Dynam Hope To End Winless Draught In Montreal

Houston (CBS Houston) – Saturday night at Stade Saputo in Montreal the Dynamo look to end a four game winless streak.

The Dynamo’s four game winless streak started on July 8 after a 0-0 draw against Orlando City SC. In that span, which includes draws against Vancouver and San Jose, and a loss against the LA Galaxy, the Dynamo have mustered just one goal.

Entering play on Saturday the Dynamo stand in last place in the Western Conference, one point behind Seattle.

Will Bruin, Andrew Wenger and the recently traded Giles Barnes share the team lead in goal with four, while Boniek Garcia is the club’s leader in assists with five.

Alex will miss Saturday’s game due to suspension for caution accumulation. DaMarcus Beasley and Tyler Deric are both out with injuries, while Raul Rodriguez and Agus are doubtful.

Montreal is coming off a 1-1 draw at DC United last Sunday, which followed a 5-1 victory against Philadelphia.

With four points in two matches Montreal is now tied for fourth place in the Eastern Conference with Philadelphia.

Ignacio Piatti leads the Impact with 12 goals this season, which is tied for second in the MLS.

Didier Drogba is second on the club with eight goals, but is unavailable Saturday after picking up a red card in the 1-1 draw against DC United.

The Dynamo have won the last two matches against Montreal, but a road team has never won a game in the three year history of the series.

Saturday’s match begins at 6:30 p.m. with a pregame show beginning at 6 p.m. on 95.7 HD3 and the radio.com app.

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