The Los Angeles Galaxy are unbeaten in their last three road matches against the San Jose Earthquakes (W2 D1), their longest road unbeaten run in all competitions in the California Clasico since 1999-2000.
The San Jose Earthquakes have collected 25 points from its 12 home matches this season (W7 D4 L1), having not recorded more after 12 home games of a season since 2012 (27). The San Jose Earthquakes haven’t earned more than 27 points at home over a full season since 2019 (32).
The Los Angeles Galaxy have lost only one of their last nine regular-season matches (W4 D4) after losing eight of their previous 10 in league play (W2). The Los Angeles Galaxy has found the net multiple times in seven of those nine matches after scoring more than once just three times in its first 14 league games in 2023.
Cristian Espinoza has scored in each of his last two regular-season home matches and has eight goals in 12 home matches for the San Jose Earthquakes this season. Only the Los Angeles Football Club’s Denis Bouanga (9) has scored more home goals than Espinoza this season.
Piqui Puig has contributed to a goal in each of his last five league appearances (3 goals, 4 assists), the longest active streak in MLS. Only Luciano Acosta (9) and Ryan Gauld (8) have been involved in more goals than Puig (7) in regular-season play since the beginning of July.