Atlanta vs. DC United (Sunday, 12.30am)
We say: Atlanta United 1-1 DC United
Atlanta have been strong at home this season, winning five of their eight matches, but DC United have picked up points in five of their nine games on their travels, and we just have a feeling that a tight game on Saturday will finish with the points being shared.
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Charlotte FC vs. Seattle (Sunday, 12.30am)
We say: Charlotte FC 1-1 Seattle Sounders
Seattle's recent form has not been particularly impressive, but Charlotte are losing a lot of games at the moment. We were close to backing an away win here, but Charlotte have won five of their last six matches in all competitions at home, so a low-scoring draw is the pick for this contest.
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Montreal vs. Minnesota Utd (Sunday, 12.30am)
Le CFM earned just a single point on their recent two-game road trip, losing 3-0 at the Philadelphia Union in their previous league fixture, while the Loons managed to salvage a point in their last encounter versus Toronto (1-1).
We say: CF Montreal 1-2 Minnesota United
We expect the Loons to be rejuvenated while looking more dynamic with their star Argentinian back on the field, and that could spell trouble for a Montreal side that have not shown an ability to consistently prevent goals most of the year.
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New England vs. Inter Miami (Sunday, 12.30am)
Inter Miami make the trip to New England Revolution on Saturday night in what will be their first MLS fixture since announcing the signing of Lionel Messi.
At a time when the visitors sit bottom of the Eastern Conference, New England are fourth but on one of the worst runs of form in the division.
We say: New England Revolution 2-1 Inter Miami
With it being open to perception whether the news of Messi's pending arrival will act as a catalyst or distraction, it is unclear whether the visitors will be capable of turning around their form in this match.
On that note, the best bet may be a narrow victory for the hosts, who have proven tough to beat despite their drop in standards.
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Orlando City vs. Colorado (Sunday, 12.30am)
The Lions have been solid in recent weeks and come into this match unbeaten in their last five after overcoming the New York Red Bulls 3-0 last week, while in complete contrast, the Rapids' stalemate against the Earthquakes meant that they have failed to win any of their last six in the league and seven in all competitions.
We say: Orlando City 2-1 Colorado Rapids
History shows that this is usually a very close matchup and there is little to suggest that this time will be any different. The hosts have good form coming into the encounter and will be determined to keep their unbeaten streak intact.
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Toronto vs. Nashville (Sunday, 12.30am)
Nashville SC can match their longest unbeaten run in club history when they travel to BMO Field on Saturday to face Toronto.
TFC were minutes away from collecting their first road victory of the MLS campaign last weekend only to draw Minnesota United 1-1, while the Boys in Gold extended their unbeaten run to eight matches with a 2-1 win over Dallas.
We say: Toronto 1-1 Nashville SC
All of the previous matches between these two have been decided by a goal or fewer, and we anticipate another tight one on Saturday between two clubs who have found a way to rack up some points in recent weeks.
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Chicago Fire vs. Columbus Crew (Sunday, 1.30am)
Frank Klopas's team suffered a 4-1 US Open Cup defeat to the Houston Dynamo in their most recent affair, while the visitors put Charlotte to the sword 4-2.
We say: Chicago Fire 2-2 Columbus Crew
Chicago Fire may have exited the US Open cup with a whimper, but with Klopas sure to ring the changes, a 10th unbeaten home game in a row in MLS could be on the cards, especially given the Crew's miserable record on the road.
The visitors are still a force to be reckoned with in the final third, albeit while struggling for clean sheets at the other end of the field, and we can envisage a back-and-forth contest ending all square.
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Houston vs. Los Angeles (Sunday, 1.30am)
On the back of a painful defeat in the final of the CONCACAF Champions League, a faltering Los Angeles FC side travel to the Shell Energy Stadium to face the Houston Dynamo in Saturday's MLS showdown.
Ben Olsen's men thrashed the Columbus Crew 4-1 in their most recent knockout battle, while their visitors played out a goalless stalemate with Atalanta United after finishing runners-up to Leon in continental action.
We say: Houston Dynamo 1-1 Los Angeles FC
Neither the hosts nor the visitors will escape the effects of midweek fatigue this week, but Houston's penchant for clean sheets at home coupled with Los Angeles' recent shortcomings in front of goal means that the Black and Gold's struggles could continue at the Shell Energy Stadium.
Injuries are hardly helping the champions' cause either, but Guzan was the sole reason for their failure to score against Atlanta, and rectifying such errors in front of goal could see them walk away with a hard-earned point.
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Kansas vs. Austin (Sunday, 1.30am)
KC have taken seven points from the last nine available to inch up the table, and they could now leapfrog their visitors by beating them for the first time since 2021.
We say: Sporting Kansas City 1-0 Austin FC
Enjoying by far their best form of the season, Sporting Kansas City can ride the momentum of recent wins and take maximum points on home turf: Austin have conceded goals in each of their last four matches and have proved particularly vulnerable on the road.
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Salt Lake vs. NY City (Sunday, 2.30am)
Claret and Cobalt ended a two-match winless run in MLS play last weekend with a 2-1 victory at Austin FC, while the Pigeons could only manage a 0-0 draw at home to the New England Revolution.
We say: Real Salt Lake 2-1 New York City FC
While RSL have only had a few days to rest between matches, they are facing a side where morale is at an all-time low right now, with players having to feature out of their natural positions, which should benefit the home team this weekend.
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Earthquakes vs. Philadelphia (Sunday, 3.30am)
Philadelphia Union aim to extend their winning streak on Saturday, as the MLS Eastern Conference club visit their rivals from the West, San Jose Earthquakes.
After securing their third straight victory last time out, Union now aim to stay near the front of a strong chasing pack in the East; meanwhile, the Quakes also occupy a playoff place despite winning just one of their last five matches.
We say: San Jose Earthquakes 1-1 Philadelphia Union
Due to their defensive solidity, San Jose can stay unbeaten at home this season by restricting in-form Philadelphia to a low-scoring draw. The visitors boast a dangerous attack, but their hosts have shown more resilience of late and are particularly tough to beat at PayPal Park.
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Vancouver vs. Cincinnati (Sunday, 3.30am)
The Caps have points in eight straight MLS affairs on home soil, coming back to draw Sporting Kansas City late last weekend (1-1), while the Supporters' Shield leaders are unbeaten in their previous eight league fixtures altogether after blanking the Chicago Fire 1-0.
We say: Vancouver Whitecaps 0-1 FC Cincinnati
Cincy seem to know how to turn one point into three having done it many times already this season, and we believe their momentum will continue on Saturday.