PT vs MU Dream11: Portland Timbers will entertain fellow Western Conference foes Minnesota United at Providence Park in the 2020 Major League Soccer (MLS) regular season match. This will be the first game for either team this season, so both will look to start the campaign on a positive note.
Host: Portland Timbers Visitors: Minnesota United Competition: Major League Soccer Match Venue: Providence Park Capacity: 25,218 Match Timing: March 02, @06:00 AM
Dream11 Football Prediction – Odds checker:
Portland Timbers to win: 1.93 (93/100), Probability to happen: 51.81% Minnesota United to win: 3.62 (131/50), Probability to happen: 27.62% Draw: 3.94 (147/50), Probability to happen: 25.38%
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Portland Timbers vs Minnesota United Team News:
Portland Timbers Team News:
Portland could be without six players for their opening game of the season.
Two are definitely out, in the shape of goalkeeper Jeff Attinella (right shoulder surgery) and midfielder Andrés Flores (left knee surgery).
While four more are listed as questionable and will be monitored before the game. Defender Bill Tuiloma (right lower leg strain) midfielder Marvin Loría (left thigh strain), midfielder Andy Polo (right thigh) and forward Jaroslaw Niezgoda (right popliteus strain).
Portland roster changes:
Brian Fernandez, who scored 11 times in 19 league games last season, left the club in the off-season for Superliga Argentina.
After signing Diego Chara, the Timbers also added his brother Yimmi Chara to their roster as a Designated Player winger.
Assist king Doego Valeri was fit and raring to go. The 33-year-old notched a franchise record 16 assists last season. He was immense last season and Portland will hope he brings that same intensity and effervescence on to the pitch this time around as well.
Portland also added Jaroslaw Niezgoda and Felipe Mora to their roster this season, along with defender Dario Zuparic.
Portland Timbers key players:
Minnesota United team news:
Defender Brent Kallman is suspended for the opening game at Portland due to his sending off in the last game of 2019 season.
No more issues in this department.
Minnesota roster changes!
Darwin Quintero and Angelo Rodriguez both have been sold in the off-season. The former joined fellow MLS side Houston Dynamo, while the latter joined Columbian side, Deportivo Cali.
Luis Amarilla has also been signed. He led the scoring in Paraguayan league last season.
Tyler Miller will replace 2019 MLS Goalkeeper of the Year Vito Mannone in goal.
Minnesota United key players:
Portland Timbers vs Minnesota United predicted playing 11:
Portland Timbers: Clark (GK), Villafana, Zuparic, Mabiala, Moreira, D. Chara, Paredes, Valeri, Blanco, Y. Chara, Ebobisse Minnesota United: Miller (GK), Gasper, Boxall, Opara, Metanire, Gregus, Alonso, Molino, Lod, Finlay, Amarilla
PT vs MU Dream11 Teams:
Goalkeeper: Miller Defenders: Mabiala, Villafana, Metanire Midfielders: D Chara, Blanco, D Valeri (VC), R Lod Forwards: Ebobisse (C), Amarilla, Molino