A couple of teams still unbeaten and untied -- Houston and Seattle -- meet at CenturyLink Field at 7 p.m. in a game nationally televised on NBC Sports (cable) Network.
Here's the TNT preview story from today's paper.
Here's a preview from the Houston Chronicle, looking at the Dynamo's early road-heavy schedule (and so far: success) while their new home stadium is being completed.
HOUSTON DYNAMO (2-0-0)AT SOUNDERS FC (1-0-0)7 p.m., CenturyLink Field.TV: NBCSN. RADIO: 97.3 FM.CLUB LEADERS: For Houston: G 1, Andre Hainault and Brad Davis; A 1 Adam Moffat; S 6, Will Bruin; SOG 4, Bruin; GAA 0, Tally Hall. For Seattle: G 3, David Estrada; A 2, Alvaro Fernandez; S 7, Estrada; SOG 5, Estrada; GGA 1, Michael Gspurning. HEAD TO HEAD: The regular-season series is tied 2-2-2. Seattle leads 2-0-1 at home. This is the only meeting of this regular season. NOTES: Houston has started the season with back-to-back road shutout victories. Going back to last season, the Dynamo has won four straight regular-season road matches, all by shutout. … Sounders forward Eddie Johnson (hip) and midfielder Mauro Rosales (knee) expected to miss the game, and defender Adam Johansson (hamstring) will be a game-time decision. Houston defender Corey Ashe (hamstring) is probable. … Houston goalkeeper Tally Hall is from Gig Harbor, forward Cam Weaver is from Tacoma, Ching played at Gonzaga, and coach Dominic Kinnear played for the 1995 A-League champion Sounders. … The game is nationally televised with former Sounders voice Arlo White handling play-by-play. … The referee is Baldomero Toledo.QUOTABLE: “They're a veteran team: Hainault, (Bobby) Boswell, even (Geoff) Cameron has been around a while. Now you have Ching, Brad Davis -- they've been around a while. Moffat was with me already in Columbus; he's been around for five years now. There's a real veteran group there.” – Sounders coach Sigi Schmid on the Dynamo.NEXT: 7 p.m. March 31, San Jose Earthquakes, CenturyLink Field, KONG 6/16.