Timbers Tekkers | Since start of 2021, Bravo leads MLS in tackles won

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The Portland Timbers host longtime Western Conference foe San Jose Earthquakes Saturday at Providence Park (7:30pm PT, TICKETS, FOX 12 PLUS). Here are some key numbers to know ahead of the match.


Portland is unbeaten in its last six matches (3-0-3), dating back to June 18, 2022. The Timbers are one of three MLS teams that have not conceded a loss in that span (Portland, Austin, Columbus).


The Timbers have a home record of 11-0-4 against the Earthquakes, an unbeaten streak of 15 straight matches at Providence Park.


Portland has converted a penalty kick in five straight games, an all-time MLS record. No other team has converted a penalty kick in more than three straight matches in league history.


Since the start of the 2021 MLS season and making his debut in the league, defender Claudio Bravo leads all players in tackles won (89). This season, he leads the league with 43.


Midfielders Yimmi Chara and Santiago Moreno are the only players that have appeared in all 21 matches for the Timbers this season. Y. Chara has also started every match (21).