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DC United to beat Toronto (+200)

DC United can claim their second win on the road this season, despite suffering defeat for the first time on Sunday.

DC started with back-to-back victories against Charlotte and Cincinnati, so another team that has had a stuttering start to the season looks like perfect opposition.

Toronto has lost its last two against Columbus and New York Red Bulls, and has earned only one point so far in MLS.

LA Galaxy to beat Orlando City (-110)

LA Galaxy were beaten 3-2 away to Seattle Sounders last weekend, despite twice going ahead, but can make amends here.

The Galaxy had won back-to-back games against Charlotte and New York City prior to that defeat and are back at home this week.

Orlando has only won two of its last 14 games on the road in the MLS.

Atlanta United to beat CF Montreal (-130)

Montreal is currently bottom of the Eastern Conference after losing three from three, conceding eight goals in that period.

Wilfried Nancy’s team lost 4-1 away to New York City, who themselves were without a victory in the 2022 season.

Atlanta has a 100 per cent record at the Mercedes Benz Stadium this season, beating both Sporting KC and Charlotte.

New England Revolution to beat Charlotte (+110)

Charlotte is one of two teams that has lost three out of three in the MLS, scoring just one goal.

The MLS’ newest team lost 1-0 to LA Galaxy in their only home game so far.

New England Revolution won the 2021 Supporters’ Shield and have started 2022 with four points from three matches, including a 2-2 draw at Portland Timbers in their only away game so far.

Minnesota United to beat San Jose Earthquakes (-140)

San Jose Earthquakes lost 2-0 to Philadelphia Union last weekend in their first away game of the season.

The Quakes have one point after three matches and are second-bottom of the Western Conference.

Minnesota won 1-0 at New York Red Bulls last time out and is unbeaten after three matches.