Vancouver Whitecaps

form

All
VAN 2 - 1 SEA
W
VAN 3 - 0 LA
W
COL 3 - 1 VAN
L
SJ 2 - 0 VAN
L
VAN 0 - 3 NSH
L
RSL 1 - 1 VAN
D
VAN 2 - 1 COL
W
LA 5 - 2 VAN
L
VAN 2 - 1 HOU
W
NSH 1 - 1 VAN
D
Los Angeles

form

All
LAF 3 - 1 HOU
W
MIN 1 - 1 LAF
D
DAL 2 - 1 LAF
L
LAF 2 - 0 RSL
W
HOU 2 - 1 LAF
L
ATX 4 - 1 LAF
L
SJ 2 - 1 LAF
L
LAF 1 - 0 DC
W
LAF 5 - 0 CLT
W
LAF 0 - 0 * AME
L
Head to Head
13 Matches (4 Draws)
4 Total wins 5
4 Home wins 3
0 Away wins 2
Last 5 Matches
2 Wins
2 Draw
1 Wins
VAN 1 - 0 LAF
LAF 3 - 1 VAN
LAF 1 - 1 VAN
VAN 2 - 1 LAF
LAF 2 - 2 VAN
7 Goals Scored 7
Games Over 2.5 Goals 3 / 5
Both Teams Scored 4 / 5
Team Comparison
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  • Distribution
  • Discipline
Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Los Angeles FC beat Vancouver, 3-1, on March 20 to end a four-match winless run against the Whitecaps (D2 L2). Vancouver has won its last three home matches against LAFC (including one in Portland), each by a one-goal margin, after LAFC won their first trip to BC Place, 2-0, in April 2018.
  2. The Whitecaps haven’t lost any of their last five home matches (W3 D2) following a scoreless draw with New England on Sunday. Since returning to BC Place last August, Vancouver has lost only two of its 17 home matches (W11 D4), a run that began with a 2-1 win over LAFC.
  3. After finishing the first half tied, 1-1, LAFC outscored FC Dallas, 2-0, in the second half to win, 3-1. LAFC has outscored its opponents in the second half in 14 of its 17 MLS matches this season, with three second halves finishing level. LAFC has not been outscored in the second half of any match this season.
  4. Vancouver’s scoreless draw with New England on Sunday was just the third time its failed to score at BC Place since the start of the 2020 season. It’s been more than three years since the Whitecaps failed to score in consecutive home matches, last doing so in March-April 2019.
  5. Cristian Arango has scored in four straight matches after netting LAFC’s second goal against Dallas on Wednesday. Despite being in the league less than a year, this is Arango’s third streak of four or more games with a goal in MLS, including a five-match run in August-September last season.
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