We’re continuing our MLS predictions with five selections from this weekend’s fixtures and will land a 42.71 parlay if they all prevail.
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Charlotte to beat Chicago @ 2.2
The Crown recovered from back-to-back losses to claim a nice 3-0 victory over DC United in midweek and are just inside the Eastern Conference play-off spots thanks to winning eight of their 11 home matches this term. Chicago are unbeaten in four games but the only road trip during that period was to Vancouver. We reckon an overall away record of 2-7-2 makes the Fire worth opposing in our MLS predictions.
Orlando to beat New England @ 2.05
Any punters who follow trends will be lumping on City to come out on top at Exploria Stadium. The Lions have had 11 previous home games this season, winning five and losing six following a recent 1-0 defeat by Eastern Conference leaders Philadelphia, so Orlando are now due to address the balance and bag another success. New England lack a cutting edge up front and have gone six matches without a win.
Kansas City and LA Galaxy to draw @ 3.4
Both of these teams have been struggling of late and each manager may settle for a share of the spoils to steady the ship. Kansas City have suffered three straight defeats without scoring and are bottom of the overall standings. However, the Galaxy are also low on confidence after losing four of their last five fixtures, so this could develop into a cagey contest, with few chances created at either end.
Austin to beat San Jose @ 1.61
The Oaks are second in the Western Conference, nine points clear of third-place Minnesota, following last week’s 2-0 triumph at Kansas City. Austin were aided by Cameron Duke seeing red just before the interval but took full advantage via goals from Alexander Ring and Sebastian Driussi at the end of either half. San Jose were fortunate to only go down 1-0 to Inter Miami on home turf in midweek and have picked up just a solitary point from four outings.
Colorado to beat Minnesota @ 1.73
The Rapids enjoyed a crazy 5-4 win over New York Red Bulls on the road in midweek, having trailed 3-1 inside the first half an hour. However, Colorado usually rely on their home form for points, with 20 of the 27 earned this term being secured at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park. LA Galaxy were beaten 2-0 in the last fixture here and Minnesota are due a first defeat in eight games following a shaky 4-4 draw with Portland.
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