Sporting KC to beat Real Salt Lake (20:00)

Sporting KC battled to a 1-1 draw in last weekend’s away leg and, having lost just one of their last 17 matches at home, can be confident of a positive result.

Salt Lake will be without 11-goal Albert Rusnak, who scored the opener in the first leg, after he picked up his second booking of the play-offs.

The visitors lost 11 of their 17 away games during the regular season and are set to struggle.

Atlanta United to beat New York City (22:30)

Atlanta sneaked a 1-0 win away to New York City in the first leg as they gave MVP nominee Miguel Almiron 45 minutes on his return from injury.

Together with fellow MVP contender Josef Martinez, the pair have scored a combined total of 43 goals this season and can once again be the difference on Sunday.

Atlanta have won four straight games at home and should coast past poor travellers New York City, who have lost 10 of their last 13 away games in all competitions.

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

Supporters’ Shield winners New York Red Bulls lost 1-0 to Columbus in the away leg but, based on their impressive home form, are worth backing to turn the tie around.

Chris Armas’ side finished with the best home record in the MLS, having won 14 and lost just two of their 17 games at the Red Bull Arena.

Columbus haven’t won any of their last seven matches on the road in all competitions.


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