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Houston Dynamo at Toronto FC, 4 p.m. (ESPN2 / ESPN Deportes / ESPN360.com)Toronto FC tied their club record by extending their current unbeaten streak in league play to six games. TFC is undefeated in their last nine games in all competitions.Toronto FC have played to scoreless draws in back-to-back games for the first time in club history. After a day of unrest in the city of Toronto with the G-20 Summit – road closures and subway and train disruptions meant many fans were simply unable to get to BMO Field for Saturday’s game – the club will offer free tickets for another match to those patrons who couldn’t attend.The Dynamo put an end to their three-game losing streak in the weekend draw with Colorado, but still allowed two or more goals for the fifth time in six games. The league’s defensive leader two of the last three seasons, the Dynamo have allowed the third-most goals in MLS (24).The Dynamo have never won at BMO Field. Toronto FC won their first home meeting with Houston; the teams have played to 1-1 draws both of the last two years.
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