MLS playoffs in action. Seattle have climb a mountain after the 0-3 defeat in the first leg and have nothing to lose here, rushing to the goal from the the first minute and whatever happens. Sounders have good prospects at least to take the edge in the game and keep their hopes alive for a bigger period, not to forget they have the most productive attack in MLS, on the other side RSL unsure about their central defenders Jámison Olave and Nat Borchers both struggling with injuries (coach Jason Kreis said he will take decision about them right before the game), so nothing is impossible especially in this league.
Stats also point that we can expect goals - Seattle produced 10 over 2.5 games in their last 13 fixtures since 01 September (incl. the CONCACAF Champions League), two of those which went "under" still had 2 goals scored. RSL with 8 "overs" in total 11 games in the same period. Both teams have good offensive players - Fredy Montero, Alvaro Fernández, Mauro Rosales, Fabian Espíndola, Alvaro Saborio who can deliver in this kind of all-or-nothing game for the hosts.
3 mutual games played this season, all ended with 3 goals in the nets.
Overall I don't see why the under / over line is set to 2.25 goals as the fair one should be 2.5 at these odds.