Our football match prediction:
BBVA Compas Stadium will host Saturday’s football match between Houston Dynamo and Dallas. Houston were on the verge of beating Los Angeles at Stubhub Center at the weekend, but the hosts eventually scored a late equalizer. The Dynamo have yet to record a win on the road this season, but it is well known that they are a real force to be reckoned with at home. Wilmer Cabrera’s men hammered Real Salt Lake in their last home fixture (5-1) and you should bear in mind that they are eyeing their fifth consecutive win at home. Following a 2-0 loss to Portland Timbers, Dallas played out a 1-1 draw with Vancouver Whitecaps in their last league match and, no doubt, they are eager to get back on course. Both teams are likely to go for a win in Saturday’s football match and we predict that fans are going to see a lively contest at BBVA Compas Stadium.
Highlighted Player (Romell Quioto):
Romell Quioto is a pacey winger who plays for both Houston Dynamo and the Honduras national football team. Quioto was born in Balfate (Honduras) on August 9, 1991 and he played for Union Ajax during his youth career. The Honduras striker started his senior career at Vida and it has to be noted that he scored 20 goals in 77 appearances in the league for the club. In 2012 he was sent on loan to Polish club Wisla Krakow, but he played no more than nine games for The White Star in Ekstraklasa. Romell Quioto then took a step forward in his career as he signed a contract with famous Honduras club Olimpia. After scoring 38 goals in 96 league fixtures for the capital club the 180-cm-tall attacker decided to taste MLS football. Quioto moved to Houston Dynamo in December, 2016 and he has been playing for the Major League Soccer club ever since. Speaking of his international debut, Romell Quioto received his first call-up for Honduras on February 29, 2012 for a friendly game against Ecuador.
Highlighted Team (FC Dallas):
Despite making it to the 2010 MLS Cup final, Dallas eventually failed to win the domestic trophy. The Toros (Bulls) were beaten by Colorado in the final played at BMO Field in Toronto and you should bear in mind that the Rapids scored the winner in the extra time. That was the first and only time Dallas participated in the MLS Cup final, but in 2016 the club won the Supporters’ Shield and the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup. The Toros play their home games at Toyota Stadium, the venue that was opened in August, 2005. The stadium’s original name was Pizza Hut Park, but in September 2013 it was renamed as Toyota Stadium after Pizza Hut Park left as a main sponsor. FC Dallas wear red shits with white stripes when playing at home, while their secondary colours are white and blue. Former Ajax and River Plate ace Mauro Rosales, who joined the Toyota Stadium outfit in 2016, is regarded as one of the club most significant stars.