New York Red Bulls to beat Columbus Crew (00:30)

Columbus Crew’s 2-1 win over out-of-form Montreal last weekend is unlikely to count for anything here.

The Crew had picked up just two points in their previous 10 league matches, while they have earned just four points from their 10 away games this season – the second-fewest in the MLS.

New York have won three league games on the spin at Red Bull Arena and have dropped just two points in five matches.

Philadelphia Union to beat Montreal Impact (01:00)

Eastern Conference leaders Philadelphia Union beat Chicago Fire 2-0 at home last weekend and they are worth backing again this week.

Jim Curtin’s side have lost just three of their last 16 league games and have the fifth-best travelling record in the MLS.

Montreal’s 2-1 defeat to Columbus last Sunday was their fourth straight loss in the league.

Toronto to beat Cincinnati (01:00)

Cincinnati’s nightmare debut season continued with a 2-0 defeat at home to New England Revolution last weekend.

Cincy are bottom of the Eastern Conference, four points behind second-bottom Columbus, and have lost eight of their last 10 matches.

That run includes four games in which they have conceded four or more goals.

Toronto have beaten top-four sides New York Red Bulls and Atlanta United in their last three home games, so they should clean up here.

San Jose Earthquakes to beat Colorado Rapids (03:00)

San Jose Earthquakes beat Vancouver Whitecaps 3-1 on the road last weekend – their fifth victory in six league games.

The Quakes are top of the MLS form table and have dropped just two points in their last eight matches at home.

Colorado have the fourth-worst travelling record in the league, having picked up just six points from their nine away games.


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