MLS – Chicago Fire to face New York on Match-day 37

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MLS action on Monday as Chicago and NYC meet at SeatGeek Stadium – 1:00am GMT.

Monday’s clash at SeatGeek Stadium- sees third placed NYC, travel to twelfth-placed Chicago in the MLS.

Chicago Fire arrive at this fixture, having secured 30 points so far this season

Chicago come to this game on the back of a victory, having beaten Philadelphia Union 4-1 at Subaru Park.

Also, Ezra Hendrickson’s Chicago have lost 11 of their last 20 matches this season. They currently stand twelfth in the League, with 30 points for a total of 0 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws.

Playing at home, Chicago have won five games, drawn four matches, and lost three fixtures.

A win in this fixture would take Chicago Fire’s points to 33 in the League.

New York have so far accrued 42 points in this season of the MLS

Returning to match-winning form, following a defeat is always a tough challenge, but that is what NYC need now, after their loss to Charlotte FC at Yankee Stadium.

Also, with an unfortunate NYC that has not managed to win in their last League so far, Ronny Deila’s men form is worryingly poor. They should solve their trend if they don’t want to occupy the lasts places in the League Table. With a third position in the league and 0 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, they currently have 42 points in the League.

NYC’s away record is remarkable and poses a significant threat to Chicago. In the 12 games they’ve played on the road this season, they have so far won four fixtures, drawn three games, and lost five meetings.

A win in this fixture, would take New York’s points from 42 to 45, so far this season.

Chicago Fire v New York – Head-to-Heads.

Regarding their historical duels the recent form between these two sides has seen NYC with a greater number of wins. In the last 17 meetings, they have enjoyed nine wins, to Chicago’s three wins. Additionally, NYC have left Chicago with a win on nine out of 17 games. In their most recent meeting of this fixture was May 2022, when Chicago Fire walked away as 1-0 winners.