado, Fuenmayor, Leonardo ©, Wenger; Cerén, Martínez, Alexander; Elis, Manotas, Quioto#SJvHOU pic.twitter.com/1283B0KNNg— Houston Dynamo (@HoustonDynamo) April 15, 2018
How we'll line up tonight against the @HoustonDynamo. ⚫️ #WeAreSanJose | #SJvHOU pic.twitter.com/9le7u4dCZN— San Jose Earthquakes (@SJEarthquakes) April 15, 2018