New York Red Bulls to beat FC Cincinnati (00:30)

New York Red Bulls’ price is too long to ignore here.

They come into this game on the back of four victories in their last six league matches – a run that started with a 1-0 home victory over Cincinnati at the end of April.

Cincy are currently bottom of the form table, having won just three points in their last six matches and have the second-worst home record in the MLS.

DC United to win or draw v New England Revolution (00:30)

New England Revolution drew 0-0 away to Montreal Impact last weekend and won one of their last six league games.

Bruce Arena’s side are second-bottom of the Eastern Conference, having recorded three wins in their 14 games so far this season.

DC United lost 2-1 at Houston in their last game, but that was only their first defeat in four matches and they should come away with at least a point against out-of-form opposition.

Philadelphia Union to beat Portland Timbers (00:30)

Philadelphia’s impressive started to the season continued last Sunday with a credible 0-0 draw at home to Seattle, who are second in the Western Conference.

The Union have only dropped four points in a six-match unbeaten run and have lost just once in 11.

Portland drew 1-1 at Houston last time out and have lost six of their last 10 matches – all away from home.

Minnesota United to beat Houston Dynamo (01:00)

Minnesota won 1-0 at home to Columbus Crew last Sunday and are one of five sides in the MLS who remain unbeaten at home.

They have dropped just two points in their last three matches at Allianz Field, coming in a 1-1 draw with Seattle Sounders.

Houston have lost back-to-back away games against Seattle and LA Galaxy and are an enticing price to be beaten again.


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