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Los Angeles FC

Los Angeles FC prepare for this match after a 2-2 MLS drawn result versus Vancouver Whitecaps.

Los Angeles FC have been on a persistent run of goalscoring form, netting every time they’ve gone out to play in their last 6 matches.

They have hit an aggregate of 9 during that time while seeing the number of goals scored against them stand at 7. That kind of pattern isn’t assured to be carried forward into this next game, however.

Minnesota United

Minnesota United head into the clash after a 2-1 MLS win vs Portland Timbers in their last fixture.

In the course of their six previous matches, Adrian Heath's Minnesota United have found the net a total of 8 times, earning them a goals per game average of 1.33.

Team News: Los Angeles FC

Regarding absentees, there’s just the lone fitness concern for the Los Angeles FC boss Bob Bradley to be concerned with thanks to an almost full-strength group of players. Kwadwo Opoku (Knee Injury) misses out.

Team News: Minnesota United

Minnesota Utd manager Adrian Heath has not got a full squad to pick from. Michael Boxall (Hamstring Injury) and Ike Opara (Concussion) are not ready for selection.


We feel that Los Angeles FC should see a lot of the ball and convert quite a few goal-scoring opportunities.

In contrast, Minnesota United will be up against it to score themselves but do we see them hitting back at some stage here, too.

We’re therefore anticipating a fairly comfortable 3-1 margin for Los Angeles FC by the time that the referee blows the final whistle.

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