Leaders Kansas are currently four places higher than their rivals Minnesota, when the two sides meet, they will sit in first and fifth positions respectively.
Minnesota United have so far accrued 27 points in this season of the Major League Soccer
Adrian Heath’s men were held to a disappointing draw against San Jose in their last fixture, he will be keen to improve on that in this game.
Football is a simple game, first don’t lose, and Minnesota achieved this now in 13 of their last 14 fixtures. With 27 points, they currently sit fifth in the League having won seven games, drawn six meetings, and lost five games.
When Minnesota host Kansas, they will do so on the back of six victories and one draws on their own ground.
Winning this fixture will see Minnesota United on 30 points.
Sporting Kansas City remain on top of the League going into the fixture, a position they want to maintain
FC Dallas were beaten 0-2 at Toyota Stadium, the last time that Kansas played.
League leaders Kansas keep finding ways to win, having secured 10 victories in their last 16 games is astonishing this season. They are the team to beat, with 37 points and sitting at the top of the table having won 11 matches, drawn four meetings, and lost four meetings.
Kansas’ away record is remarkable and poses a significant threat to Minnesota. In the 10 games they’ve played on the road this season, they have so far won six games, drawn one game, and lost three fixtures.
A win for Sporting Kansas City will take the League leaders to 40 points, further consolidating their position and keeping the pressure on everyone else.
Minnesota United v Sporting Kansas City – Head-to-Heads.
The recent form between these two sides has seen Kansas with a greater number of wins. In the last 12 meetings, they have enjoyed six victories, to Minnesota’s four wins. Further, the last 11 matches against Kansas have resulted in six wins for Minnesota. The last time they played each other in this competition was December 2020, when Minnesota United walked away as 0-3 winners.
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in 18 League matches this season, while contributed with
in 19 League games this Major League Soccer Season for Kansas.