Minnesota United to beat New England Revolution (18:00)

Minnesota lost 3-2 at LA Galaxy last weekend, but had won their previous two and are worth a bet here.

All three of the Loons’ games so far have been on the road and they represent great value against a side with just one point from their opening four matches.

New England Revolution have lost both of their opening two home games by a score of 2-0, including against MLS new boys FC Cincinnati last weekend.

Los Angeles FC to beat San Jose Earthquakes (19:30)

LAFC defender Walker Zimmerman netted a stoppage-time winner in their 2-1 victory over Real Salt Lake last weekend that was nominated for the MLS Goal of the Week.

Bob Bradley’s side are top of the Western Conference, having taken 10 points from their opening four games.

San Jose were hammered 4-1 by New York Red Bulls last time out and are bottom of the table, having lost three from three.

FC Dallas to win or draw v Real Salt Lake (02:00)

Real Salt Lake’s winless start continued as they followed their 5-0 demolition at DC United with a 2-1 defeat against LAFC last weekend.

They finished last season with just three victories from their final seven games at the Rio Tinto Stadium and, against in-form opponents, there is value in backing them not to win.

FC Dallas beat Colorado Rapids 2-1 last weekend and are third in the Western Conference after four matches.

Seattle Sounders to beat Vancouver Whitecaps (03:00)

Seattle are one of just two sides in the MLS who still have a 100 per cent record after three matches this season.

The Sounders had the fourth-best travelling record in the league last season and beat Chicago 4-2 in their opening away game this term.

They are a great price to make it four wins from four against a Vancouver side that have lost both of their games so far.


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