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Preview: Minnesota United FC (5-7-3) at Inter Miami FC (5-7-3)

This will be the first meeting between Inter Miami and Minnesota United. Minnesota has only played one away match in Florida, a 2-1 victory at Orlando City in March 2018.

Inter Miami has won four of its last five home matches (D1) including the last two in a row. Miami has just one home winning streak longer than the current two-match run, winning five straight at DRV PNK Stadium from July to September last season.

Minnesota United has lost seven of its last 11 matches (W3 D1) after a 2-1 defeat at New England on Sunday. The Loons had seven losses in their previous 34 regular season games dating back to May 2021 (W15 D12).

Jean Mota received his first card of the season in Miami’s defeat at Atlanta on Sunday. It was the fourth red card for Miami this season, tied for most in MLS, as they’ve had more players sent off (13) than any other team since joining the league in 2020.

Minnesota United’s last three goals, including Emanuel Reynoso’s penalty on Sunday, have come on set pieces. Overall, eight of Minnesota’s 16 goals this season have been on set plays (50.0%) with only the Whitecaps (55.6%) getting a higher percentage of their goals on set plays.

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