Minnesota United to win or draw v Dallas (01:00)

Minnesota maintained their second spot in the Western Conference with a 1-0 victory over Portland Timbers last weekend.

They have won five and drawn two of their last seven matches in the MLS so, at odds against, are worth backing to avoid defeat.

Dallas lost 2-0 at strugglers Orlando last Sunday and have won just two of their last nine league matches.

Chicago Fire to beat Montreal Impact (02:00)

Chicago Fire ended a six-game winless run with a 1-0 victory over struggling Houston in their last match and, against out-of-form opposition, can make it two from two.

Montreal were beaten 6-3 by bottom-of-the-table Colorado Rapids in their last league game and have lost five of their last six in the MLS.

The Impact are on a five-match losing streak on the road and have won just two away games in their last 11.

San Jose Earthquakes to beat Colorado Rapids (02:00)

San Jose are the form team in the MLS, having taken 19 points from their last eight league games – more than any other side.

The Quakes have dropped just two points in their last five matches and have only lost one in 12.

Colorado hammered Montreal 6-3 last weekend, but had taken just one point from their previous four matches.

Portland Timbers to beat Vancouver Whitecaps (04:00)

Portland have lost back-to-back away games against Minnesota, but can turn their form around back at home.

The Timbers have won four and drawn two of their last six matches at their newly-renovated stadium, including a 4-0 victory over LA Galaxy last time out.

Vancouver’s 2-1 win over hapless Cincinnati last weekend was their first victory in 12 matches in all competitions.


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