Market: Both teams score
Chance: 2/3 @ 888sport
In a match that could see a number of chances on both ends of the midweek pitch, Los Angeles will host Minnesota in the early hours of Thursday morning.
Starting with the hosts, despite the much-needed comeback at home last weekend, there’s no doubt Los Angeles would have been disappointed to have picked up just one point. Knowing he had missed a golden opportunity, head coach Bob Bradley had to watch his team come back two goals against Vancouver on Sunday. Ultimately, having to settle for a 2-2 draw at Banc of California Stadium, the former United States manager saw his side fail to recover from that 2-1 defeat to Portland Timbers earlier this month. . Looking to find a welcome boost and extend their buffer in the final series locations, Los Angeles fans should at least be boosted by Carlos Vela’s extended purple patch. Finding once again the goal against Vancouver at the weekend, the former Arsenal has scored a goal in his last three games in a spin.
As for the visitors, despite a 1-0 defeat to Portland at home over the weekend, Minnesota were able to wrap up their showy comeback. Ultimately, achieving what was a well-deserved 2-1 win at Allianz Field thanks to a couple of goals at the end of the second half, the Loons are once again referred to as an exceptional choice to clinch another spot in the Final Series. Claiming streak wins and bouncing back from that defeat at Colorado earlier this month, Adrian Heath’s team tasted defeat in just one of their last 10 straight MLS games. With that run dating back to May 9, we may have another lively relationship between the midweek hands. With Thursday’s opponents drawing 1-1 the last time they faced each other, we support both teams to find the net here.
Bet: Both teams will score Los Angeles FC v Minnesota United 2/3 for Thursday’s MLS match @ 888sport