Colorado have won their last three meetings with Minnesota, despite the fact the Loons won three of four meetings before this. The Rapids have won two of six visits to St. Paul, including a 3-1 victory last October.
Both teams to score is 3/4.
Draw and both teams to score is 10/3.
Luis Amarilla is 9/2 to break the deadlock and 15/8 to score anytime.
These two teams have identical MLS record so far: two wins, two draws and two defeats with a goal difference of zero.
Will there be anything to separate them in St. Paul?
Colorado Rapids finished as best in the west last season but, as mentioned, have endured a mixed start to the new campaign.
Robin Fraser's side lost for the first time since the opening day last weekend, going down 3-1 at Dallas, despite taking the lead through Diego Rubio.
This means the Rapids are winless in three, dating back to a 2-0 victory over SKC more than a month ago.
Minnesota United meanwhile had scored exactly once in their first five games of 2022, before that record ended with a 1-0 defeat to Austin FC last Sunday.
Adrian Heath's side had eight points after four matches but have since lost back-to-back games, following a 2-1 home reverse against Seattle.
Who will climb the table at Allianz Field?
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