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Toronto FC goes for two in a row on Wednesday
May 16th, 2007 7AM
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TORONTO FC vs. HOUSTON
Wednesday 7 p.m. ET (TV: Direct Kick, MLSLIVE.tv)

Four days after picking up its first win and scoring its first goals in five games expansion Toronto FC is back in MLS action at raucous BMO Field against the defending champion Houston Dynamo.

The Dynamo had last weekend off, after finally breaking out of an offensive slump in its last match, a 3-1 win at Colorado.

Danny Dichio, scorer of TFC's first goal in its history, is suspended for Toronto FC after being sent off in Toronto's 3-1 win over Chicago on Saturday.

Houston will be without Paul Dalglish, who is out with an ankle injury. For the Dynamo, the game is the first of a two-game road swing. It plays at red-hot New England on Saturday.



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