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Quick Strikes | Since 2016, Timbers have scored the most home goals in the Western Conference

With just eight regular-season matches remaining, the Portland Timbers will host the Colorado Rapids Saturday at Providence Park (7:30 pm PT, FOX 12 PLUS). Here are five numbers to know for #PORvCOL in the latest edition of Quick Strikes. 

12 With his goal against New England, Lawrence Olum became the 12th different Timbers player to score an MLS goal for the club this season. Olum has scored for the Timbers in four different seasons (2007, 2008, 2017, 2018). 

1+1 With an assist in Portland's last match, midfielder David Guzmán has scored a goal and had an assist in consecutive matches for the first time in his Timbers career. 

95 Since the beginning of the 2016 season, no Western Conference team has scored more home goals (95) or has more home wins (31) than the Timbers. By contrast, no Western Conference team has scored fewer road goals in that timespan than the Rapids (31). 

7 After losing to the Rapids at home in Portland's inaugural MLS season in 2011, the Timbers have won seven consecutive matches against Colorado at Providence Park. In those seven matches, Portland has scored 14 goals to Colorado's three. 

9 For the final time in 2018, the Timbers and Portland Thorns FC will play home matches on consecutive days at Providence Park. The Timbers have won nine straight home matches when playing the day before or day after the Thorns play at home.