LAFC will welcome their dreaded rivals, the LA Galaxy, for the regular season’s final meeting.
Tied at one victory each, this is a must-win for either club.

Final El Trafico of The Season

LAFC has seen a poor stretch of three straight losses. Against a Galaxy side that only has one win in their previous three matches and sits penultimate in the Western Conference. In their previous encounter, the LA Galaxy were victorious in the memorable Rose Bowl matchup. However, it will be played this time at BMO Stadium, where LAFC dominates.

LAFC has gained at least a point in 8 out of 10 matches played at home. They’ve also won when it counts, knocking out the Galaxy twice in the postseason, with both wins coming at home at BMO Stadium. What better way to get their season back on track than a win against their hated rivals?

Galaxy Should Not be Taken Lightly

LAFC already knows this, but they do not take their rivals lightly. The Galaxy, for whatever reason, ramp up on these matches and play like a first-place team. Of course, LAFC knows the importance of these games, and it’s always much more than just winning. Bragging rights, pride, and city supremacy, all come with winning these matches.

LAFC needs its stars to shine the brightest in these games, not hide in the shadows. Especially Carlos Vela, who is this match-up’s top scorer with 12 goals. Also, Denis Bouanga needs to turn it around, as he has been going through a rough stretch. Bouanga’s services will be crucial if LAFC wants to walk away with a victory.

Winning Cures All Woes

A win does wonders for the defending champions, and with this stretch, they have been on, they desperately need it. Especially since it is a rivalry game, a win is pretty much mandatory.

LAFC will need to pull out all the stops and return to contender form.

LAFC has a chance of sinking and ending their rivals’ season.
The atmosphere will be electric at BMO Stadium, and this is one matchup you won’t want to miss!

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