MLS Regular Season

21 August 9:47 am

Brad Davis, Tally Hall, Ricardo Clark and Dominic Kinnear look ahead to Saturday's matchup against the Columbus Crew.

Recent string of performances have Houston Dynamo eager to carry momentum up the standings

Dynamo's form has them believing they can close the three-point gap between them and playoffs
Making a run
Playoff push


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Anthony Vasser/Houston Dynamo

After two wins in three games firmly restored the Dynamo to the playoff conversation, the players are looking at the standings and seeing a big opportunity.

Houston Dynamo know fixing road woes is key to another late-season playoff push

“Playoff teams win road games" say the Dynamo as they seek to balance their away record
Road work
Road work


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Wilf Thorne/Houston Dynamo

In MLS, teams are often separated by their ability to scratch out points on the road. For Houston Dynamo, that's currently a big concern.

Houston’s road record (1-9-1), including losing their last six away from home, is second-worst in the league, while their goal differential (-19) is dead last. Come Saturday at the Columbus Crew (8 p.m. CT; CSN Plus/Telemundo), they'll have a chance to start putting things right.

18 August 2:13 pm

Go behind the scenes of Friday's 2-0 win over the Union with TunnelVision from Dynamo TV.

That time of year? Houston Dynamo starting to make late push for playoff spot again

Confidence combining with results has the Dynamo inching towards another late-season push
Rolling along
Playoff push


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Wilf Thorne/Houston Dynamo

There’s a different feel around the Houston Dynamo these days. A team that a month ago was looking for answers has suddenly sprung to life.

Houston Dynamo stick with their plan vs. Philadelphia in grabbing key win at home

Patience pays off in the second half as Dynamo grab winning goal after controlling first half
Stick to the plan
The Plan

After a first half of seeing 60 percent of the possession but no goals, the Houston Dynamo were frustrated. Seeing good play on the field, head coach Dominic Kinnear preached patience. And after the final whistle blew, the plan paid off and the result was theirs.

Match Recap: Houston Dynamo 2, Philadelphia Union 0

Bruin's 9th goal and a late own goal lead the team to their second straight shutout at home
Recap: Dynamo 2, Union 0
Match Recap

Will Bruin’s picking up his game and the Houston Dynamo benefitted from it Friday night.

The club’s leading scorer tallied in the 51st minute to spark a 2-0 win over the fifth place Philadelphia Union at BBVA Compass Stadium.

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