Minnesota United wrapped up their Canadian road trip last week with a win over Montreal Impact and they host FC Dallas in their penultimate home match of their inaugural campaign.
Dallas sits one spot ahead of Minnesota in the Western Conference standings, sitting at 8th place. They have 38 points through 28 matches. Dallas has a chance to leap into 5th place, as they are tied with Real Salt Lake and Houston Dynamo in points (first tiebreaker is number of wins). The Loons sit in 9th place, though they trail Dallas by 9 points, with 29 through 28 matches. Dallas is winless through their last 5 matches with 3 draws and 2 losses, while MNUFC is 2-2-1.
The Loons Starting XI:
#MINvFCD | #MNUFC pic.twitter.com/oX9eRp8KA7— Minnesota United FC (@MNUFC) September 23, 2017
Dallas’s starting XI:
STARTING XI: It’s back to the 4-4-2 as the team looks to get the offense firing once again. #MINvFCD Lineup Notes: https://t.co/MeR3TjRWA5 pic.twitter.com/p2IYqkxjyG— FC Dallas (@FCDallas) September 23, 2017
You can catch the match on Fox9+, MLSLive or ESPN1500.
Follow along with us!