Montreal will be going up against Cincinnati in a clash on Sunday. In this article, you can find all the information you will need about the match. If you want to see more MLS odds, you can check out the most recent articles on our website.
Top Betting Picks, Lines, and Predictions for Sunday's Fixture
After reviewing the statistics, we thought of the best predictions and free picks for the Montreal vs Cincinnati fixture. All odds you see here are from BetMGM and are subject to change. Before placing any of these bets review your bet slip for any changes.
Over 2.5 Goals Scored
We expect that there will be more than 2.5 total goals scored between Montreal and Cincinnati on Sunday. That's mainly because four of the last five matches for Montreal and three of the last five games for Cincinnati ended that way. Also, three of the last five times that these two teams played together, the match ended with more than 2.5 total goals.
BTTS – Yes
Three of the last five matches for both Montreal and Cincinnati ended with both teams scoring goals. We think that Sunday's game will most likely follow the same routine. Actually, three of the last four games between Montreal and Cincinnati ended with both teams scoring goals, as well.
Latest Information About the Lineups for Montreal vs Cincinnati
Here, you can check out the latest lineup information regarding Montreal vs Cincinnati.
There are only three players injured from Montreal – Tomas Giraldo, Bjorn Johnsen, and Mason Toye. There are no suspensions at this time.
There are a total of five sidelined players for Cincinnati and all of them are out with injuries. They are Isaac Atanga, Allan Cruz, Calvin Harris, Alec Kann, and Ronald Matarrita.
Latest Statistics for Montreal vs Cincinnati on Sunday
These are the latest scores and match histories of Montreal and Cincinnati for their match this weekend.
Fixture Preview for Montreal vs Cincinnati Game
Montreal and Cincinnati are only one point apart in the Eastern Conference table. We stopped on two main predictions for this game on Sunday. We think that both teams will score during the match and that there will be more than 2.5 total goals scored. Montreal is actually at the top of the conference with ten out of the thirteen games they played this season ending with over 2.5 total goals scored.
What You Should Know About the Upcoming Match
- Which TV networks will broadcast the fixture? – In the USA, the match will be broadcasted via FCC TV and ESPN+. In Canada, you can watch the match via TVA Sports.
- Where is the venue for the match? – Montreal will host the match at Stade Saputo (Montreal, Quebec).
- When is the game going to begin? – The fixture will start at exactly 01:30 on the 29th of May (Sunday).