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July 10th: Sunday’s MLS Accumulator – 7/1

With all eyes from across the footballing globe falling on America this weekend, we have a host of noteworthy fixtures from the MLS. So, for those of you looking to stick on a Sunday acca, we have found a handful of helpful tips that are worth keeping an eye out for.

Sunday July 10th

BST 00:30 Cincinnati vs New York Red Bulls

Starting with the hosts, last seen putting in another professional display, New York should find the mood in their camp at a real high. Picking up a deserved 1-0 victory away at Sporting Kansas City last weekend, the Red Bulls now find themselves leading the chase at the top of the Eastern Conference. Managing to prove that their 2-0 loss against LAFC on June 26th was just a minor blip, Head Coach Gerhard Struber has seen his side gain plenty of praise. Now winning for of their last five domestic matchups, a run that stems over the past month, the Whites have also won six of their last eight outings. Holding a two-point buffer at the top of the table, New York will also be boosted by their most recent meeting against Sunday’s opponents. Claiming a 1-0 victory when the two sides faced off at the TQL Stadium last season, Struber’s side will be looking to cash in on a Cincinnati side that that have shown some extended inconsistencies. Despite being last seen playing out a 2-2 draw against New England on the road, the Ohio-based outfit have managed to win just one of their previous six domestic contests. Likewise, picking up just a pair of MLS victories in front of their own supporters since March 19th, we’re backing an away win for the Eastern Conference leaders.

Tip: New York Red Bulls win @ 6/4

01:00 Orlando City vs Inter Miami

While Orlando might have managed to book their spot in the semi-finals of this season’s US Open Cup thanks to a penalties victory away at Nashville on June 29th, the Purples came crashing back down to earth last weekend. Putting in a defensive disaster at home against DC United and eventually getting hit with a remarkable 5-3 defeat, Head Coach Óscar Pareja’s men are in the midst of a downbeat MLS run. Now knowing that they’re in a battle to clinch a Final Series spot this season, Sunday’s hosts have managed to win just one of their last six MLS contests. Showing some extended issues at the back, it should be noted that Orlando have gained a reputation for their lively outcomes. Including that eight-goal thriller against DC last weekend, Pareja’s side have seen seven of their last eight domestic matchups finish with both teams finding the net. On the flip side, managing to mount a last-gasp 1-1 draw away at Dallas earlier in the week, Phil Neville’s men will be desperate to build off of that momentum. Sat within touching distance of breaking into the Final Series spots, the ex-Manchester United defender has seen his side suffer just a single MLS defeat since May 7th. With seven of the eight showdowns between Sunday’s opponents finishing with both teams finding the net, we’re backing a similar outcome here.

Tip: Both teams to score @ 8/11

02:00 Real Salt Lake vs Colorado Rapids

Starting with Sunday’s hosts, coming off the back of what was an action-packed 3-2 loss away at Minnesota last weekend, there is no doubt that Real Salt Lake will be seeking an immediate response here. While Pablo Mastroeni’s men might be in the midst of somewhat of a recent rut, RSL will be glad to make a return to home soil. Still battling it out at the top of the Western Conference table and in pole position to clinch a Final Series spot this season, the Utah-based outfit have continued to shine in front of their own supporters. On a run that has seen them pick up victories against the likes of LA Galaxy and Austin, Sunday’s hosts are unbeaten in their last five contests at the Rio Tinto Stadium, recording four victories. Likewise, remarkably conceding just a single strike in any of those five home fixtures, Salt Lake should be smelling a chance here. On the flip side, also getting hit with their own 3-2 loss at the hands of Austin earlier in the week, Colorado are enduring a worrying blip. Managing to collect just a single point from any of their last four MLS outings, the Rapids have also recorded just a single victory since the middle of May. It should be noted, with Real Salt Lake landing a 3-1 win the last time they welcomed Colorado to Utah, we’re backing a home victory here.

Tip: Real Salt Lake win @ 1/1

Our Sunday MLS Accumulator:

Cincinnati vs New York Red Bulls – New York Red Bulls win @ 6/4

Orlando City vs Inter Miami – Both teams to score @ 8/11

Real Salt Lake vs Colorado Rapids – Real Salt Lake win @ 1/1

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