MLS Cup finalists in 2020, Seattle have been hugely impressive in their quest to go one step better this year.
Brian Schmetzer’s side top the Western Conference – three points clear of Sporting Kansas City – with 29 points from their opening 12 games.
The Sounders, who have only failed to find the net once this term, also boast the league’s joint-top scorer in 10-goal Raul Ruidiaz, with only LA Galaxy’s Javier Hernandez matching that tally.
Seventh in the West, Minnesota are not in bad form either. In fact, defeat by Colorado Rapids last time out ended a seven-match unbeaten streak.
It was also the first time in nine that Adrian Heath’s side had drawn a blank in front of goal.
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Minnesota United vs Seattle Sounders: Match Stats
Minnesota have never beaten Seattle since their maiden MLS season of 2017; losing seven of the eight meetings between the sides.
But they have been sharp in front of goal on home soil, failing to find the net just once in their last 12.
Minnesota United vs Seattle Sounders: Squawka Says
Scoreline prediction: Minnesota United 1-2 Seattle Sounders
Minnesota United vs Seattle Sounders: Odds
Minnesota United vs Seattle Sounders: Head to Head
17 April 2021: Seattle Sounders 4-0 Minnesota United
8 December 2020: Seattle Sounders 3-2 Minnesota United
6 October 2019: Seattle Sounders 1-0 Minnesota United
5 May 2019: Minnesota United 1-1 Seattle Sounders
5 August 2018: Minnesota United 1-2 Seattle Sounders
Seattle are unbeaten against Minnesota since the latter’s MLS debut in 2017; winning seven of the eight meetings between the sides.