Bank of America Stadium
Charlotte, NC, USA
Charlotte FC and Chicago Fire are both in the eastern conference and are very close to each other on the table. Charlotte FC welcome Chicago Fire to the Bank of America Stadium for the 13th match of the MLS campaign. Charlotte FC has picked up 15 points in 12 matches and they are in 12th place, while Chicago Fire have 14 points in 11 matches and they are 13th. Both teams are coming off wins in their last match. Charlotte FC won Atlanta United 3-1, while Chicago Fire won Saint Louis City 1-0.Grab Your Signup Bonus
Charlotte FC (WWWLW)
Charlotte FC extended their win streak to 3 matches in a row after beating Atlanta United 3-1 in their last game. In their last 5 matches, they had 4 wins and 1 defeat. Charlotte FC are in 12th place on the eastern conference table, with 15 points and a goal record of 16:22. They had 4 wins, 3 draws and 5 defeats in 12 games played.
In the win against Atlanta United away from home, Charlotte scored the opening goal in the 18th minute. Justin Meram scored from Ashley Westwood’s assist to give Charlotte FC the lead into the break. Atlanta United’s Andre Gutman was sent off in the 51st minute and Charlotte FC had enough time to capitalize as they scored two extra goals in the 52nd and 57th minute. And Juan Sanchez Purata helped Atlanta United pull one goal back in the 86th minute, but there was no way of getting back into the game and Charlotte FC won the game 3-1.
Team streak: wins (3), more than 2.5 goals (4/5), first to score (5/6), more than 4.5 cards (8/10), less than 10.5 corners (6/7).
Chicago Fire (WWLDW)
Chicago Fire extended their win streak to 2 after defeating Saint Louis City 1-0 in their last match. And in their last 5 matches, they had 3 wins, 1 draw and 1 defeat. Chicago Fire are currently in 13th spot in the eastern conference, with 14 points and a goal ratio of 14:16. They had 3 wins, 5 draws and 3 defeats in 11 matches played.
Chicago Fire put their feets to the ground against Saint Louis City in their last game and they were rewarded for it with a narrow win. The game was tight and chances were at the premium, but Chicago Fire managed to grab a goal in the 40th minute through Rafael Czichos. And in the second half both teams struggled to change the scoreline, but it ended in a 1-0 victory for Chicago Fire at full time. According to statistics Chicago Fire had 52% possession, 6 shots on target and 5 corner kicks.
Team streak: more than 2.5 goals (6/8), first to score (4/5), first half winner (4/5).
Head to Head
Charlotte FC and Chicago Fire have very little experience playing against each other as they have met only twice in their entire histories. Charlotte FC and Chicago Fire had 1 win each.
Expert Analysis and Tips
Charlotte FC have scored 16 goals and conceded 22 in 12 games this season. They scored an average of 1.3 goals per game and had a 13% conversion rate. They created an average of 1.4 chances per game and played an average of 10.4 shots per game. They played an average of 3.3 shots on target per game and an average of 4.8 corners per game. Defensively, they managed to concede an average of 1.8 goals per game and they have kept 1 clean sheet.
Chicago Fire have scored 14 goals and conceded 16 in 11 games this season. They scored an average of 1.3 goals per game and had a 11% conversion rate. They created an average of 1.5 chances per game and played an average of 11.3 shots per game. They played an average of 5.3 shots on target per game and an average of 4.5 corners per game. Defensively, they managed to concede an average of 1.5 goals per game and they have kept 2 clean sheets.
- Both Teams to Score in at least One Half at 2.07 Odds
- Both Teams to Score at 1.66 Odds
- More than 2.5 Goals at 1.79 Odds