Houston Dynamo vs Los Angeles FC Match Review
August 31, 2022
The first and last teams in the Western Conference square off in the round of MLS games on Wednesday when Los Angeles FC travels to the PNC Stadium to take on Houston Dynamo.
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Houston Dynamo vs Los Angeles FC Tips and Prediction
Last Saturday at the Allianz Field, Paulo Nagamura seen his Houston Dynamo team collapse defensively once more as they suffered a late 2-1 loss to Minnesota United.
After taking the lead for the first time thanks to Corey Bird’s goal just before halftime, the Orange Crush conceded two goals in the game’s final 11 minutes, one of which was an own goal by Fafa Picault and the other coming from Luis Amarilla in the 84th minute.
Prior to that, Nagamura’s team had ended a run of four straight losses on August 21 when they rallied from a goal down to draw with the 10-man Colorado Rapids thanks to a last-second goal from Sebastian Ferreira in the 95th minute.
The Houston Dynamo are currently at the bottom of the Eastern Conference table with 26 points after 27 games. This is the first time since they went on a 16-game winless streak between May and September of last year that they have now gone six games without a victory.
They will attempt to break this slump, but their next opponent is Los Angeles FC, who have won all seven of their games against them since losing on penalties in the US Open Cup semifinals in 2018. Since then, they have recorded four wins and two draws.
For the first time since May, Steven Cherundolo’s team suffered a second straight league loss after being beaten by Austin FC when the two teams clashed at the Q2 Stadium last Saturday.
After Sebastian Driussi’s goal in the 59th minute and a brace from Maximiliano Urruti gave the hosts the lead in the 32nd minute, they scored three goals in quick succession within 15 minutes of the restart.
This came after a dismal loss to the 13th-place San Jose Earthquakes on August 21 at PayPal Park, ending their streak of seven straight MLS triumphs.
Los Angeles FC maintains a six-point lead over Josh Wolff’s team in the Eastern Conference standings despite last weekend’s loss to Austin.
The Black and Gold, on the other hand, will be eager to start a strong run of play away from home, where they are on a two-game losing skid and have only achieved three victories in their last eight games in all competitions.
Los Angeles, despite being in a slump lately, will be favored against a Houston team that has lost five of its previous six games and managed only one tie in that time. We anticipate a one-sided match in which the visitors easily secure all three points and continue to dominate.