TFC looking for three points over Houston on 'home turf'

Toronto FC's Ashtone Morgan (R) battles with Houston Dynamo's Boniek Garcia for the ball during...

Toronto FC's Ashtone Morgan (R) battles with Houston Dynamo's Boniek Garcia for the ball during their last meeting at BMO Field. (REUTERS)

KURTIS LARSON, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 7:36 PM ET

The silver lining for Toronto FC is that it meets the Houston Dynamo at BMO Field on Saturday afternoon instead of south Texas, where the Dynamo hasn't lost in close to two years.

After coming back to knock off the Chicago Fire at the club's fortress of a stadium last week, the Dynamo broke the all-time MLS record for most consecutive games unbeaten at home (35).

"It's incredible," TFC head coach Ryan Nelsen said of Houston's unbeaten run at BBVA Compass Stadium. "I don't think it will ever be beaten. It's an amazing stat. I think we play in Houston in the middle of summer so maybe it would have been better to get them now at their place."


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