Philadelphia Union to win is 13/20.
Philadelphia Union to win and both teams to score NO is 2/1.
Mikael Urhe is 9/2 to break the deadlock and 13/10 to score anytime.
Philadelphia Union are now up to second in the overall standings, so will their fantastic form continue?
Last weekend, Dániel Gazdag was the only scorer as the Union won 1-0 at Exploria Stadium against Orlando City.
So, Jim Curtin’s men have now won four consecutive matches, only losing once in MLS since mid-April.
This has seen them move to the top of the Eastern Conference, three points behind LAFC overall.
Philly have conceded just 15 goal from 22 matches, the joint-least of any team since Houston 15 years ago.
Coincidentally enough, it’s the Dynamo who visit Pennsyliva, although they’re not as strong as they once were.
El Naranja were beaten 2-1 by Minnesota United last weekend; Fafà Picault’s spectacular late strike a mere consolation.
So, Paulo Nagamura’s team are down in 11th in the west, having only won four of their last 16 games.
Thus, a home win seems more than likely at Subaru Park.