New England Revolution
Everything was awesome this weekend at BBVA Compass Stadium as the Dynamo beat New England 4-0 on Opening Night. Relive the festivities with Dynamo Rewind!
The New England Revolution and Houston Dynamo face off in a crucial match in the postseason futures for both teams when they meet Saturday evening at Gillette Stadium. Both teams come into the game holding spots in the top five in the division, the Dynamo in fourth place, three points ahead of the Revolution. The Dynamo have won back-to-back games, following their dominant 5-1 home win against Chivas USA last weekend; the Revolution snapped a two-game losing streak last weekend in a 2-1 home win vs. D.C. United.
Dynamo: Hall; Sarkodie, Boswell, Taylor, Ashe; Garcia, Creavalle, Clark, Davis ©; Bruin, Barnes
Subs: Deric, Chabala, Weaver, Johnson, López, Carrasco, Cummings
New England Revolution: Reis; Tierney, Goncalves (c), Soares, Farrell; Caldwell; Fagundez, Nguyen, Rowe, Sene; Imbongo
Subs: Shuttleworth, McCarthy, Barnes, Barrett, Dorman, Davies, Agudelo
Eddie Robinson and Dynamo TV tell you what to watch for in Saturday's Eastern Conference matchup against the New England Revolution. Kickoff is at 6:30 pm CT, watch on CSN Plus.
The Houston Dynamo and Chicago Fire meet in a key contest in the Eastern Conference when the clubs clash for the second time this season, Saturday evening at BBVA Compass Stadium. The Dynamo return to action still holding onto fifth place in the East, following their 2-1 win at New England two weeks ago. The Fire are currently five points out of a playoff spot, continuing their move up the table last weekend with a 4-1 home win against D.C. United.
Dynamo: Hall; Sarkodie, Boswell, Taylor, Ashe; Boniek, Moffat, Clark, Driver; Barnes, Weaver
Subs: Deric, Johnson, Brunner, Davis, Creavalle, Dixon, Chabala
Chicago Fire: Tornaghi; Anibaba, Berry, Soumare, Segares; Nyarko, Larentowicz, Alex, Lindpere; Rolfe, Magee
Subs: Kann, Jumper, Videira, Paladini, Pause, Amarikwa, Santos
The Houston Dynamo and Stoke City FC of the English Premier League face off in the 5th Annual BBVA Compass Dynamo Charities Cup. This is the first match for Stoke City under new manager Mark Hughes, as they kick off a three-city tour of the U.S. The Dynamo are in the midst of the MLS season, fresh off of back-to-back wins over the Philadelphia Union and New England Revolution. Tonight's match marks the return of former Dynamo star Geoff Cameron, who transferred overseas last summer.
Dynamo: Deric; Creavalle, Boswell, Brunner, Chabala; Driver, Moffat, Clark, Dixon; Johnson, Weaver
Subs: Hall, Davis, Barnes, Taylor, Sarkodie, Ownby, Salazar, Boniek, Ashe
Stoke City: Begovic; Cameron, Shawcross, Huth, Pieters; Kightly, N'Zonzi, Adam; Walters, Crouch, Jerome
Subs: Butland, Shotton, Wilkinson, Muniesa, Whelan, Wilson, Palacios, Etherington, Cuvelier, Jones, Keane