Inter Miami vs St. Louis Predictions

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Inter Miami welcome St. Louis as they aim to bounce back after their midweek defeat against Atlanta United, so let’s look at some Inter Miami vs St. Louis predictions. The hosts suffered their first defeat since March 23 but remained top of the Eastern Conference due to Cincinnati’s defeat at home to Nashville. St. Louis’ last three games have all ended in defeat. Read our tips and predictions for Sunday’s game at the Lockhart Stadium.

Inter Miami vs St. Louis Predictions & Tips

  • ●  GG – 1.70 with Bet9ja
  • ●  Over 3 Goals Asian Line  – 1.73 with Bet9ja
  • ●  GG & Over 2.5 Goals – 1.90 with Bet9ja
  • ●  St. Louis Goals Exact : 1 – 2.45 with Bet9ja
  • ●  Inter Miami win and Under 4.5 Goals – 1.75 with Bet9ja
  • ●  1X & GG  – 1.91 with Bet9ja
  • ●  At Least A Half X: Yes – 1.71 with bet9ja

Inter Miami should be expected to win 2-1 against St.Louis.

Messi & co need a reaction

Inter Miami suffered their first defeat in the last 10 MLS games on Thursday, losing 3-1 at home to Atlanta United despite a goal from Lionel Messi. The Herons now have a chance to bounce back.

Inter Miami have had an abysmal record in midweek as they have won just one of their last six games. Sunday’s match will be Messi’s last one before the Argentine leaves to play in the Copa America.

The eight-time Ballon d’Or winner seemed to be in good form against Atlanta, scoring his 11th goal of the MLS season.

Yet, Miami is struggling to keep it tight and has only obtained two clean sheets in the last 13 games in all competitions.

Bet 1:GG & Over 2.5 Goals @ 1.90 Bet9ja

A concerning defensive record

Tata Martino’s side has previously managed to come back into the game after falling behind, as seen in recent matches against the New York Red Bulls and the New England Revolution.

Still, Inter Miami’s defence has often allowed scoring opportunities to the opposition, including last Thursday.

Despite Inter Miami playing with all their stars – Messi, Luis Suarez and Sergio Busquets, from the beginning, Atlanta dominated in expected goals (xG), total shots and big chances created.

Gonzalo Pineda’s men should have probably scored at least a couple of times more and ultimately they deserved the win.

St. Louis have scored at least a goal in 10 of their last 14 games in all competitions and have only failed to score away from home twice this season.

Bet 2: Away Goals Exact : 1 @ 2.45 Bet9ja

Still on course for a strong campaign

Despite Thursday’s setback, which marked their third MLS defeat, Inter Miami are still top of the Eastern Conference and could end the season with 68 points, which would guarantee them the top stop in the table.

After Sunday, the Herons will be without Messi and Suarez for at least the next six games, due to their Copa America participation, so it is imperative for them to win.

Five of Miami’s last 10 victories have been in games with four goals or less and St. Louis have never been defeated by more than a two-goal margin this season.

On the other hand, the visitors have only kept three clean sheets so far, so it’s unlikely they’ll come out of the Lockhart Stadium without conceding.

Bet 3: Inter Miami win and Under 4.5 Goals @ 1.75 Bet9ja

Back the hosts, but with caution

Inter Miami were outplayed by Atlanta and have recently struggled to perform at a high standard. Due to a congested fixture schedule, Martino had to chop and change the formation several times, which disrupted the team’s rhythm.

The absence of defender Nicolas Freire due to an ACL injury is proving very costly. Miami’s central partnership of Tomas Aviles and Serhiy Kryvtsov has recently shown its limits.

The hosts have failed to win two of the last four games, but they’ve never lost back-to-back games this season.

They still remain a very strong side as they’re the MLS top scorers with 39 goals. They are expected to get a positive result against St. Louis, who have only won three times.

Bet 4: 1X & GG @ 1.91 Bet9ja

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