Colorado Rapids VS Houston Dynamo will see the Rapids try to get three matches undefeated when they host Dynamo at DSG park today.
Houston on the other hand, want to end a four-game winless stretch after suffering their 10th loss of the year in midweek to Minnesota United.
Predictions and Betting Preview for Colorado Rapids VS Houston Dynamo Game 24
- Venue: DSG Park, Colorado.
- When: Sunday, July 16th, 2023
- Time: 2:30 GMT
- Teams to play: Colorado and Houston.
- MLS Picks: MONEYLINE 2.35
Odds provided by 1XBet.
Betting On Colorado Rapids
- 1XBet Spread: 0
- 1XBet Over/Under: Over 2
- 1XBet Moneyline: 2.35
The Colorado Rapids finished off with a scoreless draw against the Portland Timbers on Wednesday July 4 at the DSG Park.
This game resumed in the 46th minute, and only players who were active on July 4 could play, meaning that Andrew Gutman of the Rapids, who joined the team after that date, was ruled out of the match.
The result leaves Colorado at the bottom of the Western Conference on 18 points after 22 matches, but the Rapids have only lost once in their last four outings, meaning they may have turned a corner.
A playoff spot for this team is realistically out of reach, with the Rapids 11 points behind Dallas FC in seventh, but a good climax to the season may be in the cards for them.
Betting On Houston Dynamo
- 1XBet Spread: 0
- 1XBet Over/Under: Under 2
- 1XBet Moneyline: 3.416
Failing to qualify for the playoffs in each of the past five seasons, Houston was set to clinch a top-seven position in the Western Conference and be present for the business end of the season.
This plan took a huge blow Wednesday night when they were defeated by Minnesota United onthe road, courtesy of strikes from Bongokuhle Hlongwane, Ismael Tajouri, and Teemu Pukki, but their is still time to turn things in their favor.
Houston is presently, ninth position in the Western Conference, after picking up 28 points from 22 matches, with only eight wins coming on the road.
Since they had an easy 4-1 victory over San Jose Earthquakes on June 22, Houston lost consecutive games against Austin FC and Seattle Sounders before splitting the spoils in an intriguing 2-2 draw with Sporting Kansas City and suffering a loss to Minnesota United, so they are expected to end the winless curse today.
Although they enter today’s game in better form, Colorado Rapids still hage a poor home record, and Houston has a bad away record, so the teams might cancel each other out, resulting in a draw.