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Earthquakes Weekly Update: September 13, 2021

September 13, 2021 - Major League Soccer (MLS) - San Jose Earthquakes News Release


The San Jose Earthquakes earned a 1-1 draw against FC Dallas at Toyota Stadium on Saturday. The draw extended the Quakes' unbeaten streak on the road to seven matches, tied for the longest in club history.

The Earthquakes are now preparing for two matches this week, first hosting Real Salt Lake on Wednesday, Sept. 15, presented by Donor Network West, and later traveling to Texas to face Austin FC on Saturday, Sept. 18.

Wednesday's match from PayPal Park will kick off at 7:30 p.m. PT and will be broadcast on NBC Sports California Plus, KNBR 1050 and 1370 KZSF. Saturday's match from Q2 Stadium will begin at 5:00 p.m. PT and will be aired on NBC Sports Bay Area Plus, KGO 810 and 1370 KZSF.

OPPONENT INFORMATION

Earthquakes vs. Real Salt Lake All-Time

MLS Regular Season: 13-11-11

Home: 9-5-4 (29 GF, 20 GA)

Away: 4-6-7 (14 GF, 26 GA)

All-Time Scoring: San Jose - 43, Real Salt Lake - 46

Last Game vs. Real Salt Lake

Real Salt Lake 1 - 2 San Jose Earthquakes; May 7, 2021; Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy, Utah

Earthquakes vs. Austin FC All-Time

MLS Regular Season : 0-0-1

Home: 0-0-0 (0 GF, 0 GA)

Away : 0-0-1 (0 GF, 0 GA)

All-Time Scoring: San Jose - 0, Austin - 0

Last Game vs. Austin

Austin FC 0 - 0 San Jose Earthquakes; June 19, 2021; Q2 Stadium in Austin, Texas

EARTHQUAKES NOTES

LAST GAME VS. FC DALLAS (9/11)

Strong on the Road

The Quakes are unbeaten in seven consecutive road matches, tied for the longest such run in club history (2003). San Jose has now lost just once in their last 12 matches overall (3-1-8).

Unbeaten Streak

The Quakes now hold a seven-game unbeaten streak against FC Dallas (4-0-3) and a five-game unbeaten streak at Toyota Stadium (2-0-3).

Striking First

The Quakes have scored first in 9 of their last 12 matches (conceded first twice and had one match finish in a scoreless draw). They have also allowed one or fewer goals in 11 consecutive matches, conceding a total of nine goals during that time.

Back on the Scoresheet

Defender Oswaldo Alanis scored his second goal of the season and fourth of his MLS career. Both of his goals this year have been penalty kicks against FC Dallas.

Key Saves

Goalkeeper JT Marcinkowski made six saves, tied for second-most in his MLS career.

Back in the Mix

Forward Benji Kikanovic made his first appearance since July 17, entering as a second-half substitute.

NEXT GAME VS. REAL SALT LAKE (9/15)

Midtable Battle

Real Salt Lake currently occupies seventh place in the Western Conference (8-9-6), tallying three more points than San Jose.

Home Strength

The Quakes are unbeaten in six straight home matches vs. Real Salt Lake (5-0-1), dating back to April 2015.

Recent Success

San Jose earned a come-from-behind 2-1 road win over RSL on May 7, 2021, with two goals from Chris Wondolowski.

Leading Scorer

Wondolowski's brace against Real Salt Lake on May 7 made him the all-time leader in goals against Real Salt Lake (12).

No. 168

Wondolowski scored his most recent MLS goal against Real Salt Lake at Rio Tinto Stadium on May 7, 2021.

Absent Player

Defender Nathan will not be eligible to play on Wednesday due to yellow card accumulation.

Welcome Back

Defender Marcos Lopez is available for selection for Wednesday's match after returning from international duty with Peru.

NEXT GAME VS. AUSTIN FC (9/18)

History Made

San Jose played to a 0-0 draw against Austin FC in the first-ever MLS fixture at Q2 Stadium on June 19.

Trilogy Series

Saturday's match will be the second of three matchups between San Jose and Austin this season and second-straight at Q2 Stadium. San Jose will host Austin FC at PayPal Park for the first time on Oct. 20.

Inaugural Season

Austin FC currently occupy 13th in the Western Conference standings (5-14-4). Austin have suffered three-consecutive defeats and have earned one victory in their last seven matches (1-6-0).

Familiar Faces

Saturday's match will see the Quakes face former players Danny Hoesen, Nick Lima, and Andrew Tarbell for the second time this year.


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