Next Sunday at 3:30am GMT, on matchday 29 of the Major League Soccer, we will see Houston play Minnesota at BBVA Compass Stadium.
Minnesota to face thirteenth Houston on Sunday at BBVA Compass Stadium, with Adrian Heath’s squad currently occupying fifth place in the League.
This season’s Major League Soccer campaign, has so far seen Houston Dynamo achieve 19 points
Houston’s pride is now at stake, as they will not wish for another successive poor result. They recently drew 2-2 away to FC Dallas, which followed the loss to Real Salt Lake. They will be eager to improve in this next fixture.
Consistently drawing and losing games will not win titles, as Houston are finding with their form of no wins in the last 14 fixtures. With thirteenth, they currently sit 19 points in the League having won three matches, drawn 10 fixtures, and lost eight meetings.
Houston have won three fixtures, drawn five matches, and lost one game of their nine League matches at home this season.
A victory for Houston Dynamo would put them on 22 points.
Minnesota United arrive at this fixture, having secured 28 points so far this season
Minnesota have suffered at the hands of Sporting Kansas City and San Jose in their previous two matches, with two successive draws. They go into this game with the hope of taking all three points.
Slow and steady wins the race, Minnesota are showing that they know by avoiding defeat in 14 of their last 16 meetings. They currently sit in fifth place, with a total of 28 points having won seven meetings, drawn seven fixtures, and lost five games.
Minnesota now travel, knowing that their current away form is woeful. So far this season they have won one game, drawn five games, and lost three meetings matches on the road.
A win in this fixture would take Minnesota United’s points to 31 in the League.
Houston Dynamo v Minnesota United – Head-to-Heads.
Both clubs have already met each other 11 times with the record being four wins and four draws for Houston. In addition, the two sides have played out a draw the last two meetings they’ve played.