Ace Football presents detailed betting tips on the upcoming MLS games of the week.
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 24 of MLS.
Expect goals on both sides when Charlotte face Columbus
Charlotte have suffered back-to-back defeats against Toronto and Inter Miami in their latest MLS fixtures.
This weekend, they must host Columbus, who come into the game on the back of a goalless draw against New England.
Given Charlotte’s great goalscoring stats at their home stadium, we expect them to find the back of the net in the upcoming game.
Columbus, on the other hand, have scored more than twice in all but one of their last four games. Their recent attacking performances suggest they will also bounce back from their last week’s match by scoring against Charlotte.
Back Dallas to beat LA Galaxy on home soil
Dallas secured an impressive 1-0 win over Real Salt Lake on Sunday, climbing up to the fifth spot on the table.
Their performance revealed an improved defensive form, something they will need when facing LA Galaxy this weekend.
LA Galaxy come into the game on the back of their 2-0 win over Atlanta. However, their defensive stats away from home suggest they might struggle to keep a solid backline against Dallas.
On the other hand, Dallas’ consistent goalscoring stats in recent weeks convince us they will manage to outscore their opponents in the upcoming match.
Goals likely when Nashville take on Vancouver
Vancouver suffered a 3-1 defeat against Chicago as they slipped to tenth place on the table last weekend.
On Sunday, they must face Nashville, who come into the game on the back of a 1-1 draw against Cincinnati.
Having scored in their last eight games, Nashville will most likely find the back of the net against Vancouver’s out-of-form backline.
However, a combination of Vancouver’s consistent goal delivery and Nashville’s current defensive form suggests the guests won’t spend much time in their own half.
This will provide more chance for Nashville to score while increasing Vancouver’s ability to push for goals themselves.