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05 August 11:36 am

Top of the box, off the bounce, outside of the boot, upper 90. No problem for Cam Weaver. Watch his rifled shot from every angle in the latest from Dynamo TV.

03 August 6:50 pm

The Houston Dynamo and Columbus Crew meet for a second time this season in what could be a crucial contest for both clubs when they face off Saturday evening at BBVA Compass Stadium. The Dynamo are still holding onto a tie for fifth place in the Eastern Conference and the final playoff spot, after a 1-1 home draw with the Chicago Fire last weekend. The Crew find themselves in eighth place in the division after a second successive defeat last weekend, a late 2-1 loss at Toronto FC.

Broadcast Info

TV: KPRC Local 2 (Channel listings)
Radio: 1560 AM / 850 AM

Starting Lineups

Dynamo: Hall; Sarkodie, Boswell, Taylor, Ashe; Moffat, Clark, Barnes; Davis, Boniek, Bruin
Subs: Deric, Weaver, Johnson, Creavalle, Brunner, Ching, Cummings

Columbus Crew: Lampson; Williams, O'Rourke, Marshall, Viana; Sánchez, Trapp, Anor; Higuaín ©; Oduro, Arrieta
Subs: Withrow, Barson, George, Finlay, Speas, Meram, Finley

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Play-by-play

02 August 12:00 pm

Brad Davis appeared in his 300th MLS match last Saturday against the Chicago Fire, becoming the 22nd player in league history to reach the benchmark. Take a look at Davis' career with this awesome tribute from Dynamo TV.

02 August 11:37 am

After the rave reviews of the first-ever "MLS Breakaway" whip-around show in March, it's time for an encore.

Get ready for another wild ride this Saturday night between 9-10:30 pm ET when the NBC Sports Network studio team of John Strong, Kyle Martino and Robbie Mustoe show you all the big plays as they happen from five MLS matches taking place simultaneously.

MLS will take centerstage on NBC Sports Network well before MLS Breakaway when the latest episode of MLS 36 debuts at 6 pm ET, featuring New England Revolution phenom Diego Fagundez.

That will be followed by the live broadcast of one of the weekend's marquee matchups between the top two teams in the Eastern Conference when Sporting Kansas City host the New York Red Bulls at 6:30 pm ET.

If you're an MLS fan, NBC Sports Network has you covered.

Full schedule of NBC Sports Network’s MLS coverage on Sat., August 3 (all times ET):

Program Start Time TV Channel
MLS 36: Diego Fagundez (NE) 6:00pm NBCSN
Game 1: Sporting Kansas City v New York Red Bulls 6:30pm NBCSN
Game 2*: D.C. United v Montreal Impact 7:30pm MLS Live (stream)
DC: CSN DC
MTL: TVA Sports
Game 3*: Philadelphia Union v Chicago Fire 8:00pm MLS Live (stream)
PHI: CSN Philadelphia
CHI: My50 Chicago
Game 4*: Colorado Rapids v Real Salt Lake 8:30pm MLS Live (stream)
COL: Altitude
RSL: KTVA-ABC
Game 5*: Houston Dynamo v Columbus Crew 9:00pm MLS Live (stream)
HOU: KPRC Local 2
CLB: FS Ohio
Game 6*: San Jose Earthquakes v Chivas USA 10:00pm Univision Deportes
SJ: CSN California

*MLS Breakaway from 9-10:30 pm ET