MLS acca: 5 football tips for Sunday's matches
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Will Rook is back with more football betting tips the this weekend's fixtures in the MLS.
New York Red Bulls to beat Montreal Impact (00:30)
Eastern Conference leaders New York Red Bulls stayed at the top by notching back-to-back wins last week.
Chris Armas’ side are unbeaten in their last six league games and have the second-best travelling record in the MLS.
They are easy to get behind at this price, given that Montreal have won just one of their last seven matches in all competitions.
Philadelphia Union to beat Orlando (00:30)
Philadelphia’s 2-0 win at DC United on Thursday was their fifth consecutive victory in all competitions and opened a 10-point gap to seventh place.
The Union have won four of their last five away games and should add another against the Eastern Conference’s bottom side.
Orlando have earned just one point from their last six league games and are bottom of the form table.
FC Dallas to beat Houston Dynamo (01:00)
Houston’s winless run was extended to nine league matches after their 1-0 defeat at New York Red Bulls on Thursday.
The Dynamos have won just one point in their last seven games in the MLS and that dismal sequence doesn’t look like changing this weekend.
Western Conference leaders Dallas have won seven of their last nine home games and lost just one in 13.
Real Salt Lake to beat LA Galaxy (03:00)
Real Salt Lake spanked second-bottom Colorado 6-0 last time out to open up a four-point gap between themselves and LA Galaxy, who are currently one place below the final play-off spot.
That victory was Real’s second on the bounce away from home, while a run of just two defeats in 19 matches at the Rio Tinto Stadium means they look the likeliest victors on Sunday.
The Galaxy followed a 5-0 thrashing by Seattle with a 1-1 draw in the LA derby last weekend and are without a win in five league games.
Vancouver Whitecaps to beat San Jose Earthquakes (03:00)
San Jose earned just their second win in 19 matches in all competitions in midweek, but that is unlikely to be a sign of things to come.
The Quakes are bottom of the Western Conference and have lost six of their last eight away games.
Vancouver beat San Jose 3-2 on the road last weekend and, with just one defeat in their last 10 at home, a similar result is expected on Sunday.
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