Houston Dynamo v Minnesota United Predictions & Betting Odds – 12th September 2019

Loons to pile more misery on the Dynamo

Houston Dynamo v Minnesota United Betting Tips – MLS, 12th September 00.30am

Out-of-form Houston Dynamo host Minnesota United at BBVA Stadium in MLS in midweek. Houston, who have taken just one point from their last seven matches, are looking for their first win since July. As for Adrian Heath’s Minnesota, who sit third in the Western Conference, they have won seven of their last 12 in MLS. Despite being bang out of form at the moment, the Dynamo are the slight favourites. Who will prevail in this crucial MLS clash?

Houston Dynamo v Minnesota United Betting Odds*

Houston Dynamo 6/5
Draw 5/2
Minnesota United 21/10
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on September 11th, 2019 at 13:30 p.m.)
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Houston Dynamo News and Form – Can Orange Crush put their woeful form to bed?

Davy Arnaud’s Houston Dynamo are a team in desperate form at the moment. The Dynamo are without a win in seven, with six of those ending in defeat. Houston have not sampled the sweet taste of victory since claiming a surprise away win at Toronto FC (3-1) way back in July.

Since than win in Canada, the franchise have lost six of their following seven, picking up just one point from a possible 21 in the process. After being thumped by FC Dallas at Toyota Stadium, Arnaud’s men were then beaten 1-0 by Kansas City last time out, with Johnny Russell scoring the only goal of the game for the hosts.


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Houston, who have won just nine MLS fixtures so far, find themselves languishing in 11th place in the Western Conference table at the moment. Meanwhile, they are in 21st position in the combined table with just a few matches left to play.

Houston have struggled away from home, winning just two and losing a staggering 12 of their 14 away league fixtures. At home, though, they have claimed a respectable seven wins from 14 games.

The Dynamo could really do with all three points from this home clash. Arnaud’s boys are available at 6/5 to pick up a priceless win.

Houston Dynamo v Minnesota United Head to Head

Back in May, Minnesota beat Houston 1-0 at Allianz Field

Both clubs have won two of the last four meetings

Only one of the last five fixtures has ended level

In the corresponding game last season, Houston beat United 3-0, with Philippe Senderos scoring twice


Key-Facts – Houston Dynamo v Minnesota United

  • Houston have won 50% of their home league matches this term
  • Minnesota beat Los Angeles 2-0 away in their last MLS game
  • United are 14 points above the Dynamo in the table


Minnesota United News and Form – Sixth away league win for the Loons?

Minnesota United finished fourth in the Western Conference table last season, and they could be set for a similar outcome this time around. Ahead of this week’s matchup in Texas, United are third, a point behind second place Seattle Sounders. However, they find themselves a whopping 18 points adrift of runaway leaders Los Angeles FC.

Last weekend, Minnesota drew 2-2 in a friendly with Pachuca at Allianz Field. In their last league matchup, meanwhile, the Loons claimed a stunning victory over LA at the Banc of California Stadium, with Mason Toye grabbing both goals. That was only Los Angeles’ second MLS loss since June.

Minnesota have been in patchy form of late, winning three, losing two and drawing one of their last six Major League Soccer encounters. However, they have only lost only twice in the league in 12. United have been pretty solid on the road, winning five times in MLS.

After their stunning victory in Los Angeles, Minnesota will be keen to secure a sixth away league triumph of the season in midweek.

Houston Dynamo v Minnesota United Tips & Odds

Minnesota United to win at 21/20
Team to score first – Minnesota United at 11/10
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on September 11th, 2019 at 14:00 p.m.)

Houston Dynamo v Minnesota United Predictions

Minnesota United win: Even though Houston Dynamo have had a season to forget on the whole, Orange Crush have been pretty solid at BBVA Stadium, winning exactly half of their 14 home MLS matches up until now. However, since easing to a 4-0 win over New York Red Bulls back in July, Houston have picked up just one point at home, losing three and drawing one.

After their stunning win at the Banc of California Stadium, Heath’s troops will be looking to follow that up with another three points on the road in this one. Back Minnesota to prevail in Texas at 21/20. The Loons have netted the first goal in each of their last four MLS wins. With that in mind, put some money on the visitors to score first in this one at 11/10.

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