SOUNDERS FC (14-9-6; 48 pts.)AT HOUSTON DYNAMO (8-15-6; 30 pts.)1 p.m. Saturday; Robertson Stadium, Houston.TV: KING 5.RADIO: 97.3 FM (1210 AM in Spanish).HEAD TO HEAD: Seattle leads 2-1-1, including a 2-0 win at Qwest Field on Aug. 8.TEAM LEADERS: For Seattle – G 10, Fredy Montero and Steve Zakuani; A 10, Montero; S 91, Montero; SOG 34, Montero; GAA 1.12, Kasey Keller. For Houston – G 7, Brian Ching; A 10, Brad Davis; S 53, Davis; SOG 22, Davis; GAA 1.74, Pat Onstad. SIGI SCHMID ON THE MATCH: “Our minds are focused on having a good rhythm coming out of that game, making sure that we get ready for the playoffs, come out with no injuries, no red cards and move ourselves forward into the playoffs, whoever that opponent might be.”NOTES: This is the final game of the regular season. The Sounders can finish from fourth to eight in playoff standings. Houston cannot qualify. … Seattle is on a club-record five-game MLS winning streak, which matches Real Salt Lake for the longest winning run this season. … Houston has gone 1-4-3 over its last eight home games, but 2-1-1 over its last four overall, including a 1-0 win at San Jose last weekend. … This is the Sounders first visit to Robertson Stadium since the 1-0 extra-time loss that eliminated them from the 2009 playoffs. … Ching leads the Dynamo in goals despite being sixth in shots (22) and shots on goal (9). … Montero is out due to yellow-card suspension. … Seattle has called up league goalkeeper Alex Horwath to replace injured No. 2 keeper Terry Boss. Houston goalkeeper Tyler Deric got a shutout in his professional debut last week. He is the first player from the Dynamo academy to start with the MLS club. Houston’s usual top two keepers were out with injuries: Onstad, hand; Tally Hall of Gig Harbor, ankle. … Zakuani is scheduled to wear pink boots in honor of breast-cancer awareness. … Something close to a sellout is expected at 32,000-seat Robertson Stadium. … The forecast calls for partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the mid-80s. … The referee is Jair Marrufo. NEXT: Seattle opens MLS Cup playoffs at 5 p.m. Oct. 31 at Qwest Field vs. an opponent to be determined.