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Seattle-Toroto
 
 
Prediction: Home win
 

Sounders hungry for three points against shorthanded Toronto FC

Finaly good news for Seattle (after long period with manny missings almost all players available) while Toronto in big problems
Shortly. i worte several times about Seattle, they have one great squad, specially offensive but they was in huge crisis when they was kicked by injuries of Dempsey, Martins and few others. Now Martins back in last tree games (and scored 3 goals), they bring great striker Nelson Valdez (scored in debut, played two more games), and key man Clint SDempsey (att 13/7) is finaly back. Big boost for team
​Toronto miss Giovinco (att 25/17) and Jozy Altidore (att 19/10, socred this night 2 goals for NT), ​Warner (mf 22/2), Benoit Cheyrou (mf 21/1)..
The Sounders are also without a couple key players. Marco Pappa, and Roman Torres are out with international duty. The loss of Pappa won’t be that impactful since he only rejoined the team a week ago. However, the loss of Torres is huge.

 

​New England-Orlando
Prediction:  New England to win, -1ah NE
New England strong at home. Only Jones (12/0) missing (NT). After awfull form they are playing great and have impresive resaults
Orlando ​in  awfull form (last 5 without win and their defence recived 13 goals in 3 of that games).
this game cannot count on some key players:

ORLANDO, Fla. – Adrian Heath doesn’t have a second career as a magician, but he admits it may be time to pull a rabbit out of a hat as he takes his Orlando City SC team to Foxborough for the first time for a crucial showdown with the New England Revolution on Saturday.
Heath’s mantra when key players are missing is that it is an opportunity for someone else to step up, and that could not be more true this weekend as the head coach looks to build on last week’s home draw against the Chicago Fire without  Kaká (mf 25/9), Cyle Larin(att 21/11) and Darwin Ceren (mf 21/2).

 

 

​Montreal Impact-Chicago Fire
 
Prediction: Montreal not to lose, Montreal to score
Chicago without away win. Montreal with few missings but 3 key players are bak in team

MONTREAL – Designated players Didier Drogba and Ignacio Piatti and fullback Hassoun Camara are all fit to play for the Montreal Impact, much to the relief of new coach Mauro Biello.
Joking aside, the Montreal native and former Impact star has serious roster issues to resolve with central defenders Laurent Ciman (national team duty with Belgium) and Victor Cabrera (one-game suspension) out of the lineup.
They are also missing midfielder Johan Venegas (Costa Rica) and fullbacks Ambroise Oyongo (Cameroon) and Eric Miller (U.S. under-23), as well as two Canadians, midfielder Kyle Bekker and third-string goalie Maxime Crepeau, to international duty.
The Fire, with a win and a draw in their last two league outings, will be missing Ghanian forward David Accam

​ (att 17/7, topscorer)​

, American midfielder Matt Polster

​(25/0) ​

and Trinidadian fullback Joevin Jones

​(mf 21/1) ​

to their national sides.