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MLS Wednesday Preview, Picks and Predictions

MLS Wednesday Preview, Picks and Predictions

Two MLS matches on Wednesday starting 16th week of the season. In Chicago, the Fire facing undefeated in last 5 games Toronto FC.
Later this evening, on west coast San Jose Earthquakes in must win situation hosting Chivas USA.

Keep in mind I’m not even 40 % in my accuracy this season, but I have been their before. I’m not blaming my self for my predictions, but the players, and sometimes referees, most of the time is their fault.:)

However, despite poor start of the campaign, I’m confident trough the season, I should be able to get back to over 50%, but obvious goal is to cross 54% as earlier as possible.

Current Week 16 record 00 (accuracy 50.00 % )

Last Week 15 record 1117 (accuracy 39.28 % )

2014 MLS Predictions record 116176 (accuracy 39.73 % )

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Wednesday, July 2


The Fire will play their first league game in nearly a month, since rookie Harry Shipp scored a pair of goals in their 3-2 loss to Seattle Sounders FC on June 7 at Toyota Park. The defeat extended the Fire’s league winless streak to four games.
Jermain Defoe scored his fourth goal over the last three games, but Toronto FC conceded a late equalizer to leave them in a 2-2 draw with the New York Red Bulls on Friday evening. Defoe is tied for fourth in the MLS Golden Boot standings with eight goals.
TFC has not defeated Chicago since a 4-1 win May 8, 2010, a span of eight games without a victory in the series.
Toronto FC have never won at Toyota Park, as the Fire have won the last three meetings in Bridgeview, including a 1-0 victory last Oct. 19. The Fire have taken points from their last four trips to BMO Field.

Chicago Fire will come to this match with high motivation for 3 points, but numbers don’t lie and they are the worst home team in MLS. In the last 7 games at home, the Fire won only once, they lost 2 with 4 ties. Toronto on the other hand are pretty solid on the road. We should see some goals at Toyota Park, but is really hard to pick the winner, not sure if motivation would be enough for the Fire but they are at home.


Chivas USA striker Erick Torres became the all-time leading Mexican-born goalscorer in MLS history with a candidate for the MLS Goal of the Year, hitting for the only tally in the 1-0 win against Real Salt Lake on Saturday evening at StubHub Center.
Torres has 10 goals this season (of the 15 goals scored by Chivas USA), now third in the MLS Golden Boot standings, and 17 goals in 30 games since coming to MLS. He surpassed legend Cuauhtémoc Blanco, who netted 16 goals in 62 games over three MLS years.
The teams are meeting for the second time this season. Yannick Djaló scored the game’s only goal in the 66th minute to lead the Quakes to a victory April 26 at Buck Shaw Stadium.
The last Chivas USA victory in the series came July 6, 2011, a 2-0 win in Carson; San Jose is 5-0-2 in the all-time series since.
Lately Chivas USA defense seem be improved, and Earthquakes are having difficulties creating chances. The Quakes lost their game vs LA Galaxy on Stanford, and did not look good offensively. Of course things could change in Wednesday, but I don’t expect many goals in this match.


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MLS Final Standings of 2013 season

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2014 MLS Predictions record 116176 (accuracy 39.73 % ) in picking winner, draw or OVER / UNDER results.

MLS Picks 2010 - 2013 record

MLS Picks 2010 - 2013 record

CHRIS’s PICKS in 2013 season 211199 (accuracy 51.46 % )

CHRIS’s PICKS in 2012 season 187133 (accuracy 58.43 % )

CHRIS’s PICKS in 2011 season 159142 (accuracy 52.82 %)

CHRIS’s PICKS in 2010 season 9782 in entire 2010 MLS season (accuracy 54.19 %) in picking winner or OVER / UNDER results.

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