Charlotte vs Montreal USA – MLS Date: Saturday, 14 May 2022 Kick-off at 23:00 UK / 00:00 CET Venue: Bank of America Stadium
Charlotte had an inconsistent start to this season. They won four, drew one and lost six of their 11 fixtures of the first MLS season since their introduction to the world of football. Their run isn’t that bad and have been trying tehir best to improve of late.
They have been recording surprising displays and have acquired a position top of the experienced MLS outfits. Their most recent fixture in the league was against Inter Miami at home ended up in a 1-0 win which ended up their three game winless run. They will be hoping to make that win count.
Meanwhile, Montreal have recorded enough of unbeaten displays to bag points which is more than enough to occupy a safe zone spot of the table. They are currently at the third spot, eyeing for the first position of the table two points away from them.
Montreal recorded a 4-1 win against Orlando City at home in their most recent league fixture to wove a thread of seven subsequent unbeaten games in the league. They will be hoping to extend that thread to 8 unbeaten games in a row.
By the looks of things, we expect a highly competitive encounter between these two outfits when they both meet in an MLS fixture on Saturday at the Bank of America Stadium.
Charlotte vs Montreal Head-to-head (h2h)
This will only be the first head to head match between these two outfits.
Charlotte vs Montreal Prediction
Charlotte have been showing their potential in transforming. They have lost each of their first two home fixtures to transform themselves into a better shape of owning a winning streak of four home games in the league at present.
They won each of their past four league home outings and will be having highest of spirits for sure. Their upcoming opponent Montreal is having an inconsistent form at home. Such a form wont even stand a chance against them for sure.
Therefore, we are backing Charlotte to seal a win against this Montreal outfit who are winless in four of their total 6 on road fixtures this season when the referee blows the final.