Real Salt Lake has won each of its first two matches against the Colorado Rapids this season, including a 3-2 toad win in May. Real Salt Lake has 18 regular-season wins over the Colorado Rapids (D4 L5) since the start of the 2014 season, three more than any other team against a s single opponent over the last 10 MLS seasons.
After a three-match home losing streak in May, the Colorado Rapids have lost only one of its last nine regular-season home matches at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park (W3 D5). Still, the Colorado Rapids have just 17 points in 16 home games this season as they’ve never finished with fewer than 20 points in a season with 15 or more home games.
A win on the final day of the season would take Real Salt Lake to the 50-point mark for just the second time since 2015 (53 in 2019). A win by one or two goals over the Colorado Rapids would make Real Salt Lake (currently minus – 3 goal difference) the sixth team in MLS history to reach 50 points with a negative goal difference.
The Colorado Rapids have scored in seven straight matches after failing to fid the net in nine of its previous 10 regular-season matches. The Colorado Rapids have 10 goals over those seven games after scoring only 16 times in their first 26 regular-season matches in 2023.
Cristian Arango has scored in each of his last three away matches as only the Vancouver Whitecaps FC’s Brian White has scored in four straight road games this MLS season. The only Real Salt Lake player to score in four consecutive regular-season road games is Alvaro Saboro, who did so in August-September 2011.