Our prediction for this MLS match:
Dallas will be aiming to extend their winning run in MLS to four games when they square off against Montreal Impact at their Toyota Stadium. The Toros aim to overtake Sporting Kansas City in top position in the standings and we predict that they are going to fight tooth and nail against the Canadian outfit. Roland Lamah scored his sixth goal of the season in a 2-1 win over Los Angeles FC at the weekend and he is likely to prove a handful for the opposition defenders. Thanks to a hard-fought 1-0 win over Houston Dynamo Montreal Impact put an end to their four-game losing run, with the team finally giving fans something to cheer about. The Canadians do not want to stop now, but beating Dallas on the road is easier said than done. The Toros have been in a splendid form of late and, taking everything into account, there is a big value in betting on Oscar Pareja’s men.
Highlighted Player (Jesse Gonzalez):
Jesse Gonzales is a Mexican footballer who was born on May 25, 1995 in Edenton, North Carolina, United States of America. Gonzalez played for FC Dallas during his youth career and the goalkeeper made 17 league appearances for the senior team as well. In 2015 he was loaned to Pittsburg Riverhounds and it has to be noted that he played only one game for the club.
After ending his loan spell with Pittsburg he returned to FC Dallas, but he was in Chris Seitz’s shadow during the 2016 season. Jesse Gonzalez has seven caps for Mexico U20 team and he made one appearance for Mexico U23 team as well. Jess Gonzalez, who grew up in Texas, wears number 1 on his shirt.
Coach Jose Antonio Radilla helped Gonzalez make great progress during his youth career. The Mexican shoot-stopper has a deal with Dallas FC which expires on December 31, 2017.
Highlighted Team (Montreal Impact):
Montreal Impact is a Canadian soccer team, but they compete in Major League Soccer. The Impact are a member of the Eastern Conference and they have been participating in the major league since 2012. Montreal welcome their opponents at Saputo Stadium and the capacity of the club’s home ground is 20.801.
The construction of the stadium cost CA$17 million and the venue was opened on May 18, 2008. The Saputo family invested $7.5 million in the construction of the stadium and, as a result, the venue was named Saputo Stadium. Montreal Impact did remarkably well to make it to the CONCACAF Champions League final in the 2014/2015 season, but Mexican team America proved to be a big catch for the Canadian outfit in the title game.
Speaking of the Canadian championship, the Impact won their third domestic trophy in 2014, with the team beating Toronto FC in the final of the tournament. Montreal Impact play their home matches in blue and black shirts and black shorts, while the colour of their away kit is white.