JOHN KRETLOW - Sunday, April 28, 2013
Houston Dynamo's Brad Davis is listed as questionable after injuring his groin in the draw with Toronto FC last week, but the midfielder feels confident about Sunday's game against Colorado.
"There's no injury. I'm feeling good," Davis explained after Friday's practice in Houston.
The US National Team midfielder also feels good about the team's preparation going into this weekend's game with the Rapids.
"We got an extra day which is always nice throughout the week, you know. That's an extra day of rest. Things have been going good."
"The whole squad's looking good. You want to raise the level of intensity every day in training, and that obviously prepares you for the weekend," continued Davis.
The Dynamo, second place in the Eastern Conference, also look to break the record for longest regular season unbeaten run. A win or a tie would break the record of 29 straight games set by Real Salt Lake.
However, the streak does not add any pressure to Davis and the Dynamo.
"We just have to keep the same mentality. There's more pressure, not just to win at home, but to be a consistent club.