It's been an impressive start to the 2017 Campaign for FC Dallas - they've already secured a place in the CONCACAF Champions League last four and last Saturday's season opening 2-1 win over Galaxy exhibited the reigning Supporters Shield and the Lamar hunt United States' Open Cup champions will again be a force to reckon domestically.

Sporting won't be any pushovers in their home game, even if they are still searching for their first goal of the 2017 campaign, Sporting's head coach Peter Vermes likes to see clean-sheets, - and with his side complete involvements from every player on the pitch dogged out a hard fought 0-0 barren draw against DC United last weekend.

A win at the Children's Mercy Park ground would retain Fc Dallas at the forefront of the interaction about which club is the Major league's best. While knocking out the two time cup holders would place Sporting Kansas City squarely into that interaction.

Sporting Kansas City

Despite the goalless result at their first game of the season against DC United at the RFK, two of Sporting Kansas' new-boys made apparent statements, The first one is that they like to go by their first name, just as it is printed on their jersey and the other is that they are here to do great things in the Major League Soccer.

Left-wing striker Gerso demonstrated speed to burn-down the left flank with his quick and neat touches on service.

Including an early pull-outs that Sporting's forward Dwyer placed over the crossbar. As those two players continued to foster their attacking mutual trusts expect that connection soonest to start laying the balls at the back of the net. Notwithstanding, let's see how the both promising strikers would take on FC Dallas defense when they meet this Saturday.

FC Dallas

So far, Kellyn Acosta has been a revelation for FC Dallas this 2017 MLS campaign, the 21-year-old American rapidly established himself as a player capable of controlling the midfield after assuming a supporting role to Mauro Diaz in previous seasons. Playing in a box to box position, So far Acosta has already netted three goals in all competitions (in just three games).

At the other side of the field - Dallas's defender Zimmerman continues to established himself as one of the best young central defenders in the MLS. Walker Zimmerman is already getting earnest interests from European clubs. Now the big question is how many of Oscar Pareja's roster might lay off between the taxing MLS season start (comprising last week trip to Panama) and the CONCACAF Champions League last four commencing next week? Well, let's see how it goes.