St. Louis CITY SC (15-10-5) v. Minnesota United FC (9-10-10) Saturday, September 23, 2023, 7:30 p.m. CT Allianz Field AppleTV+ MLS Season Pass Statistics: St. Louis CITY: 50 Points, 56 GF, 38 GA, net +18, Form WWWWWLLWDLLWWWLDLLWWWLWWLWLDDD, Road 5-7-3 Minnesota United FC, 37 Points, 37 GF, 38 GA, net -1, Form WDWDWLLLDLLWWDLDLDWLWDWDWDDLL, Home 3-3-8 Quick turnaround from LAFC for our third match and second road trip in eight days. It’s always difficult for any team to get back up after an emotional match. Our huge home draw with LAFC deprived them of their best chance to catch us. The match saw Blom take a knock and several players leave everything on the pitch. Alm is still listed as questionable, and some reports say he will not be available again until mid-October. Another tough test against a possible playoff team. Minnesota gave us our first loss, 1-0 at CITYPARK on April 1. The lone goal was a PK by Luis Amarilla, who has since been transferred to Mazatlan FC in the M League. Minnesota recently acquired Caden Clark, but he won’t be eligible until after this MLS season. Minnesota is a bit of an MLS outlier, with a 3-3-8 home and 6-7-2 road record. They are coming off an implosion on the road, blowing a 3-1 halftime lead over the Galaxy in a 3-4 loss. This could be a classic trap match. Discuss.