Back our 9/1 four-fold, which features football tips from the 12th week of action in Major League Soccer.
Montreal Impact to beat New England Revolution (18:00)
New England lost 3-0 at home to Chelsea on Thursday, a match in which all of their first-team squad featured.
They have taken just two points from their first six away games in the MLS this season, losing their last two 5-0 and 6-1 against Chicago Fire and Philadelphia Union respectively.
Montreal are fourth in the Eastern Conference and have won four of their last five home league games.
San Jose Earthquakes to beat Chicago Fire (20:30)
San Jose Earthquakes have started to get their home form together after a dreadful start to the season.
The Quakes have won each of their last three matches at the Avaya Stadium and look great value to make it four against a Chicago side without an away victory this season.
The visitors have taken just two points from five matches on the road and have failed to even score in their last three.
Philadelphia Union to beat Seattle Sounders (00:30)
Philadelphia beat Toronto 2-1 away from home last weekend to continue their impressive start to the MLS season.
That was the Union’s seventh victory in nine league games – a run that has left them second in the Eastern Conference.
Seattle have gone three games without a victory on the road and were hammered 4-1 at Western Conference leaders Los Angeles FC at the end of last month.
Houston Dynamo to beat DC United (01:30)
Houston are one of five teams in the MLS still with an unbeaten home record, dropping just four points in seven games at the BBVA Compass Stadium.
Wilmer Cabrera’s side are fourth in the Western Conference, despite having played at least two games fewer than any other side in the top five, and can capitalise on Seattle’s stuttering away form.
The Sounders have earned just one point from their last two matches on the road, having lost 1-0 to mid-table Minnesota last month and drawn 0-0 at Toronto in midweek.
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