Orlando City to beat Columbus Crew (00:30)

Orlando come into this one following a 2-2 draw against Eastern Conference leaders Philadelphia last week.

City have lost their last two home matches, but the key here is their opponents’ poor away record.

The Crew have lost each of their last seven away matches and that run is likely to continue this weekend.

Chicago Fire (-1) to beat FC Cincinnati (01:00)

Chicago lost 1-0 to Sporting KC last Sunday and have won just once in their last eight MLS matches.

The Fire do, however, have a solid record at home, where they are unbeaten in eight at the SeatGeek Stadium.

Cincinnati secured their first win in seven on Sunday but have lost each of their last eight away matches, including seven by two or more goals.

Minnesota United to beat FC Dallas (01:00)

Minnesota have won their last three in a row in MLS, including a 7-1 thrashing of Cincinnati at home.

The Loons have a good record at Allianz Field, winning five of their last seven there.

Dallas, meanwhile, have lost seven of their last 10 away matches in the league.

New York City to win or draw v New York Red Bulls (23:30)

The Red Bulls have won four of their last six at home but are in poor form overall.

They have just one win in their last four and face an NYCFC side with a brilliant away record.

City are unbeaten in six away games and are a good bet to continue that run this weekend.

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