Full time: Minnesota 1, LAFC 1. The black-and-gold have to split the points, but Vela ties up the scoring record. Thanks for following, more coverage coming soon!
75th minute: Goal Minnesota. Michael Boxall with the header off a free kick to tie it up. Buckle up for a big finish here.
70th minute: GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL LAFC! Carlos Vela scores No. 31, tying the MLS record. Oh, and LAFC lead 1-0, let’s go!!!!!
56th minute: LAFC have dominated, but no goals so far. Sisniega made a key save after halftime on Angelo Rodriguez, but otherwise LAFC are looking for the breakthrough.
A few changes for LAFC. Pablo Sisniega starts in goal, Tristan Blackmon shifts to central defense for Walker Zimmerman, and Diego Palacios gets his MLS debut.
Minnesota use most of the same group that they used last time the teams played.
YOUR XI for this Sunday evening... pic.twitter.com/pEzHJJlbyG— Minnesota United FC (@MNUFC) September 29, 2019
LAFC are coming off a victory vs. the Houston Dynamo which saw Bob Bradley’s squad clinch the Supporters’ Shield.
Minnesota United are currently second in the Western Conference with 52 points.
Adrian Heath’s squad has been very solid this season, including a 2-0 victory against LAFC earlier this month, where Mason Toye scored both goals for the Loons. Colombian forward Darwin Quintero has been impressive, netting 10 goals and five assists.
Slovenian midfielder Jan Gregus has also had an outstanding season as he’s contributed seven assists while completing nearly 86% of his passes.
Vegas currently favors LAFC at (+115), while listing Minnesota United as home underdogs (+195). The odds for a draw are currently listed at (+295) (Via Bovada).
How to Watch:
This Sunday’s match between LAFC and Minnesota United will be televised by FS1 and Fox Deportes at 4:30 pm PT with kickoff to follow.
The game will also be carried by local radio affiliates ESPN 710 and KFWB 980.