Sunday’s MLS Regular Season match between the LA Galaxy and St. Louis CITY SC marks the second all-time meeting across all competitions between the two teams, with the series tied 0-0-1. In the first meeting between LA and St. Louis the year, the Galaxy fought back to earn a 1-1 draw on the road at CITYPARK on June 11. In 38 matches against MLS clubs in their expansion year dating back to 1998, the LA Galaxy hold a record of 22-9-7. LA is riding a riding a three match unbeaten run (2-0-1, 6 GF, 2 GA) following a 0-0 shutout draw against Houston Dynamo FC at Dignity Health Sports Park on Sept. 2. Notably, the Galaxy hold a 5-1-5 (21 GF, 15 GA) record in their last 11 regular season matches played dating back to May 31. Additionally, LA extended its unbeaten run at home to five matches (3-0-2; 10 GF, 4 GA) dating back to June 21 with the draw against Houston.