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MLS 2022 Predictions: 3 Betting tips for this week (Matchday 13)

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Ace Football presents detailed betting tips on the upcoming MLS games of the weekend.

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As we prepare for another matchday of the Major League Soccer campaign, our experts take a look at the bookmakers’ predictions for the upcoming games.

Let’s check out three betting tips for Matchday 13 of MLS.

Goals likely when DC United host New York City

DC Miami drew 2-2 with Inter Miami on Sunday as they continued to struggle for consistency. The Washington side will take on New York City in their next MLS clash.

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The New Yorkers come into the game on the back of a 2-0 win over Columbus on Sunday. However, we don’t expect them to keep another clean sheet when they face DC United’s in-form attacking line.

On the other hand, the hosts’ recent defensive stats convince us that they will give away enough chances to their opponents in the upcoming game.

Expect goals on both sides when Vancouver meet FC Dallas

Vancouver have found a tough start to the season as they remain stranded in the 13th spot on the Western Conference table.

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A 3-3 draw against San Jose showcased what Vancouver lack to climb higher on the league table. Defensive instability has cost the Canadian side too many points this season, and we expect FC Dallas to take advantage of that this week.

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However, Dallas themselves have made only one clean sheet in their last six games. So, we expect both sides to find more than enough chances to score on Wednesday.

Expect goals when Nashville take on Montreal

Montreal remained on top of the Eastern Conference table with a 2-0 win over Charlotte on Sunday. The league leaders will face Nashville, who suffered their fourth defeat of the season against Houston Dynamo last weekend.

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We expect Montreal to push for a win at GEODIS Park, but that might provide more chances for the hosts on the counter-attacks.

Given Nashville’s brilliant home record in recent weeks, we expect to see an open game on Wednesday.