SJ vs SS, Major League Soccer
Monday, October 19, 2020 08:00 AM
San Jose Earthquakes vs Seattle Sounders FC Dream11 Preview
In 2020 Major League Soccer, we have the dream teams San Jose Earthquakes and Seattle Sounders FC for today’s match prediction. Both the teams belong to Western Conference of the tournament. The team SJ are placed at the seventh position in the standings with 23 points scored in their account. So far they have played 18 games, in which they have won 6 games, tied 5 games and lost 7 games. The total goals of the team is 34 and goals against is 49. In the past game, they played against the team LA Galaxy and won by 0-4 scores. Prior to this win, they played against the team Portland Timbers and lost by 3-0 scores. Their winning streak is one. Their form in the last 5 games are W L W W W. They should try to maintain the winning streak to reach more heights in the standings.
San Jose Earthquakes (SJ) – Key Players
The ranking players for team SJ are Andres Rios, Chris Wondolowski and Valeri Qazaishvili.
Andres Rios is the forward player who has played 18 games and scored 5 goals.
Chris Wondolowski is the forward player who has played 17 games and scored 4 goals.
Valeri Qazaishvili is the midfielder who has played 14 games and scored 3 goals.
Seattle Sounders FC (SS) – Key Players
The ranking players for team SS are Raul Ruidiaz, Jordan Morris and Nicolas Lodeiro.
Raul Ruidiaz is the forward player who has played 13 games and scored 9 goals.
Jordan Morris is the forward player who has played 16 games and scored 8 goals.
Nicolas Lodeiro is the midfielder who has played 14 games and scored 5 goals.
SJ vs SS – Recent Form
San Jose Earthquakes: W L W W W
Seattle Sounders FC: L W W W L
SJ vs SS – Probable Playing 11
San Jose Earthquakes: Matt Bersano, JT Marcinkowski, Daniel Vega, Oswaldo Alanis, Nick Lima, Jacob Akanyirige, Florian Jungwirth, Tommy Thompson, Shea Salinas, Guram Kashia, Marcos Lopez
Seattle Sounders FC: Stefan Frei, Trey Muse, Stefan Cleveland, Joevin Jones, Shane O’Neill, Kelvin Leerdam, Alex Roldan, Nouhou Tolo, Xavier Arreaga, Yeimar Gomez-Andrade, Nicolas Lodeiro.