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SOUNDERS FC AT SANTOS LAGUNA5 p.m., Territoria Santos Modelo; Torreon, Mexico.TV: Fox Soccer. RADIO: None.HEAD TO HEAD: Sounders won previous meeting 2-1 on March 7 in Seattle. NOTES: This is the concluding match of this home-and-away, aggregate-score CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinal series. The first tie-breaker is away goals. If aggregate score and road goals end even, this game will go into 30 minutes of extra time. If the deadlock remains, the series will be determined by penalty kicks. … The winner goes on to meet the winner of the Toronto-Los Angeles series in the CCL semifinals. … Santos reached this round by winning Group B with a tournament-high 13 points. Seattle advanced by finishing second in Group D, behind defending champion Monterrey. … Sounders coach Sigi Schmid said he will wait until tonight to reveal whether David Estrada or Eddie Johnson starts at forward alongside Fredy Montero. … Temperature at kickoff is expected to be around 90 degrees. … The referee is Joel Aguilar (El Salvador).QUOTABLE: “It’s halftime – you could look at it that way. We should come out with some confidence out of (the first) game, but realized that we’re still going against a team that’s quality is high. It’s going to be a totally different game down in Mexico.” – Sounders defender Jeff ParkeNEXT: The Sounders open their fourth Major League Soccer season at 7 p.m. Saturday against Toronto FC at CenturyLink Field.
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