Boniek Garcia, Andrew Driver left off this week's injury report

Dynamo regain services of two key midfielders for Montreal match

After making a brief cameo at the finale of last Saturday's 3-1 win over the Seattle Sounders, Dynamo winger Andrew Driver has been cleared from this week's injury report, presented by Houston Methodist. Fellow midfielder Boniek García, listed as questionable last week, played the full 90 minutes against Seattle and is also missing from this week's report.

The weekly list has been a revolving door for the Dynamo this year, though, and taking Driver and Garcia's place is midfielder Ricardo Clark. Clark was forced off the field after just 39 minutes against the Sounders with an illness. He is listed as questionable for this Saturday's match against the Montreal Impact (6 p.m. CT; CSN Plus).

The only Dynamo players listed as out for the Montreal match are forward Omar Cummings (left MCL sprain) and goalkeeper Tyler Deric (right thumb fracture).

Montreal is fairly healthy by comparison. Only two players carry injury concerns, and they will both be out for this weekend's contest. Defender Nelson Rivas is recovering from left knee surgery, and young midfielder Maximiliano Rodríguez is suffering from a foot fracture. Neither have featurred in MLS play this season.

Injury Report Presented by Houston Methodist (As of Thursday, Aug. 22)

Houston Dynamo:

OUT: Omar Cummings – Left knee MCL sprain; Tyler Deric – Right thumb fracture

QUESTIONABLE: Calen Carr – Left knee; Ricardo Clark – Illness

Montreal Impact:

OUT: Nelson Rivas – Left knee surgery; Maximilliano Rodriguez – Foot fracture