MLS Weekend Preview: Week 25

MLS Weekend Preview: Week 25

  • Posted by Drew Epperley
  • On September 4, 2009
  • 2009 Week 25, Weekend Previews

I may be on vacation getting ready for my wedding but I did spare a second to do some game pickings. Yes the previews are going to be kept mighty short but thankfully we only have three games to deal with. I guess the league decided three games would be enough of a break during an international window of World Cup qualifiers.

Anyways, three games so let’s waste no more time with them. (Also, I meant to mention this the other day, no power rankings next Monday due to the short week…no need to re-rank clubs after only a couple playing this week)

Kansas City Wizards – at – New England Revolution:

If I were a betting man I would put a lot of money on New England in this one. KC hasn’t scored in a few games and New England is looking real solid right now to continue up the standings here. KC also hasn’t looked good on the road and their defense hasn’t gotten that much better under Peter Vermes. My bet is New England wins this one pretty easily.

WVH Prediction: New England 2, KC 0


DC United – at – FC Dallas:

It seems like every time DC is in Dallas since I have moved down there I am out of town. So is life I suppose. Anyways, Dallas is cleaning some house right now and DC is slowly turning things around. DC has a hell of a lot more to play for right now and I think they keep it going with another win on Saturday in Frisco. Its a lesser of two evils for me, DC is just a t

WVH Prediction: DC 2, Dallas 1


Toronto FC – at – Colorado Rapids:

One would hope that Colorado won’t continue on their win one, lose one, win one, lose one streak that they are on right now. Based on the last game we should expect a loss since they beat Houston at home last week. They really need to take four points from Toronto in these next two games and losing for both really isn’t an option. TFC got a big road draw last week in Seattle and I think they pull off the same here in Colorado.

WVH Prediction: Colorado 1, Toronto 1