Los Angeles FC will be hoping to claim the top spot in the Western Conference of the major League soccer as they will b welcoming Houston Dynamo to it’s stadium.
The home side have only seen one win in past six games so far with them taking one point I the last game in Minnesota United while the visitors has won their first game since been under the interim coach to New England Revolution earlier
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Tips and Prediction
Things have not gone well for Steve Cherundolo and his team as they enter the final stretch of the regular season.
On their recent two-game road trip, LA only managed to earn one point despite having the luxury of a large cushion on top of the table.
The Black and Gold have struggled to find the back of the net recently, scoring just once in six different games since August 16 as they trail the Philadelphia Union by two points for the Supporters’ Shield championship.
LAFC has won eight straight domestic matches there, outscoring their last three, and two of their next three games before the playoffs will be played there.
The Dynamo will visit LA for the seventh time during the regular season on Sunday, and historically, LA has never lost to Houston at home.
Los Angeles might surpass the previous milestone from 2019 and create a new franchise record for wins in a single season if they win their next three games, breaking the previous total of 73 points set by the New England Revolution in the all-time regular season.
The entire team appears more organized and devoted to defending their positions than they were for the majority of the season under prior manager Paulo Nagamura, despite the fact that they have had less than 50% of the possession in each of their last two games.
Another accomplishment for him would be a victory on the road, but since July 17, this squad has failed to do so, dropping four of their previous five away contests, with the lone exception being a 1-1 tie with the Colorado Rapids.
Houston will not participate in the postseason for the fifth straight season, but if you look at some of their statistics in 2022, you can see that they have made some little strides in comparison to a year earlier.
They are now in 13th place, three points ahead of the San Jose Earthquakes, and if they can keep that position or go up, it would be the first time since 2019 that they did not finish the season in the bottom half of the Western Conference.
Houston upset LAFC for the first time in club history, marking just their second victory of the year over a team that is currently in the postseason hunt.
Los Angeles FC have win more games at home compared to any team this season in the major league soccer while the visitors are also one of the teams with the fewest victory in the league. We anticipate a win for the home side as we see Houston Dynamo not a threat for the home side .