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How to Watch Houston Dynamo vs. LAFC: Lineups, game thread, live updates

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Full time: Houston Dynamo 2, LAFC 2. The Dynamo score two in stoppag time to earn a draw. Damn, what a bummer.

71st minute: GOAL LAFC! Mark-Anthony Kaye gets rewarded for his attacking drive on the night with a counterattacking goal.

5th minute: GOOOOOOOL LAFC! Latif Blessing with a beautiful run and finish in the box. Great start.

1st minute: And we’re off! Just a delay for more than 90 minutes.

Pregame: Weather delay! No end in site. This game might end up getting pushed to tomorrow or another date, we’ll keep you posted.


LAFC are rather surprisingly sticking with most of the lineup from Saturday’s win, with Aaron Kovar stepping in for the injured Eduard Atuesta:

The Dynamo are starting a very attacking lineup, with no pure holding midfielder. Or put another way, they’re going toe-to-toe with LAFC:

Quick turnaround for Los Angeles Football Club, as they are in steamy Texas for a rare Tuesday night match, against new opponent Houston Dynamo.

The Dynamo have been good at home this season, but have had a bad habit of dropping points a lot this year. They have a speedy team with dynamic attackers, and they’ve got over a week of rest since their last game.

LAFC, meanwhile, last played on Saturday, so this is a blazing-fast turnaround to the next game. One expects Bob Bradley to rotate some with his lineup, especially with another game this coming Saturday.

Eric Alexander is suspended for the Dynamo, and Juan David Cabezas and Andrew Wenger are among those out injured for this one for the home team. No suspensions for LAFC, and Omar Gaber and Eduard Atuesta are both out injured, joining goalkeepers Luis Lopez and Quillan Roberts.

Follow along with us for coverage of this game.

How to Watch Houston Dynamo vs. LAFC:

The match broadcast is scheduled start at 6 pm PT. Kickoff will come around 6:07 pm. You can watch the game on on YouTube TV and UniMás 46 in the Los Angeles blackout zone, and on ESPN+ in the rest of the United States.

Pre-match reading materials:

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