Will Minnesota United’s exceptional form continue?
Last weekend, the Loons beat the Western Conference’s second-placed team Austin FC 2-1 at Allianz Field.
Emanuel Reynoso converting a penalty before Franco Fragapane bagged the winner.
So, Adrian Heath’s side are now up to fourth in the west, having won seven of their last ten, and are finding form at just the right time.
Only LAFC have taken more points from their last ten matches.
One of these victories came in Houston last month, making a home victory in this one likely.
The Dynamo finally ended their four match losing streak last weekend, but left it incredibly late.
Sebastián Ferreira’s 96th minute penalty snatched a point against Colorado Rapids at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park.
Nevertheless, having only won one of their last ten, Paulo Nagamura’s team are 13th in the west, eight points below the play-off line.
Thus, anything other than a home win in St. Paul would be a surprise.