Nashville vs Minnesota United Betting Tips – MLS – On its debut year in the MLS
Nashville vs Minnesota United- the Nashville team has been running a balanced campaign in the overall analysis of its participation arriving at this moment of the regular phase of the North American league occupying the 10th place of the table in the Eastern Conference, with the same 17 points (4W, 5D, 5L, 11-14GS/GC) of Atlanta United and Montreal Impact.
With only one defeat in the last eight games played, coach Gary Smith sees his team reach this match after three consecutive games without losing, having drawn most recently in the Houston Dynamo reception (1-1), and last weekend at New England Revolution (0-0).
The ones from Minnesota have greater responsibilities and they have been fulfilling their role pretty well, result of a quite balanced campaign that allows them to be fully within the discussion for the top spots of the league table in the Western Conference, where they are currently 4th with 22 points (6W, 4D, 5L, 26-21GS/GC), one more than FC Dallas and Los Angeles FC and one less than Sporting Kansas City.
In the last Saturday to Sunday dawn, Adrian Heat’s pupils broke a sequence of four straight games without winning (draws with Real Salt Lake and Houston Dynamo and defeats against Sporting Kansas City and Columbus Crew), after winning in the reception to Cincinnati by 2-0.
Even though these are two teams with different arguments, the home factor may come to be determinant for a good performance by Nashville, which, at their venue, have been causing a lot of trouble against practically all of their opponents.
Minnesota are a fragile team when performing away from home but they will certainly try to take advantage of the “hype” achieved with last Saturday’s return to wins so they can try to incur in a good momentum.
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Nashville vs Minnesota United – Betting Tips:
Although Nashville are a more defensively cohesive side and doesn’t force too much in attack, Minnesota attacks a lot and defends poorly, so I’m expecting a tight game with some goal chances, in what will be the first time in history that both teams face each other.
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