MLS Regular Season
Kandji puts the Dynamo ahead in the 5th minute
Houston Dynamo vs. Philadelphia Union
Saturday, October 20, 6:30 p.m. CT
BBVA Compass Stadium
Union lead 3-1-2
NBC Sports Network - 6:30 p.m. (DirecTV: 603; Dish Network: 151; AT&T U-Verse: SD= 640 HD=1610; Comcast: SD= 49 HD=649)
Five months ago, the word around the Houston Dynamo locker room was birth, as midfielders Colin Clark and Adam Moffat prepared for the births of their son and daughter, respectively. Nowadays, the word around the locker room is berth, as the Houston Dynamo head into the next week looking to clinch berths in the playoffs and CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinals.
So it comes down to this: Two weeks, 19 matches, four unclaimed playoffs spots, six clubs.
Here's how it all works out:
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In a season of two formations, where are the Dynamo better?
Through 32 of 34 games, the Houston Dynamo’s season can be lumped pretty easily into two sections: 17 games lined up in a 4-4-2 formation, and 15 played in a 4-4-3. The fairly even sample sizes allows us to compare the Dynamo’s performances in the two systems as well as analyze the styles in each, and how they may be used in the final two games and potentially the MLS playoffs.
For our Spanish-speaking fans, Calen Carr talk about the passion and enthusiasm of Houston Dynamo fans in the latest El Movimiento video, presented by Degree for Men.
Weaver uses Reserve League to good effect
Tickets still available for CONCACAF Champions League match vs. CD Olimpia on October 23
Dynamo, Union sold out
The Houston Dynamo announced today that Saturday’s match against the Philadelphia Union, presented by The Home Depot, is sold out. The game, which will begin at 6:30 p.m. at BBVA Compass Stadium, will be broadcast nationally on NBC Sports Network. The first 5,000 fans through the gates will receive a mystery gift card, courtesy of The Home Depot.