MLS acca: 4 football tips for Week 7
Back our 17/2 four-fold, which features football tips from the seventh week of action in Major League Soccer.
Houston Dynamo to beat San Jose Earthquakes (20:00)
San Jose had to wait until their fifth game of the season last weekend to earn their first points of the campaign.
The Quakes had conceded three or more goals in each of their last three matches, and have lost 10 of their last 12 away games in the MLS.
Houston have dropped just two points in their opening four league games this season and have won all of their last three meetings at home to San Jose.
Seattle Sounders to beat Toronto FC (21:00)
Seattle are one of just three sides in the MLS to have maximum points from their first three home games, meaning they’ve now won 11 of their last 13 league games at CenturyLink Field.
The Sounders have dropped just two points in five games this season and are second in the Western Conference to LAFC, who have played one game more.
Toronto were held to a 2-2 draw at home to Chicago Fire last weekend, while they’ve managed just three victories in their last 19 MLS games on the road.
New England Revolution to beat Atlanta United (00:30)
Last season’s MLS Cup champions Atlanta are still looking for their first league victory of the season after four games as they struggle to adapt to life under manager Frank de Boer.
The Five Stripes have lost both of their away games so far without scoring and, despite New England’s sticky start, there’s value in backing against them.
The Revs beat Minnesota United 2-1 at the Gillette Stadium a fortnight ago to earn their first home victory of the season, and can follow up with another here.
LAFC to beat FC Cincinnati (03:30)
Western Conference leaders LAFC have backed up their status as challengers for the MLS Cup with an impressive start that has seen them drop just two points in their opening six matches.
Bob Bradley’s side beat San Jose Earthquakes 5-0 on the road last month before becoming the first side to win at Audi Field in 12 league games by thrashing DC United 4-0.
They should justify their short price against MLS newboys Cincinnati, who have won just two of their first six games.
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