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MLS Predict 6 presented by BetMGM: Your complete Round 15 guide

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Match #1: Orlando City SC vs. New York Red Bulls

ORL win Draw RBNY win
30 points 40 points 40 points
Predict the action: Total goals (20 points)
  • Orlando City SC extended their MLS club-record undefeated streak to eight matches, reaching a scoreless draw with FC Dallas at Toyota Stadium.
  • The Red Bulls hit for a season-high four goals for a second consecutive game, defeating the Montréal Impact 4-1 at Red Bull Arena.
  • Danny Royer scored a goal, his fourth of the season, and also added a pair of assists, now with three for the year. It was the first multiple-assist game of his MLS career
  • All-time Series: RBNY lead 6W - 4L - 1D; ORL 15 goals scored, RBNY 18 goals scored
  • Kickoff: Saturday, October 3 at 4:30 pm ET
  • Watch on: FOX, FOX Deportes in US; MLS LIVE on DAZN in Canada

Match #2: Toronto FC vs. Philadelphia Union

TOR win Draw PHI win
30 points 40 points 40 points
Predict the action: First club to score (10 points)
  • Toronto FC won a second consecutive game and extended their undefeated streak to four matches, defeating Columbus Crew SC 3-1 at Rentschler Field in Hartford, Conn.
  • The Union stretched their undefeated streak to five matches with a fourth win in that time, knocking off Inter Miami CF 3-0 at Subaru Park.
  • Alejandro Pozuelo scored for a third consecutive game, now with six goals on the season, and added his league-leading ninth assist of the season, while Union Homegrown Anthony Fontana scored for the fourth time in the last four games.
  • All-time Series: TOR lead 10W - 7L - 6D; TOR 34 goals scored, PHI 29 goals scored
  • Kickoff: Saturday, October 3 at 7:30 pm ET
  • Watch on: TSN 1/4 in Canada; MLS LIVE on ESPN+ in US

Match #3: Inter Miami CF vs. New York City FC

MIA win Draw NYC win
30 points 40 points 40 points
Predict the action: First player to score (25 points)
  • Inter Miami suffered a 3-0 loss in their last match, to the Philadelphia Union at Subaru Park.
  • New York City FC won for a fourth time in five matches in home games at Red Bull Arena, defeating FC Cincinnati 4-0 on Saturday evening. Alexandru Mitrita scored a pair of goals, his first of the season, the opener coming after 30 seconds, the earliest goal in a game in the club’s history.
  • The teams are meeting for the second time this season and in their histories. Ismael Tajouri-Shradi netted the game’s only goal in the 64th minute to give NYCFC the win during group play at the MLS is Back Tournament on July 20.
  • All-time Series: NYC lead 1W - 0L - 0D; MIA 0 goals scored, NYC 1 goal scored
  • Kickoff: Saturday, October 3 at 8:00 pm ET
  • Watch on: MLS LIVE on ESPN+ in US; on DAZN in Canada

Match #4: FC Dallas vs. Columbus Crew SC

DAL win Draw CLB win
30 points 40 points 30 points
Predict the action: Halftime score (30 points - both team, 10 points - one team)
  • FC Dallas took points for a fourth match out of their last five, playing to a scoreless draw with Orlando City SC at Toyota Stadium.
  • Crew SC saw their six-game undefeated run put to an end, falling 3-1 to Toronto FC at Rentschler Field in Hartford, Conn. on Sunday evening.
  • The three goals conceded marked the first time Crew SC had allowed three goals in a game since May 25, 2019, a 3-2 loss at Colorado, a span of 33 league matches.
  • All-time Series: CLB lead at 20W - 17L - 11D; DAL 63 goals scored, CLB 64 goals scored
  • Kickoff: Saturday, October 3 at 8:30 pm ET
  • Watch on: MLS LIVE on ESPN+ in US; on DAZN in Canada

Match #5: Seattle Sounders vs. Vancouver Whitecaps

SEA win Draw VAN win
10 points 50 points 50 points
Predict the action: Time of first goal (25 points)
  • Sounders FC won their third match in the last four, defeating the LA Galaxy 3-1 at Dignity Health Sports Park. The Whitecaps lost 1-0 to the Portland Timbers in a Whitecaps home game at Providence Park.
  • Sounders FC have a seven-game undefeated streak alive in the series, since the last Whitecaps FC win April 14, 2017, a 2-1 victory at BC Place. Seattle has won five of the seven league games in between, with two draws; Sounders FC also advanced in the MLS Cup Playoffs in 2017 with a goalless draw and a 2-0 win at home.
  • The teams have met the most times of any rivalry in soccer history in the USA and Canada. Since the clubs first met at Empire Stadium on June 9, 1974, in the old North American Soccer League, they have played 141 times over all competitions. The Sounders have won 68, the Whitecaps 50, and there have been 23 draws.
  • All-time Series: SEA lead 11W - 7L - 6D; SEA 37 goals scored, VAN 27 goals scored
  • Kickoff: Saturday, October 3 at 10:00 pm ET
  • Watch on: TSN 1/4 in Canada; MLS LIVE on ESPN+ in US

Match #6: San Jose Earthquakes vs. LA Galaxy

SJ win Draw  LA win
30 points 40 points 30 points
Predict the action: Full time score (30 points - both teams, 10 points - one team)
  • The Quakes put an end to an eight-game winless slide, getting a stoppage-time goal from Jackson Yueill for a 2-1 win against LAFC at Banc of California Stadium. The Galaxy suffered a third consecutive defeat, losing at home to the Seattle Sounders 3-1. 
  • The teams are meeting for the third time this season. Cristian Pavón and Sebastian Lletget each scored goals late in the second half to lead the Galaxy to a 3-2 win Aug. 29 at Dignity Health Sports Park; they reached a goalless draw Sept. 13 at Earthquakes Stadium.
  • Known as the California Clásico, the Galaxy and Earthquakes have met 88 times in all competitions. In regular season play, the Galaxy have won 32 times and the Quakes 24, with 16 draws, since their first meeting April 28, 1996.
  • All-time Series: LA lead 31W - 24L - 15D; SJ 102 goals scored, LA 113 goals scored
  • Kickoff: Saturday, October 3 at 10:30 pm ET
  • Watch on: MLS LIVE on ESPN+ in US; MLS LIVE on DAZN in Canada

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