The oddschecker team have picked out a 14/1 Wednesday treble covering action in the MLS and International Friendlies.
Argentina vs Jamaica – Argentina Win & Over 3.5 Goals
Simply put, Argentina are in hot form and remain unbeaten in 34 games. They have two more games before they head to the World Cup in November and will look to extend their unbeaten run to head into the tournament on the best possible form.
They come up against Jamaica first at the Red Bull arena in New York. Jamaica’s squad includes several Premier League players like Leon Bailey, Michail Antonio and Bobby Reid but lack further depth and will most likely struggle against the star power of the Argentinians.
Messi’s side have won three on the bounce with a winning margin of 11-0, this includes a 3-0-win vs Italy in the first ever Cup of Nations final. The South Americans are in hot form, and we expect this to continue against Jamaica.
Seattle Sounders vs FC Cincinnati – FC Cincinnati Win
The Seattle Sounders have struggled to maintain form this season and have lost three of their last five coming into this fixture. The currently sit 10th in the Western Conference and are six points off the play-offs with three games to go in the regular season.
If they win this one, they position themselves just three points off Minnesota in 7th and give themselves a shot at the play-offs. They have all to play for against Cincinnati, but they have struggled to maintain any constant form throughout the season so a win in anything but certain.
FC Cincinnati come into this game in much better form. They are unbeaten in 11 games and currently sit 6th in the Eastern Conference, well within the play-off positions. With three games left in the regular season they will see these fixtures as must wins to book their place in the post season.
As well as being unbeaten in 11, they have won four of their last five and are playing with confidence. With all this in mind, we think they’ll edge this one at Lumen Field.
Mexico vs Colombia – Colombia Win
Mexico have struggled for form recently and have only won two of their last five games. They have struggled in the past few years to replace their ageing stars, but they still managed to qualify for this year's World Cup. They have three more games before the start of their World Cup campaign with Colombia their biggest challenge. Thy have struggled to score against better opposition of late, managing only three goals in their last three games and we expect them to struggle again against a strong Colombian defence.
Colombia, alongside Italy, are one of the surprising teams who didn’t manage to qualify for this year's World Cup after flourishing at the last two instalments. The come into this game in good form, winning their last four games whilst keeping three clean sheets.
Their most recent outing against Guatemala saw them dominate the ball and run out worthy 4-1 winners. We expect a similar performance in California but suspect they won’t be able to score as many. Still, we think Colombia beat Mexico in this one.