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01 December 4:49 pm

All stats are courtesy of Opta Sports

First Half Stats

LA Galaxy   Houston Dynamo
4 Attempts on Goal 7
0 Shots on Target 3
4 Shots off Target 1
0 Blocked Shots 3
0 Corner Kicks 4
5 Fouls 4
7 Open Play Crosses 11
2 Offsides 1
0 First Yellow Cards 0
0 Second Yellow Cards 0
0 Red Cards 0
28 Duels Won 26
51% Duels Won % 48%
198 Total Pass 213
77% Passing Accuracy % 81%
47.4% Possession 52.6%

 

01 December 3:13 pm

With less than an hour before kickoff, lineups have been released for both the Dynamo and the Galaxy. Heading into the match, the only question mark for the Dynamo was the health of forward Calen Carr. Although he was not listed on Friday's injury report, it was not known if he was fit to go a full 90 or if Kinnear would use the energetic Macoumba Kandji to start the match. That question was answered with the release of today's lineup.

GK: Tally Hall
RB: Kofi Sarkodie
CB: Bobby Boswell
CB: Jermaine Taylor
LB: Corey Ashe
RM: Boniek Garcia
CM: Adam Moffat
CM: Ricardo Clark
LM: Brad Davis (C)
FW: Will Bruin
FW: Calen Carr

With Carr back in the lineup, Kinnear has chosen to go back to the 4-4-2 formation that has worked so well for him throughout his coaching career. Here are the Dynamo's available subs:

GK: Tyler Deric
DF: Andre Hainault
MF: Giles Barnes
MF: Luiz Camargo
FW: Mac Kandji
FW: Cam Weaver
FW: Brian Ching

Today's Galaxy starting lineup is:

Josh Saunders; Sean Franklin, Omar Gonzalez, Tommy Meyer, Todd Dunivant; Christian Wilhelmsson, David Beckham, Juninho, Mike Magee; Landon Donovan, Robbie Keane.

Their available subs are:

Brian Perk, Marcelo Sarvas, Michael Stephens, AJ DeLaGarza, Edson Buddle, Pat Noonan, Bryan Gaul

Broadcast Info

Today's match can be seen nationally on ESPN and TeleFutura. It can also be heard locally on KPRC 950 with an extended postgame call-in show to follow.

Be sure to follow @DynamoMatchday for in-game updates as well as @HoustonDynamo for behind-the-scenes content.

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26 November 11:25 pm

There is a lot to look forward to this weekend, with the Dynamo participating in their fourth MLS Cup in seven seasons. As a result, we are happy to share full broadcast details for this weekend.

Matt Pedersen and Glenn Davis will kick things off with Dynamo All-Access Friday night live from LA. The show will air on SportsTalk 790 at 7-9 p.m. CT. Matt and Glenn will break down Saturday's match as well as interview players and coaches about the match-up.

Matt and Glenn will be back on the airwaves on Saturday with a pregame show at 3 p.m. CT on KPRC 950. Following the match, Matt and Glenn will host a post-game call-in show untl 8 p.m. CT.

If you are unable to make the trip to The Home Depot Center, you can also watch the Dynamo battle the Galaxy on ESPN (English) and TeleFutura (Spanish). The broadcast on each network will start at 3:30 pm CT.

Stay tuned for more details surrounding the broadcast of this weekend's match.