Atlanta United host Real Salt Lake in the upcoming game of the Major League Soccer 2022 season.
The match - a non-conference tie - will be played on Tuesday, July 5 at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium with the kick-off scheduled for 5:00 AM IST (Indian Standard Time).
Atlanta United have as many as eight players out with injuries, including former Premier League star Brad Guzan. The sizable number of absentees have played a big role in the team’s disappointing run of results in the ongoing MLS campaign.
Real Salt Lake, on the other hand, will be without the injured trio of Zack Farnsworth (ankle), Damir Kreilach (back), and Bobby Wood (abductor problem). Meanwhile, Bret Halsey and Justen Glad are both doubts for the tie.
Atlanta United vs Real Salt Lake odds for MLS 2022
Atlanta United: 1.87
Real Salt Lake: 3.75
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Atlanta United vs Real Salt Lake recent form
Atlanta United, currently 11th on the Eastern Conference points table, have won just one of their last five games across all competitions.
Real Salt Lake, on the other hand, have also won a solitary game in their last five matches but currently occupy the third spot on the Western Conference standings.
Atlanta United: L, L, D, L, W
Real Salt Lake: D, L, D, W, L
Atlanta United vs Real Salt Lake head-to-head
Atlanta United lead the all-time head-to-head record against Real Salt Lake in the MLS, with two wins in three meetings. Real Salt Lake, in turn, won the last fixture between the teams with a scoreline of 2-1.
Atlanta United vs Real Salt Lake predictions and football betting tips for MLS 2022
Atlanta United are backed by the odds to beat Real Salt Lake on Thursday, courtesy their head-to-head advantage.
However, given Real Salt Lake’s performances in the MLS this term and position on the Western Conference standings, the contest can be a tight affair.
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