This Monday sees Austin go head to head with Galaxy at Q2 Stadium – Kick-off 4:30am GMT.
As it stands, Galaxy will go to Q2 Stadium in fourth place, Austin are currently in thirteenth.
With the Major League Soccer season well into its stride, Austin have managed to gain 19 points
Austin have dropped all six points in their last two games, a disappointing run of form, which Josh Wolff will be keen to turn around in this fixture.
Austin need to get out of the losing habit, with 10 recorded in the last 12 games. They currently stand thirteenth in the League, with 19 points having won five matches, drawn four matches, and lost 16 meetings.
Playing at home, Austin have won three fixtures, drawn two games, and lost seven games.
A victory for Austin would put them on 22 points.
This season’s Major League Soccer campaign, has so far seen LA Galaxy achieve 38 points
Galaxy need to find a way to win football matches, as they are gaining a reputation for draws and losses. With fourth, they currently sit 38 points in the League having won 11 fixtures, drawn five matches, and lost nine games.
Galaxy’s away record is remarkable and poses a significant threat to Austin. In the 12 games they’ve played on the road this season, they have so far won four meetings, drawn three matches, and lost five games.
A win in this fixture would take LA Galaxy’s points to 41 in the League.
Austin v LA Galaxy – Head-to-Heads.
Their most recent encounter in this competition was May 2021, when LA Galaxy walked away as 2-0 winners.