Major League Soccer – Season Continues – Colorado Rapids v LA Galaxy on Match-day 31

Colorado Rapids vs. LA Galaxy

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Major League Soccer action on Saturday as COLO and Galaxy meet at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park – 10:30pm GMT.

It’s a clash of second vs fourth, as COLO host Galaxy at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park.

This season’s Major League Soccer campaign, has so far seen Colorado Rapids achieve 41 points

COLO come to this game on the back of a 0-1 away win against San Jose at Avaya Stadium.

COLO keep finding ways to win, having secured 12 victories in their last 19 meetings is astonishing this season. With 41 points, they are established in second in the League having won 12 matches, drawn five games, and lost four fixtures.

COLO have won six meetings, drawn three games, and lost one game of their 10 League matches at home this season.

Winning this fixture will see Colorado Rapids on 44 points.

LA Galaxy arrive at this game, having secured 36 points so far this season

Galaxy’s next opponents will smell blood if they begin the next match with all guns blazing. Whilst it’s understandable that they may want to do this, after their recent 3-3 draw at Los Angeles FC and previous loss to San Jose, Galaxy must get a positive result and keep defensively solid.

With 36 points, they currently sit fourth in the League having won 11 matches, drawn three games, and lost eight fixtures.

Galaxy’s away record is remarkable and poses a significant threat to COLO. In the 10 games they’ve played on the road this season, they have so far won four meetings, drawn two games, and lost four fixtures.

LA Galaxy will have secured 39 points so far this season, should they secure a win.

Colorado Rapids v LA Galaxy – Head-to-Heads.

The recent form between these two sides has seen Galaxy with a greater number of wins. In the last 85 meetings, they have enjoyed 40 wins, to COLO’s 31 wins. Additionally, the last 12 games against Galaxy have resulted in eight wins for COLO. In their most recent meeting of this fixture was August 2021, when LA Galaxy walked away as 1-2 winners.

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