Atlanta United to beat Real Salt Lake (00:00)

Eastern Conference leaders Atlanta notched their sixth victory in eight league games by beating San Jose 4-3 on Thursday.

Striker Josef Martinez bagged a brace in that match, taking his tally to 30 goals in 29 MLS games this season.

Atlanta are irresistible with the Venezuelan in the side, and they should be backed to beat Salt Lake, who have lost nine of their last 13 MLS away games.

Columbus Crew to beat Colorado Rapids (00:30)

Colorado Rapids’ miserable run continued with a 3-0 defeat at home to Atlanta last weekend, their fourth straight loss.

The Rapids have failed to score in any of those matches, conceding 13 goals.

They have won just one of their last 15 games on the road and Columbus, who are five from five at home, should win easily.

Montreal Impact to beat New York City (00:30)

New York City’s hopes of topping the Eastern Conference have all but ended after winning just one of their last eight matches.

Domenec Torrent’s side are 11 points behind leaders Atlanta United with just five games of the regular season remaining.

Montreal have won three of their last four, including back-to-back 3-0 and 4-1 victories over top-six sides New York Red Bulls and Philadelphia Union.

New England Revolution to beat Chicago Fire (00:30)

Chicago Fire are bottom of the 10-game form table in the MLS, having lost eight league games.

They have lost each of their last six away games in all competitions, so I’m happy to get against them again this weekend.

New England are unbeaten in three and should ease through this.

Portland Timbers to beat Minnesota United (01:00)

Minnesota had to rely on an 84th-minute equaliser against Real Salt Lake to stop a three-match losing streak.

That was only their second point in their last seven league games.

Portland Timbers have won three of their last five matches and are a decent price to earn another three points.


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