MLS Regular Season
Crew Stadium is a tricky venue for visiting teams but Eric Brunner should feel right at home when the Dynamo face the Columbus Crew on Saturday night.
Houston Dynamo at Columbus Crew
Saturday, June 1, 6:30 p.m. CT
Columbus Crew Stadium
The makeshift defensive line that held Sporting Kansas City to a single goal in last week's draw may be faced with the same task in Columbus against the Crew on Saturday (6:30 p.m. CT, CSN Plus). Five Dynamo players are listed on this week's injury report, presented by The Methodist Center for Sports Medicine.
Some players have a knack for adapting wherever they are on the field. With a dearth of center back options facing the Houston Dynamo heading into a crucial match with Sporting Kansas City, it was no surprise that Ricardo Clark was that player.
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 Dynamo players Andrew Driver and Giles Barnes. Davis will also chat with former Dynamo forward and current member of the Columbus Crew Dominic Oduro, Columbus legend Frankie Hejduk and Crew play-by-play man Dwight Burgess. Tune in for your chance to win tickets to Mexico vs. Nigeria at Reliant Stadium on Friday.
Get ready for this Saturday's match vs. the Columbus Crew with Dynamo TV's latest feature.
Dynamo striker Will Bruin has been nominated to be one of MLSsoccer.com's Top 3 performers for the month of May after scoring two goals and setting up three others for his teammates.
You can vote for Bruin to the right, or by clicking here!
There are times each season when a team's mettle is tested. The Dynamo already went through it once this season when they played three games in eight days in three cities. Although the stretch ended with a home loss to Sporting Kansas City, the Dynamo came away with a more than respectable six out of possible nine points.
Now, the Dynamo are faced with another difficult task that began on Sunday and will continue tomorrow.
If ever there was a positive draw for the Houston Dynamo, this was it.
After back-to-back losses that saw a record home unbeaten streak crumble the Dynamo were simply looking to get back on track, and they got just that Sunday at Sporting Park with a 1-1 draw against Sporting Kansas City.