Vancouver Whitecaps

form

All
WHI 1 - 0 POR
W
WHI 3 - 2 FIR
W
WHI 3 - 0 SLC
W
WHI 3 - 0 GAL
W
POR 1 - 0 WHI
L
WHI 0 - 2 SOU
L
GAL 1 - 0 WHI
L
SJE 3 - 0 WHI
L
SOU 3 - 1 WHI
L
LAF 6 - 0 WHI
L
Minnesota United

form

All
SOU 4 - 0 MNU
L
ORL 3 - 2 MNU
L
CIN 1 - 3 MNU
W
CRE 2 - 5 MNU
W
CHS 0 - 9 MNU
W
MNU 3 - 0 RAP
W
MNU 3 - 0 DAL
W
MNU 2 - 2 FIR
D
MNU 2 - 1 RAP
W
MNU 2 - 2 HOU
D
Head to Head
7 Matches (2 Draws)
3 Total wins 2
3 Home wins 1
0 Away wins 1
Last 5 Matches
2 Wins
1 Draw
2 Wins
WHI 2 - 1 MNU
MNU 0 - 0 WHI
WHI 2 - 3 MNU
WHI 4 - 2 MNU
MNU 1 - 0 WHI
8 Goals Scored 7
Games Over 2.5 Goals 3 / 5
Both Teams Scored 3 / 5
Team Comparison
  • Attack
  • Defence
  • Distribution
  • Discipline
Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1.  This will be the second-ever regular season MLS meeting between the two sides. Cristian Techera had a goal and an assist as Vancouver battled to a 2-2 draw in Minnesota on June 24th.
  2. Vancouver has only lost twice in their last 10 MLS games (6W-2D) and is averaging 1.9 goals per game in those matches. They lost seven of their first 16 matches (6W-3D) and scored 21 goals across those games.
  3. Minnesota’s 2-1 win over Chicago on August 26th was their first away win in an MLS regular season game (8L-2D). It was just their fifth time scoring multiple away goals in 11 away matches, and they have yet to score more than two in a single game on the road.
  4. Kendall Waston’s goal last weekend was his third in his last eight MLS games. He had seven in his first 75 regular season appearances.
  5. Ethan Finlay now has four goals+assists in his last three regular season matches. He had two goals+assists in his previous 20 regular season MLS games.
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