New York Red Bulls have been one of Major League Soccer's most prominent sides in the last few years. However, thanks to the challenge of competing with New York City FC, they now face more competition than ever to remain in the hunt for trophies and even play-off finishes, although they have the quality to compete again this year.
The Red Bulls have been inconsistent to say the least in the opening stages of this current campaign. After kicking off with two victories, Jesse Marsch's men then picked up only one point from the next available 12, before bouncing back to form with a hard-fought win over DC United last time out. The home win is priced at 7/10 with BetVictor
Columbus Crew may be one of the teams to watch out for in Major League Soccer this season. The Ohioans have a very strong squad on paper and their quality has already been shown as after seven matches, they currently occupy top spot in the Eastern Conference and they have every right to feel they can challenge for the supporters shield this term.
Gregg Berhalter's men can make the trip to Harrison this weekend in high spirits having won four of their last five matches. The Crew have been in great form, even managing an away win over DC United alongside three victories in front of their own fans. Can they earn another three points on the road in this game at 17/4 with bet365
Major League Soccer is one of the most attack-minded leagues in world football and we're expecting yet more goals in this game. The Red Bulls have shipped nine goals so far this season but in Bradley Wright-Phillips they possess the winner of last year's golden boot whilst the Crew have failed to score in only one game so far this term. We're on the home win and both teams to score bet at 11/5 with bet365
That man Wright-Phillips has been one of the most influential players in the United States over the last few seasons. Since joining the Red Bulls in 2013, the former Manchester City striker has racked up no fewer than 80 goals in just 135 games, including three in seven so far this term. He's our anytime scorer pick at evens with Sky Bet