Whitecaps At LAFC Match Preview July 24th, 2021: Vancouver Looks To Continue Recent Success
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The Whitecaps at LAFC Match Preview will see Vancouver looking to continue their recent success again Saturday, July 24th. The Vancouver Whitecaps are coming off a 0-0 draw against the Houston Dynamo on Tuesday night. In case you missed any of the action check out the match recap right here.
It wasn’t a win but it did take a lot of pressure off the Vancouver Whitecaps. Some more pressure will come off as the team will be returning home to train before hosting a home match on August 21st. Vancouver announced they would start training back in Vancouver and travel to games away and in Salt Lake.
LAFC and Bob Bradley are coming off a heartbreaking loss to the Portland Timbers. After both teams would hit the back of the net before the 17th minute the match looked to be heading towards a draw. A late stoppage-time goal by Felipe Mora in the 3rd added minute gave all 3 points to the Timbers.
Let’s check out the lineup for this match as the Whitecaps look to climb up the MLS Western Conference Standings.
News, Notes, and Lineups Whitecaps At LAFC Match Preview
The Whitecaps and LAFC clash on Saturday, July 24th from Banc of California Stadium. Kevin Stott will watch over things as the referee with Jose Rivero as the VAR official. After the 0-0 draw, Marc Dos Santos will still be short-handed with players away on Gold Cup duty. With Lucas Cavallini and Maxime Crepeau still unavailable, MDS would make 3 changes to the lineup.
Caio Alexandre would take over in the midfield for Russell Teibert. He will join Michale Baldisimo and Janio Bikel in a 4-3-3. Deiber Caicedo, Brain White, and Cristian Dajome will roam the top from left to right. Cristian Gutierrez, Erik Godoy, Ranko Veselinovic and Javain Brown make up the back 4 in from of Thomas Hasal.
Bob Bradley would also make 3 changes from the loss to Portland. The front 2 of Carlos Vela and Deigo Rossi would remain the same in a 5-3-2 formation. Eduard Atuesta would replace Francisco Ginella in the middle to join Latif Blessing and Jose Cifuentes.
LAFC would make two more changes in front of Keeper Tomas Romero. Jesus Murillo would replace Eddie Segura and Raheem Edwards would come in for Deigo Palacious. They will join Marco Farfan, Tristan Blackmon, and Kim-moon Hwan on the backline.
We could be in for a big offensive performance from both teams. Let’s hope the Whitecaps can continue their recent success and come out on the positive side against LAFC. Ranko Vesleniovic and Erik Godoy will have their hands full tonight.
The Sports Talk Line Network And The Vancouver Whitecaps
The Vancouver Whitecaps at LAFC match preview will get you ready for Saturday night. For the latest news and updates during the match follow @JoshuaGriffith0 on Twitter.
Make sure to check out the Sports Talk Line Network postgame for more recap, thoughts from the team, and “The Unnamed Moments Of The Match”.
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