Vancouver Whitecaps Vs Real Salt Lake Prediction Odds And Where To Bet


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Vancouver Whitecaps have only lost once in five previous matches. However, the away team is the favorite to win this weekend. The away side has lost seven matches this season while they have won seven.

Vancouver Whitecaps are slowly pushing up the table and have moved from the bottom of the Supporters’ Shield standings to 25th – 4 places up – in their last five matches. They have picked up 10 points from those matches and are looking to keep their good run going.

Salt Lake aiming for the Top

Real Salt Lake. They are looking to finish 2nd this weekend, as no other side is playing because of the international break. The only match that they lost was to Nashville SC. They’ve won four out of five matches.

These two sides have played out some interesting matches, with the last draw between them coming in 2014. Since then, they have played 17 games, and Vancouver has won 10 times.

In the five previous meetings, Vancouver has won three times, and Real Salt Lake twice. We could see another 4+ goal game in this week’s meeting.

Vancouver Whitecaps Want To Continue Their Good Run

The Vancouver Whitecaps have had one of the worst start to their season. Although they won only one of the first eight games, they are slowly improving.

They started the season with Columbus Crew, where they were defeated 4-0 the first weekend. Jakob Nerwinski was sent to the sidelines for the away team, while Lucas Zelarayan and Luis Diaz scored for the home team, as did Derrick Etienne Junior, Miguel Berry, and Luis Diaz. The home team continued the good work by holding New York City FC, their defending champions to a draw in their opening game.

Houston Dynamo provided them with hope after some poor defending and conceding the first. Lucas Cavallini scored in the 14th minute, but Whitecaps could not keep the lead for 20 minutes. Darwin Quintero equalized in the 33rd minute and then went on to make it 2-1 early in the second half. Canadian players did not respond and the match was lost.

The Vancouver team was beaten 3-1 by the Canadian side in their next match. After Tristan Blackmon’s goal, Vancouver lost another advantage. Carlos Vela scored two goals and Ryan Hollingshead got one.

The Whitecaps’ quest for victory ended with Ryan Raposo scoring the only goal against Sporting Kansas City. They did not dominate possession but managed 12 shots and defended well to get the three points.

However, they lost to CF Montreal and Austin FC in the next three matches. After a win against Toronto, they picked up another point in their match with San Jose Earthquakes mid-April.

Looking up Vancouver has won two of the last three league matches and lost one. They picked up a 2-1 win over FC Dallas at home after Lucas Cavallini scored in the 92nd minute. They were 1-0 down at halftime as Paul Arriola scored in the final minute of injury time, but a goal from Brian White put them level in the 71st minute.

They couldn’t repeat their magic against Charlotte FC, as this was exactly the opposite. Tosaint Richardts took the lead for the hosts in the second minute, but they couldn’t hold it on long. The newcomers equalized just 6 minutes later via Andre Shinyashiki and then scored the winner in the 85th minute to seal the win. Charlotte was able to hold on and secure all three points thanks to a solid defense. Daniel Rios scored the final goal in the second minute. Vancouver won another game against Sporting Kansas City by one goal. From the penalty spot, Lucas Cavallini scored the goal that separated the teams, which have struggled this season.

Injuries and Suspensions Brian White remain in doubt, while Tristan Blackmon, Tristan Blackmon, Russell Teibert and Thomas Hasal are out.

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Real Salt Lake Should Win The team in form and should get the win Real Salt Lake has been performing well since the beginning of the season. They have had three losses but have done well in all other games. After a draw with Houston Dynamo, they won 1-0 against Seatle Sounders to start their season. Real’s dominance was enough to score the only goal in the first half. Bobby Wood had the goal, however.

They won the next two games against New England Revolution, Nashville SC and then suffered a disappointing run. Sporting Kansas City lost them 1-0, and they then draw with Colorado Rapids FC and Toronto FC. New York City FC, the defending champions of the tournament, thrashed them 6-1.

Not Always Pretty Real Salt Lake has been inconsistent in the last five matches, but they have achieved good results. After being completely dominated, they won a win at home over LA Galaxy with a smash and grab. Despite having just 36% possession, Marcelo Silva’s goal early in the second half was enough to get them the three points.

They couldn’t do much at Nashville SC, and lost 2-0. Dave Romney scored after the hour mark, and Charles Sapong sealed the win in the 92nd minute. To win the match against Austin FC, they needed another goal in the final minute. Alexander Ring was the first to score, but Daniel Pereira Gil’s yellow card won the match. Andrew Brody and Maikel Chang sealed victory in the second period.

Dominance at Last

Djordje Mikilovic’s first goal for CF Montreal. However, Real Salt Lake was able to come back and win the third point. Real won the match with a close victory thanks to Sergio Cordova and Justen Glad.

Pablo Mastroeni’s men put in a dominant performance last week when they took on Houston Dynamo. Justen Glad, Sergio Cordova, and Bobby Wood all scored a score of 3-0 to secure a win.

Injuries and Suspensions Erik Holt are questionable, while Damir Kreilach and Zack Farnsworth and Jonathan Diego Menendez are out.

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How to Watch Vancouver Whitecaps vs Real Salt Lake

Vancouver Whitecaps vs Real Salt Lake Information Teams Vancouver Whitecaps vs Real Salt Lake Location BC Place Time Saturday, June 4 at 7pm How to watch TSN, MLS LIVE on ESPN+, KMYU

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