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NYCFC VS Chicago

NYCFC vs Chicago

NYCFC
NYCFC
  • 2 - 2
  • Played

Chicago

Preview
New York City and Chicago Fire face at Yankee Stadium, New York City, in a match for the Major League Soccer 2015.
 
The head to head history between both teams favours Chicago Fire: they won 1-0 in the last match this season.

Analysis of New York City

Jason Kreis’s team are 8th in the East Conference, with 6 points, after 1 win, 3 draws and 6 losses. NYC have not won a single match in the last 8 matches.
 
The team’s most known and influential player is the Spanish sticker David Villa. However, he hasn’t been playing his best and has not met expectations around him. Moreover, the team has offensive problems and has not been able to take advantage of goal opportunities: they have an average of only 0,8 goals scored per match. Defensively things aren’t much better, since they concede1,2 goals per match.
 
Not many matches at the Yankee Stadium end with a lot of goals. Up to know only 20% have ended with Over 2,5 goals.
 
Probable Line-up: Saunders; Williams, Wingert, Hernández, Allen; Jacobson, Mix, Álvarez, Grabavoy; Shelton, David Villa.
 
Coach: Jason Kreis

Confirmed Lineup: J. Saunders, C. Wingert, R. Allen, J. Brovsky, J. Hernández, M. Diskerud, Pablo Álvarez, A. Jacobson, M. Ballouchy, P. Mullins, David Villa.
Coach: J. Kreis.

Analysis of Chicago Fire

Chicago Fire are 6th with 9 points, three more then their opponents, after 3 wins, 5 draws and 5 losses. They have lost all 3 away matches they played up to know.
 
As well as their opponents, Chicago’s matches don’t usually have many goals: only 33% of the matches have ended with more than 2. Moreover, it’s important to notice that they have only scored a goal in their last 3 away games.
 
Despite the fact that 67% of Chicago away matches end 0-0 at halftime, interestingly none of these matches have ended with no goals.
 
Probable Line-up: Johnson; Palmer, Laretow, Adailton, Jones; Shipp, Watson, Polster, Maloney; Guly, Amarikwa.
 
Coach: Frank Yallop

Confirmed Lineup: S. Johnson, J. Jones, Adailton, L. Palmer, R. Cociş, M. Polster, J. Larentowicz, H. Shipp, K. Igboananike, D. Accam.
Coach: S. Maloney, V. Paunovic.

Betting suggestion:

The most likely scenario for this match is a draw at halftime, due to both teams’ defensive strategies. Moreover, over 50% of these teams’ matches reach halftime with a 0-0 score.

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MLS - 2015

  • 100% 357 / 357 Games

  • Home team wins 54.62%
  • Draws 20.73%
  • Away team wins 24.65%
  • Over 1.5 75.91%
  • Over 2.5 54.06%
  • Over 3.5 28.29%
  • Goals 980
  • Goals /match 2.75
  • Goals /match home 1.67
  • Goals /match away 1.08
  • Both teams score 54.06%
  • Goals after 80' 17.24%
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