LA Galaxy Vs Minnesota United – La Galaxy Have The Upper Hand


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LA Galaxy vs Minnesota United. Prediction

LA Galaxy has the advantage over Minnesota United, who have only lost once in their history. They have beaten them seven times in 11 meetings, drawing thrice. They have drawn twice in their last two matches. The teams drew 3-3 at Dignity Health Sports Park last season, before drawing 1-1 in Minnesota this season.

Minnesota United won the match against LA Galaxy earlier in the season, but they needed to score a goal late in the game to earn a point. They had 17 shots, eight on target, and three big chances, but could not muster a win at the Allianz Field.

Galaxy enjoyed 57 percent of the possession and managed to take the lead in the 83rd minute via a penalty. Sacha Kljestan was there to help and they made no mistakes from the spot. However, the home side could not keep the lead even with seven minutes remaining. Robin Lod scored in the 87th minute for the home side to share the points back in May.

Last Season’s Thriller The draw marked the second time in a row that these sides had shared points. They drew 3-3 last season. Last season’s thriller saw three goals per half and a missed penalty at the final whistle.

Adrien Hunou opened the scoring in the 22nd minute for Minnesota before Robin Lod doubled the lead in the 34th minute. LA Galaxy had to score a goal in the first half of play to keep momentum going. They did.

Sebastian Lletget scored during injury time to cut the gap before the half-time break. Six minutes into the restart Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez tied the score at 2-2, but the team could not go on to win. Minnesota took the lead again with Julian Araujo scoring his own goal just after the hour mark. However, that didn’t last very long. Chicharito got his second of the game in the 75th minute to make it an exciting finish to the match. Franco Fragapane got a penalty for Minnesota in the 89th minute, but he hit the woodwork, and the game ended 3-3.

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LA Galaxy Wants to Recover from the US Open Cup. The

LA Galaxy are not at their best, as was evident in last week’s league matches. After a disappointing performance, they were beaten by Sacramento Republic. Despite having the most shots and the majority of ball, the MLS team lost 2-1.

The loss is a blow to their confidence. The Galaxy players, who had won only one match in the league’s last five rounds, would hope to improve their confidence by playing against USL.

However, the USL team advanced to the next round. In the last five league matches, Galaxy have lost twice and drawn as many times – dropping 10 points in the process. The Galaxy’s poor start began with an at-home loss to FC Dallas.

A Poor Start

Jesus Ferreira scored a brace, and Paul Arriola added another inside the first 25 minutes of the game to stun the home fans. Douglas Costa managed to pull one back for Galaxy in the 67th minute, but they could not get another goal to put more pressure on the Texas side and ended up losing the match.

The loss was followed in a draw against Minnesota United. This is the team they will face again this week. They took the lead in the 83rd minute of the match via Sacha Kljestan’s penalty but they still managed to drop points by conceding a to Robin Lod in the 87th minute and drawing the match. Their poor performance continued, and Houston Dynamo defeated them at home. Sebastian Ferreira, Tyler Pasher and Thorleifur Ulfarsson scored the goals for the away side and sealed a comfortable win, despite having just 27% of the ball.

A Change but Still Shaky LA Galaxy won against Los Angeles FC at the US Open Cup. They then beat Austin FC 4-1 in league play. They won the match with a brace by Dejan Joveljic, a Javier Hernandez goal and Efrain alvarez goal.

However, they lost their winning streak to Portland Timbers in the following match. Yimmi Chara was the scorer for the away team in the first period, while LA Galaxy had to be saved by Dejan Joveljic’s late goal.

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Injuries and Suspensions Sacha Kljestan, Adam Saldana and Douglas Costa are ruled out.

Minnesota United Wants to Close in on the Playoff Spots

Minnesota United is currently five points behind the playoff places and must close the gap quickly. Their last three league matches have been disappointing and they haven’t performed at their best. They face LA Galaxy on Saturday, which is a team against whom they have a 3-match unbeaten streak. The caveat though is that they have beaten them just once in 11 meetings so far.

Minnesota has only four points from their last five matches. They were defeated by FC Dallas and LA Galaxy. Although they had more chances and shots than Galaxy, Minnesota needed to score a goal late in the match to earn a point. Minnesota United conceded from the spot in the 83rd minute, but Robin Lod rescued a point for them, four minutes later.

No Change in Fortune Lod was again the hero for them against FC Dallas. DJ Taylor gave them the lead early in the game. Paul Arriola scored one for Texas, but it was not enough to ignite a comeback. The away team defended strongly and held their lead.

Minnesota lost the three remaining matches. New York City FC beat them, but Inter Miami and New England also won the match. They were fortunate that each game ended in a 1-0 draw. NYCFC was able to hold a clean slate against Minnesota. The other sides lost 2-1. Adrian Heath’s side sit 22nd in the league right now with 18 points from 16 matches.

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Injuries and Suspensions

Hassani Dotson and Romain Metanire are all ruled out.

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How to Watch LA Galaxy vs Minnesota United

LA Galaxy vs Minnesota United Information Teams LA Galaxy vs Minnesota United Location Dignity Health Sports Park, California Time Wednesday, June 29 at 10. 30pm EST How to watch MLS LIVE on ESPN+, MLS LIVE on DAZN, Spectrum SportsNet, Bally Sports North EXTRA, The CW – Twin Cities

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