Montreal Impact to beat Cincinnati (18:00)

Cincinnati lost 1-0 away to inconsistent San Jose Earthquakes last weekend, despite their opponents playing the last 39 minutes with 10 men after having a man sent off.

Cincy are finding life tough in the MLS and have earned just one point from their last seven matches.

The Impact beat New York Red Bulls 2-1 away from home last weekend and have won three of their last four matches.

FC Dallas to beat New York Red Bulls (19:00)

New York Red Bulls are one of six sides in the MLS yet to record a victory away from home this season.

Chris Armas’ side lost 1-0 away to New England, who have won just two of their opening 12 matches, last time out on the road.

Dallas are unbeaten at the Toyota Stadium, having earned 11 points from their first five home games.

LA Galaxy to beat New York City (21:00)

LA Galaxy are the only club in either Conference who still have a 100 per cent home record, having won each of their six games at Dignity Health Sports Park.

The Galaxy come into this on the back of two defeats on the road, but they can put that right against inconsistent opponents.

New York City have won just three of their 10 league games so far this season and are yet to beat any side from the Western Conference.

Seattle Sounders to beat Houston Dynamo (03:00)

Seattle Sounders drew 1-1 with Western Conference leaders Los Angeles FC last weekend, despite having a player sent off after 18 minutes and finishing the game with nine men.

They are unbeaten at CenturyLink Field this season, having dropped just four points in six matches.

Houston’s impressive start has been almost entirely down to their home form, while they lost 2-1 at LA Galaxy last month in their last away game.


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