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MLS Predict 6 presented by BetMGM: Your complete Round 19 guide

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  1. Visit predict6.mlssoccer.com/picks
  2. Pick the outcome of the six matches for the round. You can select win, loss, or draw. Underdog outcomes are worth more points than favorites.
  3. Next, predict the action. Predict match action to gain additional points and compete for the jackpot. Example: Who scores first?
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Match #1: FC Dallas vs. Houston Dynamo

WHO WILL WIN?
DAL win Draw HOU win
30 points 40 points 40 points
Predict the action: Halftime score (30 points - both teams, 10 points - one team)
  • There's historically little that separates the Texas rivals, since their all-time league meetings are split with a 12W-12L-14D record. Even this year, they're 1W-1L-1D against each other.
  • The odds might favor FC Dallas, since they've lost only one of their last 22 home matches. Meanwhile, Houston have won only two of their last 25 away matches.
  • Houston face long odds to make the playoffs, while FC Dallas are currently in sixth place in the Western Conference.
  • All-time Series: Tied at 12W - 12L - 14D; DAL 58 goals scored, HOU 54 goals scored
  • Kickoff: Saturday, October 31 at 3:30 pm ET
  • Watch on: Univision, TUDN, Twitter in US; MLS LIVE on DAZN in Canada

Match #2: Columbus Crew SC vs. Philadelphia Union

WHO WILL WIN?
CLB win Draw PHI win
30 points 40 points 40 points
Predict the action: Full time score (30 points - both teams, 10 points - one team)
  • While Philadelphia are closing in on the Supporters' Shield, they've taken one point from their last five trips to Columbus and failed to score in any of those games.
  • Columbus will need to tighten up defensively, having failed to post a shutout in eight straight matches. Even still, they've allowed a league-low 17 goals this season.
  • Key injuries could shape this match, with Columbus coping without striker Gyasi Zardes and Union goalkeeper Andre Blake suffering a right-hand fracture midweek.
  • All-time Series: CLB lead 14W - 9L - 3D; CLB 35 goals scored, PHI 34 goals scored
  • Kickoff: Sunday, November 1 at 3:30 pm ET
  • Watch on: ABC in US; TSN in Canada

Match #3: New York City FC vs. New York Red Bulls

WHO WILL WIN?
NYC win Draw RBNY win
20 points 40 points 40 points
Predict the action: First club to score (10 points)
  • The Red Bulls have made a habit of scoring late, with Aaron Long nabbing an 89th-minute game-winner in last weekend's 1-0 win over the New England Revolution. Before then, it was a pair of stoppage-time equalizers from Brian White.
  • While his MLS career has been inconsistent, NYCFC midfielder Jesus Medina has scored in each of his last two NYCFC games. The last Cityzens attacker to score in three straight matches was Heber during the 2019 campaign.
  • Looking at the rivalry, NYCFC have won four of the past five contests at Yankee Stadium after losing the first two meetings by a combined 10-1 scoreline.
  • All-time Series: RBNY lead 8W - 5L - 2D; RBNY 30 goals scored, NYC 16 goals scored
  • Kickoff: Sunday, November 1 at 7:00 pm ET
  • Watch on: MLS LIVE on ESPN+ in US; MLS LIVE on DAZN in Canada

Match #4: Sporting Kansas City vs. Minnesota United FC

WHO WILL WIN?
SKC win Draw MIN win
20 points 40 points 40 points
Predict the action: Total goals (20 points)
  • Sporting are undefeated in three games (2W-0L-1D) and have posted back-to-back shutouts. During that stretch, goalkeeper Tim Melia set a club record for saves.
  • Sporting have won all five of their matches against Minnesota at Children’s Mercy Park, outscoring the Loons 11-1 in those games.
  • After sitting out their midweek game against the Colorado Rapids because of a "gentleman's agreement," Minnesota will look for Kei Kamara to possibly bag his second goal after a mid-year trade.
  • All-time Series: SKC lead at 6W - 3L - 2D; SKC 17 goals scored, MIN 10 goals scored
  • Kickoff: Sunday, November 1 at 7:30 pm ET
  • Watch on: MLS LIVE on ESPN+ in US; MLS LIVE on DAZN in Canada

Match #5: Toronto FC vs. Inter Miami CF

WHO WILL WIN?
TOR win Draw MIA win
30 points 40 points 40 points
Predict the action: Who scores first (25 points)
  • Amid a rash of injuries to their starting lineup, Toronto have lost back-to-back matches and been outscored 6-0. The Reds haven’t lost three straight matches since October 2018.
  • An MLS-high 19 of Inter Miami's 21 games have been decided by one goal or drawn. Further, all six of the expansion club's wins this year have been by one goal.
  • All-time Series: First all-time meeting
  • Kickoff: Sunday, November 1 at 7:30 pm ET
  • Watch on: TSN in Canada; MLS LIVE on ESPN+ in US

Match #6: San Jose Earthquakes vs. LAFC

WHO WILL WIN?
SJ win Draw  LAFC win
40 points 40 points 30 points
Predict the action: Time of first goal (25 points)
  • Chris Wondolowski bagged a brace against Real Salt Lake during San Jose's 2-0 win midweek, his 24th career MLS match with multiple goals. Only Landon Donovan (32) has more.
  • Diego Rossi has a league-leading 13 goals on the year, and his latest came in the 9th minute against Houston. It was the fourth time in his MLS career he’s scored in the first 10 minutes.
  • All-time Series: LAFC lead 5W - 1L - 0D; LAFC 21 goals scored, SJ 6 goals scored
  • Kickoff: Sunday, November 1 at 10:30 pm ET
  • Watch on: MLS LIVE on ESPN+ in US; MLS LIVE on DAZN in Canada
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