Philadelphia Union & Houston Dynamo meet on Match-day 32
Union at home against Houston – Sunday – 2:30am GMT – Subaru Park.
This clash sees eleventh play first, as struggling Houston visit Subaru Park to face Union.
Philadelphia Union remain on top of the League going into the match, a position they want to maintain
It was a humbling defeat at the hands of Orlando City for Jim Curtin’s men in their last match, they will be hoping to get something out of this game for sure.
Also, another fixture and another win for League leaders Union, winning is becoming habitual for them and this is the mark of a team. They are the current League leaders with 42 points, that is, 0 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws.
Union’s home record is commendable, having won six meetings and drawn five fixtures this season. This record should be most concerning for Houston.
The mark of League Champions is the ability to grind out results, even if conditions are demanding. Philadelphia Union know that they must win at all costs, every time they step out, if they are to maintain their position.
This season’s MLS campaign, has so far seen Houston Dynamo achieve 25 points
Houston have dropped all six points in their last two games, a disappointing run of form, which Paulo Nagamura will be keen to turn around in this fixture.
Also, Houston need to find a way to generate wins on a consistent basis, as they’ve recorded 10 losses in their last 15 matches. With 25 points (0W, 0L and 0D), they are established in eleventh position in the League.
Houston now travel, knowing that their current away form is woeful. So far this season they have won three games and lost seven meetings matches on the road.
Houston Dynamo will have 28 points if they manage to secure a victory.
Philadelphia Union v Houston Dynamo – Head-to-Heads.
Regarding their historical duels the recent form between these two sides has seen Houston with a greater number of wins. In the last 19 meetings, they have enjoyed eight victories, to Union’s seven victories. Additionally, the last 13 matches against Houston have resulted in seven wins for Union. The last time they played each other in this competition was August 2019, when Philadelphia Union walked away as 2-1 winners.
For Union, Andre contributed with in 22 League matches this MLS Season, while Michael scored in 22 League games this campaign for Houston.