FC Dallas vs. Nashville SC Predictions and Picks

FC Dallas vs. Nashville SC Predictions


Key Stat: The struggles in Nashville are real

Tip Reasoning

  • No triumphs in their last six games
  • Only one home win in nine games
  • Dallas is looking for their third straight win


Dallas’ consistency has been lacking for a long time now but they seem to have found another gear in recent weeks and we’re going for a money line pick where they get their first three-game win streak since 2020. They’ll face a struggling Nashville team without a single triumph in their last six appearances; their form is dropping just before the playoff starts and they now found themselves out of a postseason place – a win would see them getting back to 6th place.

Still, Dallas is the better side and their recent form has been much better. Nashville can’t find a way to do anything right recently: their attack has been sputtering and their defense is allowing a lot of goals – you’d have to dig really deep to find the last time that they kept a clean sheet. For those reasons, we’re going with Dallas to win this game with some really nice odds.

Tip Reasoning

Key Stat: Lots of Nashville games have both teams scoring

  • Dallas has enough power to produce two goals against a weak Nashville defense
  • Nashville has some interesting firepower, but their defense is leaky
  • They’re desperate to win and this should open some extra spaces for the opponents

Going from the principle that it’s easy to score against Nashville and Dallas should dominate the game because of Nashville’s poor run of form, two goals for a team improving is nothing absurd to bet. Nashville has been dreadful recently with 1-4-4 at home but they also scored in their previous seven home games. For those stats alone, we’re going with the Over 2.5 goals here in some nice odds as well.

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Henrique Bulio
A former junior tennis player, officially left the courts to writing in 2017 with just 18 years of age. Writing has always been a hobby, but it became a serious thing six years ago, and has been a bettor in the American Leagues and soccer for almost four years now. Breathe sports every day, especially the NFL and College Football.