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16/1 MLS Accumulator lands on Saturday!

After landing a 8/1 BTTS Accumulator on Wednesday and a 13/1 Win Accumulator at the start of May, our analysts have landed yet another in the form of a 16/1 MLS Accumulator!

Here is how it unfolded:

Our MLS Accumulator consisted of 4 fixtures, spanning across the States. We commenced in Columbus where an in-form home side came up against Chicago Fire. Columbus Crew had won their previous 2 home games and it didn’t take long before they found the net, with Higuain converting a penalty in the 28th minute. A solid performance continued into the second half, where a brace from American striker Zardes sealed the 3 points for Columbus Crew.

The next game in our Accumulator had us on the edge of our seats. We required New England Revolution to come out victorious, and it was all going to plan at half-time with the home side leading 3-0 through 2 goals by Penilla and 1 by Bunbury. However Toronto FC were a different side in the second half, and eventually managed a breakthrough. Thankfully, even with goals in the 55th and 89th minute, New England Revolution held on and came out victorious, 3-2.

The next game features 2 sides and another dose of goals. DC United are on a terrible run of form and were facing a Real Salt Lake side who had won their previous 2 fixtures on home soil. The Washington side haven’t had trouble finding the net, but they have simply conceded too many goals to give them results. They took the lead early on through Arriola but unfortunately it wasn’t enough to get them any points, and by the 56th minute DC United found themselves 3-1 down. A consolation second goal from Birnbaum wasn’t enough and Real Salt Lake landed the third leg of our accumulator!

Lastly our accumulator travelled to Colorado, where the Rapids hosted New York Red Bulls. The away side had lost just 1 of their last 5, and all that we required was a Win or Draw. Colorado had lost their last 3 fixtures before this one, and after 5 minutes our prayers were answered with a goal from Red Bulls attacker Royer. A close game followed with chances at both ends, but it was the visitors who made the second breakthrough when super sup Etienne scored just 9 minutes after joining the field. Even with a goal from opposite substitute McBean, New York Red Bulls took the 3 points and ultimately landed out 16/1 MLS Accumulator!

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