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Will Rook is back with more football betting tips the this weekend's fixtures in the MLS.

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Philadelphia Union to beat New England Revolution (00:00)

Philadelphia consolidated their spot in the play-offs with a 3-0 victory over third-place New York City last time out.

That was the Union’s third straight win in all competitions and seventh victory in nine matches and they are now four points ahead of seventh.

New England are winless in their last seven league games and have won just seven points from their 10 away games this season.

Toronto to beat Montreal Impact (01:00)

Toronto have recovered from a run of just four wins in their first 19 league games to emerge as surprise play-off contenders.

Greg Vanney’s side are nine points off the top six with 10 games to go. They have taken eight points from their last five matches, with their only defeat coming against title contenders New York City.

Montreal’s only victory in their last 11 away games came against Orlando, who are second-bottom in the Eastern Conference and have earned just four points in their last 10 matches.

Sporting Kansas City to beat Minnesota United (01:30)

Minnesota are the worst travelling side in the MLS, having won just four points from their 10 away games this season.

The visitors have managed just one point in their last 10 matches on the road and their only away victory this season came in March against strugglers Orlando City.

Kansas City’s 3-0 win over Portland Timbers was their third consecutive league victory and they should make it four this weekend.

Colorado Rapids to beat Real Salt Lake (02:00)

Real Salt Lake’s 2-1 win at Houston last weekend was only their second away victory in 17 league games.

Don’t expect a repeat, given that the visitors have lost 12 of those 17 matches and have the fifth-worst travelling record in the MLS.

Colorado have won back-to-back home games and lost just one of their last six at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park.

Vancouver Whitecaps to beat San Jose Earthquakes (03:00)

San Jose drew 1-1 with Toronto last time out, but have won just one of their last 16 matches in all competitions.

The Quakes are bottom of the Western Conference and have the worst home record in the MLS, winning just one just one of their 11 league games at the Avaya Stadium this season.

Vancouver have lost just one of their last seven matches in all competitions, avoiding defeat against both New York City and New York Red Bulls in that sequence. They are a great price to win.

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