Minnesota United’s offense has been notoriously unforgiving in its last three MLS matches, scoring 13 goals (4.33 per match on average). These goals have helped them jointly top the Western Conference (WC) for matches featuring at least six and seven goals.
Furthermore, six straight competitive matches involving the aptly-named ‘Loons’ have featured at least four goals, while seeing both teams score. All but one of those matches featured at least one goal in the opening 15 minutes of play.
FC Dallas, meanwhile, are in rather mediocre form, and could drop out of their current play-off spot due to other teams having matches in hand. They do, however, boast a penchant for starting well, as they’ve scored the first goal in four of their last five matches, and 13 of 20 MLS matches so far this season.
Indeed, their tally of 11 first-half leads is the joint-highest in the WC, but on the flip-side, the ‘Burn’ have indeed burned nine points (D3, L1) after leading at the break this season, which is more than any other side. Currently on a winless streak of five MLS road matches (D1, L4), they’ve suffered most in the first half, with five conceded against just one scored.
Players to watch: Young Mason Toye has scored three goals in United’s last three matches.
Meanwhile, Dominique Badji has three goals in FC Dallas’ last four MLS matches, with all arriving between the 40th-65th minute.
Stat attack: In Minnesota United’s last five MLS matches, 60.87% of the goals have come in the first half.
All of Dallas’ nine MLS away matches this season have featured at least one first-half goal.
A total of three opposition own-goals have been scored across Dallas’ last six MLS matches (0.5 per match on average).
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