MLS Regular Season
Go behind the scenes at BBVA Compass Stadium as the Dynamo took on the Philadelphia Union during Armed Forces Appreciation Night. Check it all out with the latest edition of TunnelVision from Dynamo TV
The Houston Dynamo and Philadelphia Union meet in a key clash in the Eastern Conference on Saturday evening at BBVA Compass Stadium. The Dynamo are looking to put a stop to a seven-game winless run, dropping a 2-0 decision to the New York Red Bulls, as they aim to maintain their spot in the playoff placings. Union are four points ahead of the Dynamo in the East, following their last-gasp 2-2 draw at Real Salt Lake at midweek.
Dynamo: Hall; Creavalle, Boswell, Brunner, Taylor; Garcia, Moffat, Clark, Driver; Barnes, Cummings
Subs: Deric, Weaver, Dixon, Johnson, Ownby, Salazar, Chabala
Philadelphia Union: MacMatch; Gaddis, Parke, Williams, Okugo; Hoppenot, Fernandes, Le Toux, Carroll; Wheeler, Casey
Subs: Konopka, Anding, Torres, McLaughlin, Albright, Hernandez, Kassel
Cam Weaver, Tally Hall and Dominic Kinnear preview Saturday's match against the Philadelphia Union.
On Saturday at 8 p.m., the Dynamo take on the Philadelphia Union for Armed Forces Appreciation Night, presented by Budweiser. Get up to speed on everything to watch for with this edition of This Week.
Tickets are still available for Saturday's match, including a special ticket package for Brad and Tally's Banded Brigade, which provides tickets to members of the armed forces and their families.
CSN Houston's Sara Eckert sits down with Dynamo midfielder to discuss his off the field activities, which include stepping back onto the field to help coach his son's youth soccer team. That and more in this episode of Kickin' It, presented by BMC Software.
Tally Hall, Bill Hamid and Jon Busch battled for last week's Save of the Week award – though Luis Robles won it in the end – and they're back at it again thanks to another round of excellent stops.
They're also joined by two other top-notch contenders from the Columbus Crew's Andy Gruenebaum and veteran Real Salt Lake netminder Nick Rimando.
That's a fearsome array of saves to pick from, but if you're torn, don't worry – you've got a few days to make your pick.
Cast your vote in the poll at right. Voting runs until 11:59 pm PT on Thursday.
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