Chicago Fire Vs LA Galaxy Prediction Odds And Picks

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Chicago Fire has lost only once this season to LA Galaxy Prediction Chicago Fire. However, the losses have been very costly. They have managed to get just two wins in their 6 matches, which has seen them slip to 13th in the league table, which isn’t the best position for a team that has played much better than their standing would suggest.

LA Galaxy have managed to achieve good results. After winning 4 out of 6 matches , they are now 3rd on the league table. The away team will go into the match with confidence and should win. The last time they lost to Chicago Fire was back in 2010, and it was a 3-2 defeat at home. Chicago won three of the four previous meetings against LA Galaxy, but they have been struggling since.

We think it will be easier for LA Galaxy to win than for Chicago Fire. They should win to maintain their impressive conference run. We support them.

Chicago Fire’s Unbeaten Run is Over. But, the Performances remain The Same

Chicago Fire had an unbeaten start to their season. After Ercan Kara broke through a defense that was one short, they lost 1-0 to Detroit Lions. After picking up two yellow cards, Brian Gutierrez saw his team being sent off for the Fire in the first period.

Orlando had complete control from the beginning and the red card allowed them to get closer to their goal. Kara was able to score the only goal in the match as Chicago Fire couldn’t muster any offensive.

The loss wasn’t surprising considering Erza Hendrickson’s team has only managed to get a fraction of the points that they have so far. In their six first matches of the season, they have only managed three goalsless draws and scored 5 goals. Their defense has been solid and they have conceded only twice. This could be a positive for the team long-term, provided that the offensive performance is strong enough to score the needed goals.

The problem for Chicago Fire this season is in their attack and midfield, which have had a poor chance of creating and converting chances. Stats show that passes in opposition halves have been very ineffective. They have a 66% success rate in the opponent’s half, and that has led to a lot of counter attacks against them. Hendrickson will have to deal with the loss of possession in certain areas as the season goes on.

Chicago are averaging over 10 shots a game this season so far, despite their poor results in front of goal. They manage on average 3 shots per game on the target, which means that the forwards don’t have the skills to maximize their chances.

The goal drought and misplaced passes around a box have led to the forwards shooting quite a lot from outside of the box. They have taken 26 shots from far off – just 8 fewer than the ones they have taken from inside. Their shots taken from the outside were not effective as they have scored all of their goals inside the box.

Kacper przybylko is the club’s highest scorer and has scored twice in this season. Xherdan Shahiri is not yet able to get on the right track. The former Liverpool player has scored just one goal and has not assisted a goal.

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LA Galaxy Search for More convincing score lines

LA Galaxy were eliminated from the playoffs last year and want to be back at the top. Their start to this season was not great, but they’ve been fighting hard, and getting a lot more results than their competitors.

They needed to score a goal late by Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez in order to win their first match of the season. The 90th minute goal was enough to be New York City FC, and that should have been a confidence booster.

However, the team couldn’t do much against Charlotte FC. They needed another late goal in order to win. Efrain Alvarez scored the goal, although they had a few more chances.

Reality was finally achieved when the Seattle Sounders broke through the LA Galaxy defence. Galaxy took the lead via Chicharito in the 6th minute, but Galaxy couldn’t do more. Fredy Montero and Jordan Morris scored against the flow of play to make it 2 to 1 before the half-time break. Douglas Costa pulled Galaxy back on level terms right after the break, but Xavier Arreaga’s goal in the 72nd minute, against the run of play, was enough for the Sounders to pick up the win.

Orlando City also used the Sounders’ “sit-back-and counter” strategy against Galaxy to win. Facundo Torres scored in the 9th minute of the game, and the Galaxy were unable to get anything past the away defense despite having 20 shots at goal. They had more than 60% of the possession in both games too, but could not turn that advantage into a single point across both games.

Greg Vanney and Chicharito scored early goals to break their losing streak. Bill Tuiloma also contributed an own goal. Chicharito scored a goal for Galaxy in the second period to bring them back into the game.

Galaxy won a crucial win against LAFC and gained a lot of confidence. They will look to continue the momentum this weekend.

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How to Watch Chicago Fire vs LA Galaxy

Chicago Fire vs LA Galaxy Information Teams Chicago Fire vs LA Galaxy Location Soldier Field Time Saturday, April 16 at 8 pm EST How to watch MLS LIVE on ESPN+, MLS LIVE on DAZN, WGN-TV

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