After losing 4-0 to Nashville SC in their last outing, Dallas will be looking for a response when they play host to Real Salt Lake on Saturday.
The visitors, meanwhile, will be looking to improve upon their recent run of form, which has seen them win one of their previous five matches.
After enjoying a three-game unbeaten run, Dallas were brought down to earth by Nashville last weekend, losing 4-0 to their fellow Texas side.
The Burn entered the contest off the back of a 4-1 win over San Jose Earthquakes and a 1-0 victory against Philadelphia Union.
Despite being confident following consecutive victories, a brace from Hany Mukhtar and Jacob Shaffelburg saw Dallas trail by three goals within 33 minutes of kickoff.
A David Romney goal wrapped up a 4-0 victory for Nashville, while the result extended Dallas’ winless away run to three games.
Nico Estevez‘s side will look forward to returning to the Toyota Stadium this weekend after winning their last three home matches.
While Dallas currently sit in third spot in the Western Conference, Real Salt Lake are four points adrift in fifth position, although they have two games in hand over their opponents.
Despite occupying a playoff place, Saturday’s visitors are experiencing a poor run of form after winning just two of their previous 10 games.
They can at least take confidence from the fact that they have taken four points from their last two matches, although a late equaliser denied them the chance to claim consecutive victories last weekend.
Sergio Cordova found the net in the 61st minute to give Real Salt Lake the lead against Vancouver Whitecaps, but a late Julian Gressel equaliser ensured that the contest finished all square.
Pablo Mastroeni will now take his side to the Toyota Stadium where they have the chance to clinch back-to-back away victories.
Dallas are expected to be without Brandon Servania, who has missed the last three matches due to a pelvis injury.
After coming off the bench to feature against Nashville, Sebastian Lletget could come into the starting lineup for Saturday’s contest.
Jesus Ferreira will return to the side after serving a one-match suspension, and the third-highest scorer in the MLS this season will look to add to his 15-goal tally.
As for the visitors, they are expected to be without the services of Tate Schmitt and Bobby Wood due to knee and groin injuries respectively.
Real Salt Lake are also unable to call upon Damir Kreilach and Zack Farnsworth, who are both sidelined with injury issues.
Despite missing out on all three points last weekend, Mastroeni could name an unchanged lineup for Saturday’s encounter.
Dallas possible starting lineup:
Paes; Twumasi, Martinez, Hedges, Farfan; Lletget, Cerrillo, Pomykal; Arriola, Velasco, Ferreira
Real Salt Lake possible starting lineup:
MacMath; Herrera, Silva, Glad, Brody; Chang, Ruiz, Loffelsend, Meram; Savarino, Cordova