Estevez Aims to Reverse Fortunes Against Soaring Minnesota United in Upcoming Clash with FC Dallas

FC Dallas, still searching for their first road victory in the MLS this season, ventures to Minnesota United. Minnesota pursues the top rank in the Western Conference.

Nico Estevez, FC Dallas’s coach, expressed optimism about their skirmish with Minnesota United this coming Saturday. Although Dallas hasn’t secured a victory in their latest quartet of matches, Estevez appreciates the team’s road performances. He remains hopeful for a triumph.

“We’ve shown strong plays against the pacesetters of the West,” Estevez remarked, according to Big D Soccer substack. He underscored the plethora of positives despite the scanty point tally, citing ongoing improvements in the squad’s competitive spirit.

Conversely, Minnesota rebounded superbly last Saturday, toppling Sporting Kansas City 3-1. This weekend, while rivals rest, the Loons could leap into second place and inch closer to conference leaders Real Salt Lake.

Though Minnesota grapples with the absence of key players on international duty, Coach Eric Ramsay radiates confidence in his squad’s capabilities.

“We’re navigating these challenges with a hungry group,” Ramsay stated, underlining the team’s resilience and his anticipation for the upcoming clash.


Minnesota United – Robin Lod

Lod, a game-changer last Saturday, tied a club record for consecutive regular-season home matches with a goal contribution.

FC Dallas – Asier Illarramendi

Recently, Illarramendi showcased his prowess by completing 91 out of 99 pass attempts against Los Angeles FC, showcasing a stellar performance reminiscent of club records.


Historically, Minnesota United has dominated recent encounters with Dallas, maintaining a robust record in their past ten matchups. Conversely, Dallas has struggled with an extended winless streak on the road this season.


Minnesota United – 53%

Draw – 24%

FC Dallas – 23%

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