Will FC Dallas enjoy a deep run in this season’s MLS play-offs?
Despite being one of the league’s founding members, Dallas have never won MLS Cup, beaten in the showpiece final by Colorado Rapids 12 years ago.
This season, Nico Estévez’s team ended up third in the Western Conference, the club’s best finish since 2016.
On Decision Day, the Texans beat SKC 2-1 at home, extending their unbeaten streak in Frisco to seven matches.
So, will Dallas book their place in the Conference semi-finals?
Minnesota United meantime endured a wretched run at the end of the regular season, yielded just one point from six matches.
As a result, the Loons had to beat Vancouver Whitecaps on Decision Day, but ran out 2-0 winners at Allianz Field.
Franco Fragapane and Jonathan González getting the goals in St. Paul.
Adrian Heath’s side won 2-1 in Dallas back in May and, having reached the Conference Finals as recently as 2020, could be dark horses, providing they don’t fall here.
Who will prevail at Toyota Stadium, with the winners meeting Austin FC or Real Salt Lake next weekend?