The first game on this list comes from the MLS which made a return last weekend as the 2021 season began.
New England face DC United in what is a clash of sixth place against second in the table, with the away side looking to build on their impressive start as they look to make a playoff charge having failed miserably in doing so last year.
The hosts come into this game having drawn 2-2 with Chicago Fire at Soldier Field last time out in what was a crazy start to the game, as Fire went 2-0 thanks to goals from Robert Beric and Luka Stojanovic inside the first 11 minutes, before 14th and 27th-minute strikes from Adam Buksa and Gustavo Bou levelled up the scoring.
DC managed to record a good home victory against New York City FC on the opening game, as having fallen behind to an early Valentin Castellanos goal, United’s fans might’ve feared the worst for the upcoming season, however, both Brendan Hines-Ike and Russell Canouse
This fixture has a history of a lot of goals being scored in it, as in the last five meetings there has been 18 goals, including a 4-3 thriller at the back end of last season which saw goals from Buksa, a Teal Bunbury brace and a Canouse own goal see New England edge out the victory against DC at the Gillette Stadium.