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July 9, 2011 at 6:07 PM

Sounders FC vs. Portland Timbers, gameday injury report

SEATTLE SOUNDERS FCOUT: MF Steve Zakuani (R leg fracture); DOUBTFUL: FW O’Brian White (L leg surgery); PROBABLE: MF Brad Evans (hamstring strain)

PORTLAND TIMBERSOUT: FW Spencer Thompson (R knee); DF Rodney Wallace (L knee); QUESTIONABLE: FW Bright Dike (R Achilles rupture); DF David Horst (L hip flexor); PROBABLE: DF Mamadou Danso (L shoulder); DF Jeremy Hall (groin soreness); MF Adam Moffat (R ankle sprain); MF Peter Lowry (L quadriceps strain); GK Troy Perkins (R hip soreness)

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White has been upgraded, which seems consistent with coach Sigi Schmid’s suggestion that he might be available for a substitute appearance next week against Colorado. Evans was deemed “more doubtful than probable” on Friday by Schmid.

For Portland, Dike and Horst were upgraded from doubtful. The Timbers made quite a few moves in the “probable” category and here’s a link to Tuesday’s report if you want to compare and contrast.

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