LA Galaxy vs. St. Louis City: How and where to watch, preview, lineups and prediction

The MLS is back, the LA Galaxy is back! This Sunday, September 10, the Galacticos host St. Louis City. Let's go with all the details you need to know before the game.

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Next Sunday, September 10, at 5:00 p.m. (PT), the LA Galaxy will host St. Louis City. The Galacticos arrive with a balance of 2 wins and 2 losses, while those from St Louis have lost 3 of their last 5 games.

LA Galaxy arrives slightly as a favorite. The last confrontation between these two teams took place on June 11, 2023, and the game ended in a draw 1-1. However, in February of this year, the LA Galaxy hosted St. Louis City and not only beat them but humiliated them, defeating them 4-1 in a friendly match.

Match details

  • Date: Sunday, September 10, 2023.
  • Location: Los Angeles
  • Stadium: Dignity Health Sports Park
  • Time: 5:00 p.m. (PT).

Where and how to watch LA Galaxy vs. St. Louis City live?

  • Channel: FOX.
  • Online: MLS Season Pass on Apple TV.

The View From Avalon Prediction

LA Galaxy 2-1 St. Louis City.

LA Galaxy predicted lineup

LA Galaxy's predicted starting XI vs. St. Louis City: Bond - Calegari, Zavaleta, Yoshida, Edwards - Cerrillo, Rosell - Puig - Costa, Joveljic, Boyd.

LA Galaxy's situation

Efrain Alvarez, who has played 104 games with the LA Galaxy, registering 8 goals and assisting 16 times, called up to the Mexican Soccer Team on an occasion, has finally left the Galacticos to sign for Liga MX side Club Tijuana. In any case, Alvarez did not enjoy prominence in the club, so this should not alter Greg Vanney's strategy in any way.

St. Louis City predicted lineup

St. Louis City's predicted starting XI vs. LA Galaxy: Burki - Hiebert, Parker, Nilsson, Markanich - Blom, Vassilev - Ostrak - Stroud, Adeniran, Porisson.

St. Louis City's situation

Just on September 2 of this year, St. Louis City faced Sporting Kansas City, where Mexican forward Alan Pulido plays, who just a few weeks ago sounded strong to reach Chivas again and who ended up staying in the MLS. Well, the man from Tamaulipas scored a brace in his team's victory over St. Louis City, who will face LA Galaxy with the intention of getting rid of the bad taste in their mouths caused by the aforementioned defeat.