Charlotte FC will be looking to make it three back to back wins in the Major League Soccer this weekend when they take on Philadelphia Union at the Bank of America Stadium. Kickoffs on October 2 at 00:30 EAT.
Charlotte FC is not the best teams in the conference but surprisingly they have grabbed two wins in their last two matches and the playoff spots is still within reach for them. In their last five matches, Charlotte FC picked up two wins against three losses.
Charlotte FC will be looking for another win following 2-3 MLS victory to beat Chicago Fire in their most recent fixture. In that game, Charlotte FC had 60% possession, 14 shots with six of them on target and goals scored by Karol Świderski (68′, 96′) and Nuno Santos (76′). Chicago Fire got 14 shots with four of them on target and goals by Mauricio Pineda (3′) and Jhon Jáder Durán (30′).
Meanwhile, Philadelphia Union is currently the best team in the Eastern Conference. They sit at the top spot with 64 points after 32 top flight games. In their campaign this season they have recorded only four loses against 18 wins and 10 draws. Coming into this game, Philadelphia Union is unbeaten in their last seven matches.
Philadelphia Union held each other to 0-0 MLS stalemate with Atlanta United in their most recent encounter. In that game, Philadelphia Union had 40% possession and five shots with none of them on target while Atlanta United got 16 shots with six of them on target.
Charlotte FC vs. Philadelphia Union head to head
Saturday’s fixture will be the second head to head encounter between Charlotte FC and Philadelphia Union; Philadelphia Union won in the first meeting which was early this season.
- Philadelphia 2-0 Charlotte 03/04/22
- Chicago 2-3 Charlotte
- Charlotte 1-0 New York City
- Cincinnati 2-0 Charlotte
- Charlotte 0-2 Toronto
- Charlotte 1-2 Orlando
- Philadelphia 1-0 Pachuca
- Atlanta 0-0 Philadelphia
- Philadelphia 5-1 Orlando
- New York 0-2 Philadelphia
- Philadelphia 4-1 Atlanta
Charlotte FC team news
Adam Armour, Vinicius Mello and Guzmán Corujo will be unavailable for gaffer Christian Lattanzio’s selection for this game through injuries.
Philadelphia Union team news
Boss Jim Curtin has a fully fit squad ahead of this match.
Prediction and odds
Philadelphia Union is unbeaten in all their last six matches while Charlotte FC lost three of their last six matches.
- Philadelphia Union Win
- Both teams to score