Minnesota United are once again on the road after their excellent display last time against Saint Louis City FC. Minnesota United will battle Chicago Fire at the Soldier Field in this match. Chicago Fire have played 3 matches at home this season and have not been beaten on home soil. They will be hoping they can maintain that incredible home record here. Chicago Fire played a goalless 0-0 draw with DC United on this ground in their last match. Are we going to see a similar ending in this match?Grab Your Signup Bonus
Chicago Fire (DWDLD)
Chicago Fire have not had the brightest start to the season, but they have managed to lose just 1 game in all 5 matches played. They have had 1 win, 3 draws and 1 defeat. Now they face a side who just grabbed an away win against one of the top performers this season. Chicago Fire played a 0-0 draw against DC United in their last match and in that match, Chicago Fire had 58% possession, 2 shots on target and 9 corner kicks played at the end of 90 minutes.
Chicago Fire are currently in 11th position in the eastern conference, with 6 points from 5 matches played. They won 1, drew 3 and lost 1 and have a goal ratio of 7:7.
Team Streak: no losses (3), first to concede (5/7), less than 4.5 cards (8/10).
Minnesota United (WDWDW)
Minnesota United are doing very well so far in the season and they were incredible in their last match, beating Saint Louis City 1-0 in the process. Minnesota have recorded 3 wins and 2 draws in all 5 matches played. They are one of the few teams that are yet to lose a single match this season.
Minnesota United had to be on top of their game when they faced Saint Louis City last weekend. Although they came off with 45% possession and registered only 1 shot on target and 4 corner kicks at the end of 90 minutes. Luis Amarilla scored the only goal from the penalty spot in the 78th minute to earn Minnesota all 3 points.
Minnesota United are now 4th in the western conference, with 11 points from 5 matches. They won 3 and drew 2 and they have a goal ratio of 6:3.
Team Streak: no losses (5), less than 2.5 goals (5/6), first to concede (4/5).
Head to Head
Chicago and Minnesota have only played each other 7 times throughout history. In that time, Minnesota United won 3 matches, while Chicago Fire won 2 matches and 2 matches ended in a draw.
- Minnesota United have no losses in the last 3 meetings.
- There were more than 2.5 goals scored in 5/7 meetings.
- There were less than 4.5 cards shown in 5/7 meetings.
- Chicago Fire (4-2-3-1): Chris Brady, Arnaud Souquet, Carlos Teran, Rafael Czichos, Jonathan Dean, Fabian Herbers, Gaston Gimenez, Maren Haile-Selassie, Brian Gutierrez, Chris Mueller, Kacper Przybyblko.
- Minnesota United (4-4-2): Dayne St. Clair, Kemar Lawrence, Miguel Tapias, Michael Boxall, D.J. Taylor, Franco Fragapane, Kervin Arriaga, Wil Trapp, Bongokuhle Hlogwane, Luis Amarilla, Mender Garcia.
Expert Betting Tips
Minnesota United are the better team in this match by a mile in every aspect. And it won’t be a surprise to them to grab another win against Chicago Fire here. Chicago Fire are not doing bad too and they have been formidable at home. Not exciting but they find a way to take something from a match. I think we should expect a very close game with a very low scoreline.
- Bet on Under 3.5 Goals at 1.65 Odds
- Bet on 1st Half Under 1.5 Goals at 1.68 Odds
- Bet on Correct Score 0-1 at 6.8 Odds
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