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Saturday's Major League Soccer predictions including Inter Miami vs. St Louis City

Sports Mole provides score predictions and previews for all of today's Major League Soccer fixtures, including Inter Miami vs. St Louis City.


DC United vs. Toronto (Sunday, 12.30am)

DC United head coach Troy Lesesne on March 3, 2024© Reuters

Seeking their first-ever victory at Audi Field, Toronto will end their two-game MLS road trip with a visit to the US capital to face DC United on Saturday.

The Black and Red failed to recover from an early deficit against CF Montreal on Wednesday, losing 4-2, while Toronto managed to grind out a 0-0 draw with the Philadelphia Union.

We say: DC United 2-3 Toronto


Neither side are particularly strong defensively, but Toronto have shown they have more attacking depth than many had thought, whereas the Black and Red seem to rely heavily on Benteke.

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Inter Miami vs. St Louis City (Sunday, 12.30am)

Lionel Messi and Matias Rojas celebrate a goal for Inter Miami© Reuters

After seeing their 10-game unbeaten run ended in midweek, Inter Miami aim to bounce straight back on Saturday, when they welcome St Louis City to Chase Stadium.

Still top of both the MLS Supporters' Shield standings and the Eastern Conference, Inter meet opponents struggling to replicate last year's superb start to life in Major League Soccer.

We say: Inter Miami 2-0 St Louis City


After a blip last time out, Inter Miami should be focused on making amends; therefore, struggling St Louis City may pay the price.

The visitors have not travelled well in 2024, while their hosts are sure to score at least once, given an abundance of attacking talent.

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NY Red Bulls vs. Orlando City (Sunday, 12.30am)

New York Red Bulls forward Elias Manoel (11) celebrates with New York Red Bulls midfielder Emil Forsberg (10) after scoring on May 16, 2024© Reuters

Gameweek 17 in the MLS will see a Western Conference showdown between the New York Red Bulls and Orlando City at the Red Bull Arena on Sunday morning.

The hosts are currently in fourth place in their Conference league standings with 26 points after 15 games, while the visitors are 11th with 17 points over the same period.

We say: New York Red Bulls 2-1 Orlando City


While Orlando City have avoided defeat in their last five league games, it is worth pointing out that all of those were against sides in the bottom half of the table in their respective Conferences.

They now face a much sterner opponent in the Red Bulls, who are unbeaten at Red Bull Arena this season, and we feel they will extend their home record with another win in this one.

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Philadelphia vs. Montreal (Sunday, 12.30am)

Philadelphia Union defender Jakob Glesnes (5) celebrates after scoring a goal on September 3, 2023© Reuters

In the second match of their two-game road trip, the Philadelphia Union will host CF Montreal on Saturday afternoon at Subaru Park.

On Wednesday, the Union extended their unbeaten run in MLS to three consecutive matches thanks to a 0-0 draw versus Toronto, while Le CFM finally got back in the win column, defeating DC United 4-2.

We say: Philadelphia Union 1-0 CF Montreal


The difference in this one lies in the defensive shape of each side, with the Union back to being strong and compact in that department, while Le CFM are still trying to fix those issues.

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Chicago Fire vs. LA Galaxy (Sunday, 1.30am)

Chicago Fire acting head coach Frank Klopas reacts on June 24, 2023© Reuters

Two sides from different conferences will face off on Saturday when Chicago Fire welcome Los Angeles Galaxy to Soldier Field.

The home side are without a win in their last eight matches while the visitors are on a six-game unbeaten run heading into this affair.

We say: Chicago Fire 0-2 Los Angeles Galaxy


LA Galaxy are on a good run right now and will look to carry this momentum into Saturday's clash. The visitors have also dominated this fixture for over a decade and are the stronger side heading into this fixture.

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Minnesota Utd vs. Kansas (Sunday, 1.30am)

Minnesota United manager Eric Ramsay© Reuters

Minnesota United will be hoping to quickly bounce back from their recent defeat when they host struggling Sporting Kansas City at Allianz Field on Saturday.

The home side are aiming to climb further up the table with a win, while the visitors have the chance to leave the bottom spot in the Western Conference if they secure maximum points.

We say: Minnesota United 2-1 Sporting Kansas City


The two sides head into this head into this match on the back of defeats, and aiming to get back on track. However, the home side have shown their quality this season and are better-placed to secure victory here.

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Nashville vs. New England (Sunday, 1.30am)

Nashville SC midfielder Dru Yearwood (16) celebrates on March 10, 2024© Reuters

A rejuvenated Nashville SC side will be looking to pick up back-to-back home wins when they go head to head with New England Revolution on Sunday morning.

Currently on a run of three consecutive defeats, the Revs will journey to Geodis Park looking to stop the rot and begin their surge from the bottom of the league standings.

We say: Nashville SC 2-0 New England Revolution


Having picked up a convincing victory over Cincinnati, Nashville will head into the weekend with sky-high confidence as they look to continue their climb in the Easter Conference table. Nashville have lost just one home game since February 2 and we see them seeing off an out-of-sorts New England Revolution.

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Salt Lake vs. Austin (Sunday, 2.30am)

Real Salt Lake head coach Pablo Mastroeni looks on on March 10, 2024© Reuters

Real Salt Lake will set out to pick up a first league victory in three matches when they welcome Austin FC to America First Field on Sunday.

The away side, meanwhile, make the trip to Utah aiming to get back to winning ways having seen their three-game unbeaten run come to an end last time out.

We say: Real Salt Lake 3-1 Austin FC


Real Salt Lake have scored the most goals in the division so far and will back themselves to enjoy another field day in front of goal here. We are tipping the home side to run out comfortable winners at the end of the 90 minutes.

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Vancouver vs. Colorado (Sunday, 3.30am)

Vancouver Whitecaps forward Brian White (24) scores a goal and celebrates on September 17, 2023© Reuters

On Saturday, the Vancouver Whitecaps can claim their first MLS victory at BC Place Stadium in nearly two months when they host the Colorado Rapids.

Earlier this week, the Caps came away with a 2-1 win over Sporting Kansas City, moving above the Rapids in the Western Conference table on goal difference, with the latter suffering a 3-1 defeat to the Houston Dynamo.

We say: Vancouver Whitecaps 2-1 Colorado Rapids


For as poor as Vancouver have been at home this season, they are facing a side that leave far too many gaps in between their midfield and backline, which why we are giving the home side the edge on Saturday.

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Los Angeles vs. Dallas (Sunday, 3.30am)

Los Angeles FC (LAFC) head coach Steve Cherundolo before the match on February 25, 2024© Reuters

Third-placed Los Angeles FC take on struggling FC Dallas, who are 12th in the Western Conference, at the Banc of California Stadium on Sunday morning in Major League Soccer.

The hosts are just three points off the top of the Western Conference with a game in hand on those above them, while the visitors are two points from bottom and already six behind the MLS Cup playoff spots.

We say: Los Angeles FC 2-0 Dallas


Los Angeles have been fantastic at home so far this campaign, yet to lose in any of their eight fixtures in front of their own crowd, while Dallas are the worst-performing side on the road, leaving us to believe the hosts will win this one.

The Black and Gold have kept clean sheets in each of their last five outings, and we expect that run to continue here with a shutout victory.

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Portland vs. Houston (Sunday, 3.30am)

Portland Timbers forward Jonathan Rodriguez (14) celebrates a goal on May 16, 2024© Reuters

With a victory against the Houston Dynamo on Saturday at Providence Park, the Portland Timbers can leapfrog them in the MLS table.

A 2-0 victory over Austin FC earlier this week has the Timbers sitting ninth in the Western Conference, just two points behind Orange Crush, who defeated the Colorado Rapids 3-1.

We say: Portland Timbers 1-2 Houston Dynamo


We have seen great improvements from the Dynamo away from home, and we believe their patience and compact defensive shape will frustrate the home side, enabling Orange Crush to win a second successive encounter at Providence Park.

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