After landing a 7/1 winner last weekend, Will Rook is backing 9/1 four-fold in the fourth week of action in the MLS.
New York Red Bulls to beat Orlando City (23:30)
New York Red Bulls hammered San Jose Earthquakes 4-1 last weekend in their first home game of the season.
That result followed an impressive 1-1 draw away to in-form Columbus Crew, and they should continue that form on Saturday.
Orlando arel without a win this season, having lost 3-1 at home to Montreal last weekend.
They have managed just two victories in their last 28 league games, so it’s difficult to see anything other than a home win here.
Columbus Crew to beat Philadelphia Union (23:30)
Columbus beat Dallas 1-0 last weekend to record back-to-back league victories.
The Crew have dropped just two points in their opening three games of the season – their 1-1 draw at home to New York Red Bulls – and are joint-top of the Eastern Conference.
They are a great price to win away to Philadelphia Union, whose only point so far this season came away to underperforming Atlanta United.
Los Angeles FC to beat Real Salt Lake (02:30)
Los Angeles’ 100 per cent record was ended last weekend with a 2-2 draw away to New York City, but they should get back to winning ways here.
They have beaten both Sporting KC and Portland Timbers at home this season and are second to Seattle Sounders in the Western Conference.
Real Salt Lake were thumped 5-0 away to DC United in their previous game and have won just one of their last seven away games in the MLS.
New England Revolution to beat FC Cincinnati (20:00)
New England have picked up just one point from their opening three games.
The Revs have an excellent chance to earn their first victory, especially after their impressive draw away to Dallas on the opening day.
Cincinnati have one point from their opening two away games. They lost 4-1 to Seattle Sounders earlier this month and drew 1-1 with Atlanta the following week.
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