Houston Methodist Injury Report - September 13

Trio of Dynamo players remain listed as out for Saturday's match vs. the Union

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Three players injured on the road trip to Chicago and Columbus remain listed as out for this weekend against Philadelphia in this week's injury report, presented by Houston Methodist.

Corey Ashe, Andrew Driver and Eric Brunner will all be forced out of another match this weekend while they recover for the late-season stretch. Ashe and Driver, who are suffering from a strained hamstring and calf, respectively, will miss their second match in a row after pulling up in the Columbus match on Sept. 4. Brunner sprained his ankle from a challenge against the Chicago Fire on Sept. 1.

Joining the trio as questionable for Saturday's match are Tyler Deric and Calen Carr. Forward Omar Cummings has made his way off the injury report after dealing with an MCL sprain.

The Dynamo also regain the services of Brad Davis and Jermaine Taylor after the pair represented their countries in World Cup qualifying. Boniek García has also returned to the team, but is suspended for the Philadelphia match.

Chris Konopka is the only Union player on the Philadelphia injury report, he's questionable with a left knee sprain.

Injury Report Presented by Houston Methodist (As of Friday, Sept. 13)

Houston Dynamo:

OUT: Corey Ashe – Left hamstring strain; Eric Brunner – Right ankle sprain; Andrew Driver – Right calf strain

QUESTIONABLE: Calen Carr – Left knee; Tyler Deric – Right thumb fracture

Philadelphia Union:

None.