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Match day info: FC Dallas at Philadelphia Union

FC Dallas (12-6-6, 2nd West, 42 PTS)

at

Philadelphia Union (8-5-9, 2nd East, 33 PTS)

7:00 PM CT

PPL Park

TV: FSSW

REFEREE: Geoff Gamble.

MLS Career: 6 games; FC/gm: 21.5; Y/gm: 3.2; R: 1; pens: 4

SAR (bench): Daniel Belleau;

JAR (opposite): Eric Proctor;

4th: Drew Fischer

INJURY REPORT:

PHILADELPHIA UNION –

QUESTIONABLE: MF Kyle Nakazawa (illness); FW Levi Houapeu (L ankle strain);

PROBABLE: DF Sheanon Williams (lower leg contusion) …

FC DALLAS –

OUT: DF Edson Edward (R knee ACL tear); MF David Ferreira (R ankle); FW Maykel Galindo (R hamstring strain);

QUESTIONABLE: MF Andrew Jacobson (L knee); DF Jackson (R ankle); DF Ugo Ihemelu (concussion)

INTERNATIONAL ABSENCES: DAL: Fabian Castillo (Colombia U-20)

SUSPENDED: none

WARNINGS:

SUSPENDED NEXT YELLOW CARD:

PHI: Brian Carroll, Carlos Valdes, Sheanon Williams

DAL: Daniel Hernandez, Andrew Jacobson

SUSPENDED AFTER TWO YELLOW CARDS:

PHI: Danny Califf, Danny Mwanga

DAL: Marvin Chavez, Ugo Ihemelu, George John, Zach Loyd, Brek Shea

HEAD-TO-HEAD

ALL-TIME (3 meetings):

Union 0 wins, 2 goals

FC Dallas 2 wins, 6 goals

Ties 1

AT PHILADELPHIA (1 meeting):

Union 0 wins, 1 goal

FC Dallas 0 wins, 1 goal

Ties 1

- Brek Shea and Fabian Castillo scored as FC Dallas claimed a 2-0 victory when the clubs first met this season, May 14 at Pizza Hut Park.

- After the teams played to a draw in their first-ever meeting last year in Philadelphia, FC Dallas came away 3-1 winners in the second, Aug. 8 at Pizza Hut Park.

Coaches record:

Schellas Hyndman v PHI: P3 W2 L0 D1

Peter Nowak vs. DAL: P10 W3 L4 D3

LAST MEETING (MLS):

5/14: DAL 2, PHI 0 (Shea 29; Castillo 43)

- FC Dallas opened the scoring in the 29th minute. After skipping past Union defender Jordan Harvey, Fabian Castillo sent a rolling cross to a waiting Brek Shea, who tapped in from almost on the goal line.

- The lead was doubled two minutes before the break. Jackson darted down the right flank and floated in a cross to Castillo between defenders, and he flicked his header past Mondragón.