MLS acca: 5 football tips from Sunday's matches
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Philadelphia Union to beat Minnesota United
Minnesota United have the worst away record in the MLS, so it’s difficult to see them getting anything out of this.
The visitors have taken just two points from their last 13 league games on the road and, sitting 10 points outside the top six, have little to play for.
Philadelphia have won six of their last eight home games in all competitions, keeping clean sheets in every victory.
Dallas to beat Orlando City (01:00)
This season can’t end soon enough for Orlando, whose 0-0 draw at home to Houston last time out extended their winless run to 11 matches in all competitions.
The Lions have lost eight of those games and are currently bottom of the Eastern Conference, six points behind 10th-placed Chicago.
Dallas have won six of their last eight matches at home and will stay top of the Western Conference with another victory.
Sporting Kansas City to beat LA Galaxy (01:30)
A Zlatan Ibrahimovic wonder goal wasn’t enough to stop LA Galaxy losing their last away game as they went down 5-3 to Toronto.
That was the Galaxy’s fourth straight defeat on the road and third time in a row they have conceded five or more.
Sporting Kansas City have won 10 of their last 15 home games in all competitions and could go top of the Western Conference with a victory this weekend.
Los Angeles FC to beat Colorado Rapids (02:00)
Colorado’s dire form continued last weekend with a 4-0 drubbing away to Seattle Sounders.
That was the Rapids’ sixth straight league defeat and third time that they have conceded three or more in that sequence.
Los Angeles have won four and lost just one of their last seven matches in the MLS and should go close to securing their play-off spot with another victory.
New York Red Bulls to beat San Jose Earthquakes (03:30)
New York Red Bulls come into this match on the back of a 2-0 victory over Eastern Conference leaders Atlanta United last weekend.
That was their fifth consecutive win at the Red Bull Arena and narrowed the gap to top to just one point with three games to play.
San Jose have lost five on the bounce and have the worst home record in the MLS, so this looks like an away banker.
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