MLS Regular Season
Dynamo broadcast Glenn Davis is back on the air tonight with a new episode of Dynamo All-Access. The show will air on Yahoo! Sports Radio 1560 AM from 7-9 p.m.
Guests for the show include Dynamo head coach Dominic Kinnear and Davis' partner in the TV booth Eddie Robinson. Davis will also chat with Chicago Fire midfielder Chris Rolfe and ESPN broadcaster Taylor Twellman.
The call-in number for the show is 713-439-1560.
Tune in to ESPN 97.5 FM tonight for a new episode of Soccer Matters with Glenn Davis. The Dynamo broadcaster has a full lineup of guests including Dynamo midfielder Ricardo Clark and forward Brian Ching as well as Chicago Fire defender Arne Friedrich.
Tonight's episode airs from 7-9 p.m. and can be heard on the radio on 97.5 FM or online at www.espn975.com.
Davis will be talking Dynamo soccer and will dissect this week's UEFA Champions League and CONCACAF Champions League matches.
The call-in number for the show is 713-780-3776.
Dynamo broadcaster Eddie Robinson and CSN Houston's Sebastian Salazar look ahead to Saturday night's match between the Dynamo and Portland Timbers at JELD-WEN Field. The match will kick off on CSN Houston at 9:30 p.m. CT and can also be viewe online as the MLS Stream of the Week.
Looking for analysis from yesterday's Champions League matches or this weekend's Dynamo match vs. Portland? Tune in to Dynamo All-Access tonight from 7-9 pm on 1560 AM.
Glenn Davis will preview this weekend's Dynamo match, offering his analysis on the early season starts for both the Dynamo and Timbers.
Guests for the show include Dynamo head coach Dominic Kinnear and defenders Bobby Boswell and Jermaine Taylor. In addition, Glenn will chat with NASL commissioner Bill Peterson and Portland Timbers broadcaster Robbie Earle.
The call-in number for the show is 713-780-3776.
Good news for Dynamo fans looking to watch Saturday night's match against the Portland Timbers. The folks at MLS have chosen the Houston-Portland match to be this week's MLSsoccer.com Stream of the Week.
This means that if you do not get CSN Houston (the channel broadcasting the match) as long as you have an MLSsoccer.com account (Click here to register FREE account) you will be able to watch the match online.
There are a few restrictions, however, with the free stream. Because Adobe Flash Player is required to watch the stream, the match will ONLY be available on your computer and not on a mobile device. So that means you cannot watch this stream on your iPad, iPhone, Android, Roku, etc.
However, if you pay for an MLS Live subscription, the local blackout restrictions will be lifted and you can watch the match on your mobile device through the MLS Matchday App.
So long story short, there are numerous ways for you to catch your men in orange this weekend against the Portland Timbers.
1. If you have CSN Houston, catch Glenn Davis and Eddie Robinson on the call beginning at 9:30 p.m. CT.
2. If you want to watch the match with fellow Dynamos fans, come to our official viewing party at Firkin & Phoenix.
3. If you want to watch the match in the comfort of your home and don't get CSN Houston, check out the MLSsoccer.com free stream (not available on mobile devices).
4. If you pay for MLS Live and want to watch the match on your mobile device (phone, tablet, roku, etc.) you can watch the match on MLS Live through the MLS Matchday App.
After Houston’s 2-0 home victory over San Jose last weekend, the Dynamo tied the MLS record with 34 consecutive home games unbeaten in all competitions. With the new record in their sights, the Dynamo got some love in this week's power rankings from MLSsoccer.com and Bleacher Report’s Joe Tansey. Both sites had the Dynamo in their top spot after the fifth week of the MLS season.
MLSsoccer.com had this to say about Houston:
Got to give it up for the Dynamo: They've weathered preseason injuries, a disappointing CCL elimination, some set-piece worries (we're not 100 percent convinced those are gone) and international call-ups all before the calendar even turned to April. And with all that, they're 3-1-0 – and heating up.
But not everybody agrees that Houston’s current form deserves the top spot in the power rankings. Both ESPN.com's Jeff Carlisle and Yahoo Sport’s Zac Wassink placed Houston in the fifth spot in their respective rankings. According to Wassink:
Houston's next three games include trips to Portland and Toronto surrounding a home match against lowly Chicago. The Dynamo could be atop MLS power rankings by the end of April.
Meanwhile, Sports Illustrated’s Avi Creditor did not move the Dynamo after their home victory, keeping them at the No.3 spot, but did emphasize Houston’s attacking force:
The manner in which the Dynamo scored in a 2-0 win over the San Jose Earthquakes was a testament to their attacking quality. On one side, Oscar Boniek Garcia used a tremendous individual effort to get by All-Star defender Justin Morrow and send an accurate cross for Will Bruin. On the other, Brad Davis put in his trademark pinpoint service for Giles Barnes. This dynamic team can come at opponents from myriad ways and angles.
Houston will look to win their first road game of the year when they travel to JELD-WEN Field this weekend to take on the Portland Timbers.
Go behind-the-scenes at the Dynamo's March 30 match vs. the San Jose Earthquakes with our latest episode of Tunnel Vision.
Eddie Robinson offers five key story lines to watch for ahead of this weekend's match vs. the Portland Timbers.