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Colorado Rapids VS New York City Football Club, neither team wins

MLSColorado Rapids VS New York City Football Club, neither team wins

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Posted Sat, 20 Jul 2019 10:13:06 GMT        

Match Time:7/21/2019 09:00 Sunday (GMT+8)

USA Major League Soccer(MLS) -- Colorado Rapids  VS  New York City Football Club

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TEAM NEWS

The Colorado Rapids list Kortne Ford and Deklan Wynne as injured and Diego Rubio as suspended. Also, Jack Price is questionable. Bismark Adjei-Boateng and the club have agreed to part ways.

New York City lists Joseph Scally and James Sands as injured with Alexandru Mitrita and Ismael Tajouri-Shradi as questionable.

 

Colorado Rapids

Suspended: Diego Rubio

Doubtful: Jack Price (hip)

Injured/unavailable: Kortne Ford (knee), Deklan Wynne (foot)

 

New York City

Suspended: Maxime Chanot, Alexander Ring

Doubtful: Alexandru Mitrita (hamstring), Ismael Tajouri-Shradi (ankle)

Injured/unavailable: Joseph Scally (hip), James Sands (arm)

 

MATCH PREVIEW

MAIN PREDICTION: DRAW

 

Another point was earned by the Colorado Rapids in the league last weekend as they fought to a 2-2 draw away from home against the Portland Timbers. They fell behind after 27 minutes but Jonathan Lewis equalized a minute later. The team played with a man advantage from the 55th minute on as Portland was reduced to ten men with a red card. However, the Timbers went ahead again eight minutes later. The Rapids kept attacking and it paid off in the 76th minute when Sam Nicholson tied the game. Colorado is now winless in their last two league games with a loss and draw, but they have a record of five wins, three draws and just one defeat in the past nine league games. Colorado has 20 points and making the Western playoffs is going to take a lot of hard work. 

New York City has now lost a consecutive pair of league games as they were beaten 2-1 away in the New York (Hudson River) derby by the New York Red Bulls last weekend. This comes on the heels of a 12-game unbeaten run of seven wins and five draws in league action. New York City took the lead after seven minutes on a goal by Heber but the Red Bulls pulled even through a penalty kick just before the half-time whistle. The hosts then scored the winner in the 60th minutes to earn local bragging rights. New York remains at 29 points from seven wins, eight draws and three defeats in the league. They currently occupy a playoff spot in the East but are by no means safe in it. 

Despite registering some disappointing results of late, New York City are too good to miss the playoffs and even though the Colorado Rapids have been playing well recently I think neither team wins and are both happy with a draw.

 

SECOND PREDICTION: FIRST HALF HAD – DRAW

 

The Colorado Rapids have led at half time in just four league games this year while New York City has led in only six. Since New York are on the road I like the odds of a 45-minute draw.

 

HEAD TO HEAD

New York City won last year's league fixture 4-0 at home. The teams have met just four times in the league with New York winning both of their home encounters and earning two draws in Colorado.

 

Colorado Rapids  VS  New York City Football Club, neither team wins

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