CF Montreal vs Philadelphia Union Prediction, 10/16/2021 MLS Soccer Pick, Tips and Odds
Game: CF Montreal vs Philadelphia Union
Date: Saturday, October 16, 2021
Location: Saputo Stadium in Montreal, QC
Odds/Point Spread: Montreal (+145) Philadelphia (+185)
Kacper Przybylko and the Philadelphia Union (12-9-7, 3rd in Eastern Conference) are headed to Saputo Stadium on Saturday where they'll meet CF Montreal (11-7-10, 7th in Eastern Conference). The goalkeepers who are expected to start are James Pantemis for CF Montreal and Joe Bendik for the Philadelphia Union. The odds on this game have CF Montreal coming in at +145 and the Zolos are at +185. The over/under is set at 2.5.
Montreal faced Atlanta in their last game and earned the victory with a final of 2-1. In regard to passing, they ended with a 85.7% passes received rate by completing 341 out of their 398 passing attempts in their last game. CFM attempted 11 dribbles in this game and converted 6 of those attempts for a rate of 54.5%.
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Concerning shot accuracy, Montreal wrapped this game up at a 44.4% rate by landing 4 shots on target out of 9 shots. Montreal sports an average of 1.39 g/90 (39 goals in total) and have racked up 29 assists in all matches for the year.
Djordje Mihailovic is one guy you are going to want to keep your eye on for CF Montreal. He has totaled 21 assists while tallying 8 yellow cards in his pro soccer career. Mihailovic has had a starting assignment in 71 matchups so far in his career while scoring 0.16 goals per 90 minutes. The midfielder from the United States has totaled 11 goals scored in 6,203 minutes.
Someone else who should impact this game is Victor Wanyama, the midfielder representing Kenya. Wanyama has totaled 23,354 mins in 260 starts and has been handed 71 yellow cards. He has assisted a teammate on a goal 11 times so far in his career while scoring 26 total goals. He is currently averaging 0.10 goals per 90 during his pro soccer career.
The guy who will defend the goal for CF Montreal is James Pantemis. Pantemis has defended the goal for a total of 2,430 mins and has accumulated 67 saves in his pro soccer career. His GA/90 is 1.65 (33 total goals conceded) and he is the owner of a save percentage of 68.4. The goalie from Canada has seen 98 shots tried at him in 27 starts. Pantemis (10-4-13 mark during his soccer career) has earned 5 clean sheets, which leaves him with a 18.5% shutout percentage.
In their last game, Philadelphia walked away with a victory by a final of 2-1 against Cincinnati. They finished this game by completing 249 of the 354 passes they attempted earning a percentage of 70.3%. The Zolos finished the match with a 54.5% successful dribble percentage by connecting on 6 out of the 11 dribbles they attempted. Philadelphia converted 6 shots on goal out of their 11 shots attempted which had them sitting at a 54.5% rate when they last stepped onto the pitch. With a total of 36 goals and 26 assists for all their games, Philadelphia averages 1.29 goals and 0.93 assists per 90 min.
Kacper Przybylko will be someone to watch for Philadelphia Union. The forward who is from Germany has totaled 12,816 mins and he has scored 56 goals. He has totaled 11 yellow card cautions during his soccer career and has helped a teammate on a goal 21 times. He is averaging 0.39 goals per 90 minutes and has started 138 contests thus far in his career. Be sure to watch out for Sergio Santos, the forward representing Brazil. He has earned 37 goals during his soccer career while helping on a goal 6 different times. Santos has been given a total of 21 yellow cards in 7,384 mins played (82 starting assignments). His G/90 average during his soccer career is 0.45.
Joe Bendik will reside in front of the net for Philadelphia Union. During his professional soccer career, Bendik has surrendered 322 goals while totaling 572 stops in 181 starting assignments. He has conceded 1.76 goals per 90 and he has a record of 46-49-88. He holds a save percentage of 65.5 and his clean sheet rate is currently 12.2%. Bendik has accumulated 22 shutouts and has seen 886 shots attempted against him in 16,439 career minutes.
Who will win tonight's MLS game against the spread?
Tony Sink's Pick: Take Montreal (+145)
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