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

Can black-and-gold clinch a playoff spot here?

MLS: Houston Dynamo at Los Angeles FC Peter Casey-USA TODAY Sports


Kenneth Vermeer is back at goalkeeper for LAFC, Pablo Sisniega isn’t on the bench, either.

Houston begin with former LAFC striker Christian Ramirez on the bench.

Los Angeles Football Club will look to keep their recent run going as they host the Houston Dynamo in MLS regular season action on Wednesday.

LAFC are coming off a rousing 2-0 win over the LA Galaxy on Sunday, a big result in more way than one for the club, and now they will turn their attention to finishing the season strong and clinching a playoff spot.

In fact, LAFC could book their playoff ticket if they win this game and the Galaxy lose to the Timbers, a game also being played Wednesday. If that happens, they’re in, and they can prepare for the real business of the season.

They’re facing a Dynamo side that has the fewest wins in the Western Conference this season, just four, winning just one of their last 11 league games, and on a four-game winless run at present. It’s the first season under Tab Ramos, they recently sold their attacking star Alberth Elis to a Portuguese club, and they are in danger of their season being a lost cause. However, they remain just three points out of a playoff spot themselves, so they’ll be up for this one.

Can LAFC keep the momentum going or will they be pegged back by a feisty Houston side? Should be a fascinating match.


Our sportsbook friends are having a tech outage as of publication, but LAFC are big favorites coming into this one, as you would expect.

How to Watch:

Wednesday’s match between LAFC and the Dynamo will be televised locally on YouTube TV and Estrella TV, and streamed in the rest of the country on ESPN+. The broadcast is scheduled to start at 7:30 pm PT with kickoff to follow.

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