Dallas vs San Jose Earthquake Match Review
August 13, 2022
When San Jose Earthquakes travel to the Toyota Stadium to face Dallas on Saturday, they will be looking to snap their six-game losing streak.
Given that they have lost their last nine matches since October, the home team will be keen to defeat the Earthquakes this Saturday.
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Dallas vs San Jose Earthquake Tips and Prediction
Dallas was unable to get back to winning in the MLS as they were only able to hold Portland Timbers to a draw at Providence Park last Sunday due to their lack of aggression in the attacking third of the field.
The Timbers appeared to have won the game outright when Marvin Loria redirected his saved penalty in the sixth minute of stoppage time, but Colombian player Diego Chara’s own goal four minutes later gave the visitors a share of the victory.
Prior to that, the Burn’s two-game winning streak was snapped when they suffered a 1-0 loss to the Seattle Sounders thanks to a penalty kick from Uruguayan international Nicolas Lodeiro in the first half.
With 36 points and a third-place finish in the Western Conference standings, 15 points behind Los Angeles FC, Nico Estevez’s team has won nine, drawn nine, and lost seven of their 25 MLS games.
Next up for Dallas is the challenge of a rival team that they have failed to defeat in each of their last nine attempts, losing four and picking up five draws since a victory in July 2016. Dallas will look to end their slump and strengthen their position in the top echelons of the table.
The San Jose Earthquakes, on the other hand, shown great grit last weekend as they rallied from two goals down to hold Austin FC to a dramatic draw.
Jeremy Ebobisse scored with just two minutes remaining at the Q2 Stadium to level the score for the Earthquakes, who were behind at the break despite Sebastian Driussi’s impressive goal-scoring display.
While manager Alex Covelo will be pleased to have salvaged a late draw, his team has now gone six games without a victory in any tournament, drawing three games and losing three others since July’s success at LA Galaxy.
San Jose Earthquakes are now bottom but one in the Western Conference with 24 points after 24 games, only one point ahead of Sporting Kansas City in last place despite having one game remaining.
The Earthquakes will be confident that they can break their losing streak, though, as they face a Dallas team that has won just one home game in its last six contests while collecting five out of a potential 18 points since May.
We anticipate this weekend’s matchup between Dallas and San Jose to be another fiercely contested one based on recent performances. Since neither side has been able to get going during the past month, we believe they will agree to a split of the spoils.