Our prediction for this MLS match:
Following a 2-0 loss to San Jose Earthquakes, Seattle Sounders will look to return to winning ways in MLS when they take on FC Dallas on Tuesday. The Sounders aim to overtake St Louis City in top position and we are positive that they will go all guns blazing at the Toros. El Salvador defender Alexander Roldan is pushing for a start, while goalkeeper Daniel is back from suspension. Midfielder Cristian Roldan could play some part in Sunday’s clash after representing USA at the 2023 Gold Cup.
The visitors, on the other hand, suffered a dip in form, with the team losing four of their last five league matches and that is probably the main reason why we are going to put our money on the home side. The likes of Pomykal, Martinez, Jesus, Jimenez, Twumasi, Arriola, and Scott are out of contention through injuries, speaking of the visiting team.
Highlighted Player (Albert Rusnak):
Born in Vyskov, Czech Republic on July 7, 1994, Slovakia international Albert Rusnak began his youth career in KAC Kosice. In 1997 he moved to MFK Kosice where he was talent-spotted by Manchester City scouts. However, he did not see any game action for the Citizens in the Premier League as he was immediately loaned to Oldham City.
After making only two appearances for the Latics, the Slovak moved to Birmingham City in 2014. After ending his loan spell with Cambuur, Albert Rusnak moved to FC Groningen in 2015 and it has to be noted that he scored nine goals in 61 appearances for the Dutch club in the Eredivisie.
In the winter of 2017 Rusnak joined MLS club Real Salt Lake for an undisclosed fee. Speaking of his international career, Albert Rusnak made his debut with the Slovakia national team on November 15, 2016 in a goalless draw with Austria. His father, also called Albert Rusnak, used to play football as well.
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 colors 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.