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Sounders vs Portland Timbers: Bad guys win

FOX will carry the match at 1:30 PM, or so; watch with us.

Max Aquino / Sounder at HEart

The 2018 Cascadia Cup starts with the Portland Timbers coming to Seattle to face the Sounders. Portland enters the match with a 10-game unbeaten run. Seattle Sounders have yet to lose at home to the Timbers in the MLS regular season and are 7-0-3 +11 against their southern rivals.

Seattle will need a dominate day. They are only 3-8-3 on the season and have described the match as a must win. With two of their three keepers in concussion protocol and a difference-making right back limited to injury, the burden for victory will lie on Chad Marshall, Cristian Roldan and the attacking band. Clint Dempsey in particular has dominated the Timbers. If there is a game for Dempsey’s star to burn brightly again this is the one.

Absences: Injury, international duty and suspension

Seattle: Handwalla Bwana and Jordan Morris are out due to injury. Calle Brown (concussion), Felix Chenkam (right hamstring strain), Stefan Frei (concussion), Kelvin Leerdam (right hamstring strain) and Harry Shipp (right ankle sprain) are all questionable. There is potential that Seattle must sign an emergency keeper for the day.

Timbers: No players are out. Liam Ridgewell (right thigh), Kendall McIntosh (left thigh), Fanendo Adi (left thigh), Roy Miller (left achilles tendon), and Sebastián Blanco (right thigh) are all questionable.

Gustav Svensson is the only player remaining away on international duty as Sweden is still at the World Cup.

Osvaldo Alonso, Nouhou and Larrys Mabiala will be suspended for accumulation with their next yellow card. Cristian Roldan, Jordy Delem, Diego Chara and Sebastian Blanco are two yellows from accumulation.

Ismail Elfath is the center referee. His video assistant is Edvin Jurisevic.

nos audietis in somniis | nos audietis in alto

you will hear us in your sleep | you will hear us from the deep

this is our Sound

Keys to the Game:

  • Open the field
  • Expect the counter
  • Ride the early emotions
  • Find a hero

How I'm watching

Outfit: Together

Scarf: You will hear us

Where: Sec 214

How to Watch

Match date/time: 1:30 PM, June 30, 2018

Venue: CenturyLink Field, Seattle, Washington, Heart of Cascadia

Online Streaming: FoxSportsGO and YouTubeTV (Seattle & Spokane)

National TV: FOX 13/113 (Followill, Barton, Slaton)

Local English Radio: 950 KJR-AM Seattle (Johnson, Keller)

Local Spanish Radio: El Rey 1360 AM (Rodriguez, Maqueda, Patia)

International TV

Asia: BeIN Sports (ASIA) | Australia: BeIN Sports (AUS) | Europe: Eurosport | India: DSports / ATR Media | Middle East & North Africa: Abu Dhabi Sports | New Zealand: TVNZ | Singapore: Starhub | Sub-Saharan Africa: FOX Africa | Taiwan: Sportscast | United Kingdom: Sky Sports



Sounders sign Phoenix Rising goalkeeper Zac Lubin on loan. Stefan Frei went down with a head injury last week against Chicago Fire.

Bryan Meredith showing that he does, indeed, know what he’s doing out there.

GOAL 48’: Portland scores first as Mabiala nods in Valeri’s corner.

GOAL 51’: Sounders score to make it 1-1. Victor Rodriguez from Nico Lodeiro.

GOAL 57’: Samuel Arementeros makes it 2-1 just minutes after the Rodriguez goal.

GOAL 68’: Chad Marshall heads home a corner kick from Nicolas Lodeiro to make it 2-2.

GOAL 74’: Timbers go ahead again with another Mabiala header from a corner kick. 3-2.

DOUBLE SUB 80’: Harry Shipp for Jordan McCrary, Nouhou for Waylon Francis.

This is Seattle Sounders vs. Portland Timbers; watch with us

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