The two sides were forced to withdraw due to a number of positive coronavirus tests and have been out of action for five months.
Having watched the MLS is Back tournament from afar because of coronavirus cases, FC Dallas and Nashville SC are grateful for the chance to play again when they meet Wednesday for the resumption of Major League Soccer’s regular season.
There will be fans — albeit a limited number because of the pandemic — at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas, for the first MLS match outside of Florida’s protective tournament bubble since the league was shut down in early March. The two teams will meet again Sunday.
FC Dallas withdrew from the tournament shortly before it started last month after 10 players and a coach tested positive for COVID-19. Expansion Nashville followed soon thereafter with nine cases among its players.
Dallas coach Luchi Gonzalez said whether either team has
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