Minnesota United to win is 4/5.
Both teams to score is 8/13.
Minnesota United to win and both teams to score is 12/5.
After both won last weekend, who will continue to enjoy that winning feeling?
Minnesota United’s fantastic form continued as they beat Houston Dynamo 2-1 at PNC Stadium.
Franco Fragapane and then Bongokuhle Hlongwane on target down in Texas.
So, the Loons have now taken 16 points from the last 18 available, only failing to beat SKC since 25 June.
This has propelled Adrian Heath’s men up to third in the west; the club’s highest finish to date is fourth.
Portland Timbers meantime are just below the dotted line, despite a comeback victory over San Jose.
Jarosław Niezgoda equalising in the most fortuitous of circumstances at Providence Park before Dairon Asprilla’s towering header sealed the points.
This means, like their hosts, Giovanni Savarese’s team are unbeaten in six, winning four of them.
However, the Timbers remain eight, just below the play-off places.
Will either unbeaten sequence be shattered at Allianz Field?