Vancouver whitecaps vs real salt lake prediction

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🔮 Prediction

Our feeling is that Real Salt Lake and Vancouver Whitecaps may both struggle to make a breakthrough here. At this stage, it appears to have the makings of a possible draw. We’re therefore predicting a close game with a 0-0 draw at the end of the match.

Who is better – Real Salt Lake or Vancouver Whitecaps?

Vancouver Whitecaps have a slight edge over Real Salt Lake and have won 12 of the 27 matches played between the two teams. Real Salt Lake have managed 11 victories against the Whitecaps and will need to level the scales on Saturday.

How many times have Real Salt Lake won away from Vancouver?

As for the visitors, Real Salt Lake have taken an away victory over Vancouver just once since 2013, a 4-0 win last August that led to a managerial change for the Whitecaps. Kreilach scored twice in that match, and his leadership in a hostile environment will be sorely missed this weekend.

Are Real Salt Lake and Vancouver United good at attack?

Neither of these two teams are very proficient in attack this season. Real Salt Lake’s 345 progressive passes are the second-fewest in MLS, while Vancouver is just two spots better with 386 passes going 10 or more yards up the pitch.

How many times have Whitecaps won at home in 2022?

Not counting matches against Cascadia Cup rival Portland — the only team to beat them at home in 2022 —the Whitecaps have won 10 of their last 13 matches at home. They’ve also been held scoreless just once this season in their friendly confines, while keeping three clean sheets in those six matches themselves.

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Vancouver Whitecaps vs Real Salt Lake Head-to-Head

Real Salt Lake have a good record against Vancouver Whitecaps and have won 13 matches out of a total of 25 games played between the two teams. Vancouver Whitecaps have managed 10 victories against Real Salt Lake and can trouble their opponents in this match.


Vancouver Whitecaps

Tosaint Ricketts and Bruno Gaspar are injured at the moment and have been ruled out of the game against Real Salt Lake this week. Maxime Crepeau and Lucas Cavallini are representing Canada in the Gold Cup and are unavailable for selection.


Real Salt Lake

Aaron Herrera has effectively recovered from his injury and will be included in the squad this week. Jeizon Ramirez and Andrew Putna still injured, however, and will be unable to play a part in this match.


Vancouver Whitecaps vs Real Salt Lake Predicted XI

Vancouver Whitecaps Predicted XI (4-3-3): Thomas Hasal; Cristian Gutierrez, Erik Godoy, Andy Rose, Jake Nerwinski; Janio Bikel, Caio Alexandre, Michael Russell Teibert; Cristian Dajome, Brian White, Deiber Caicedo


Vancouver Whitecaps vs Real Salt Lake Prediction

Vancouver Whitecaps are winless in their last seven matches and will need to work hard to turn their MLS campaign around. With some of their best players away at the Gold Cup, the Whitecaps have their work cut out for them this week.


How many betting sites are there for Vancouver Whitecaps vs Real Salt Lake?

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How many goals has Vancouver won in the last 16?

Past meetings between these sides have usually gone one way or another, with none of the last 16 ending level. Of those 16, Vancouver has won 9. Goals have also been high on the agenda, with 7 of the last 10 going over 2.5 goals.


Vancouver Whitecaps vs Real Salt Lake Head-to-Head

Vancouver Whitecaps and Real Salt Lake are on an even footing as far as the official head-to-head record is concerned and have won 11 games apiece out of a total of 26 matches played between the two teams.


Vancouver Whitecaps

Erik Godoy, Lucas Cavallini, and Caio Alexandre are injured at the moment and have been ruled out of this match. Cristian Gutierrez also has fitness concerns and might not feature in this game.


Real Salt Lake

Damir Kreliach picked up his fifth yellow card of the season last week and is suspended for this game. David Ochoa, Jeizon Ramirez and Andrew Brody are still injured and will also be unable to play a part in this match.


Vancouver Whitecaps vs Real Salt Lake Predicted XI

Vancouver Whitecaps Predicted XI (4-3-3): Maxime Crepeau; Bruno Gaspar, Andy Rose, Ranko Veselinovic, Jake Nerwinski; Leonard Owusu, Michael Baldisimo, Russell Teibert; Cristian Dajome, Brian White, Deiber Caicedo


Vancouver Whitecaps vs Real Salt Lake Prediction

Vancouver Whitecaps have improved in recent weeks and could pose a viable threat this weekend. The Canadian outfit is unbeaten in its last eight league games and will want to maintain its streak in this game.

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