MLS Playoffs Odds – NY Red Bull vs Montreal Impact

All odds and prop bets are from Bovada:

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New York Red Bulls vs Montreal Impact

Draw No Bet
• NY Red Bulls-425
• Montreal Impact+330

Draw No Bet – First Half
• NY Red Bulls – 1H-325
• Montreal Impact – 1H+235

Spread – First Half
• NY Red Bulls – 1H-½ (EVEN)
• Montreal Impact – 1H+½ (-145)

Total Goals O/U
• Over2½ (-165)o
• Under2½ (+125)u

Total Goals O/U
• Over3½ (+150)o
• Under3½ (-200)u

Total Goals O/U
• Over4½ (+335)o
• Under4½ (-500)u

Total Goals O/U
• Over5½ (+750)o
• Under5½ (-1600)u

Total Goals O/U
• Over½ (-5000)o
• Under½ (+1400)u

Total Goals O/U
• Over1½ (-550)o
• Under1½ (+345)u

Total Goals O/U – First Half
• Over – 1H2½ (+425)o
• Under – 1H2½ (-700)u

Total Goals O/U – First Half
• Over – 1H½ (-335)o
• Under – 1H½ (+225)u

Total Goals O/U – First Half
• Over – 1H1½ (+135)o
• Under – 1H1½ (-180)u

Total Goals O/U – First Half
• Over – 1H1½ (+135)o
• Under – 1H1½ (-180)u

Total Goals O/U – First Half
• Over – 1H1 (-170)o
• Under – 1H1 (+130)u

Game Prop Bets

Correct Score
• 1 – 0+650
• 2 – 0+600
• 2 – 1+650
• 3 – 0+950
• 3 – 1+950
• 3 – 2+2000
• 4 – 0+1800
• 4 – 1+1800
• 4 – 2+4000
• 5 – 0+4000
• 5 – 1+4000
• 6 – 0+8000
• 0 – 0+1300
• 1 – 1+600
• 2 – 2+1300
• 3 – 3+5000
• 0 – 1+1400
• 0 – 2+2800
• 1 – 2+1400
• 0 – 3+8000
• 1 – 3+4000
• 2 – 3+4000
• 0 – 4+8000
• 1 – 4+8000
• 2 – 4+8000
• 0 – 5+8000
• 1 – 5+8000
• 0 – 6+8000

Half Time / Full Time
• NY Red Bulls – NY Red Bulls+105
• NY Red Bulls – Draw+1200
• NY Red Bulls – Montreal Impact+3300
• Draw – NY Red Bulls+275
• Draw – Draw+500
• Draw – Montreal Impact+900
• Montreal Impact – NY Red Bulls+1600
• Montreal Impact – Draw+1300
• Montreal Impact – Montreal Impact+750

Winning Margin
• New York RB by 1 goal+270
• New York RB by 2 goals+340
• New York RB by 3 or more goals+320
• Montreal by 1 goal+575
• Montreal by 2 goals+1300
• Montreal by 3 or more goals+3300
• Draw+300

To win both halves? – NY Red Bulls
• Yes+275
• No-385

To win to nil? – Montreal Impact
• Yes+850
• No-2000

To win to nil? – NY Red Bulls
• Yes+165
• No-260

To win either half? – Montreal Impact
• Yes+190
• No-250

First goal – 10 minute intervals
• No goal+1400
• 1st to 10th minute+245
• 11th to 20th minute+280
• 21st to 30th minute+390
• 31st to 40th minute+525
• 41st to 50th minute+650
• 51st to 60th minute+1000
• 61st to 70th minute+1400
• 71st to 80th minute+2000
• 81st to 90th minute+2200

To win either half? – NY Red Bulls
• Yes-325
• No+235

3 Way – first 10 minutes – First Half
• NY Red Bulls – 1H+425
• Draw – 1H-500
• Montreal Impact – 1H+1000

Player Props

First Goal Scorer
• Aaron Long (NYRB)+2500
• Alex Muyl (NYRB)+500
• Anatole Abang (NYRB)+600
• Aurelien Collin (NYRB)+2000
• Bradley Wright-Phillips (NYRB)+330
• Brandon Allen (NYRB)+500
• Chris Duvall (NYRB)+2500
• Damien Perrinelle (NYRB)+2500
• Daniel Royer (NYRB)+1200
• Dax McCarty (NYRB)+2000
• Derrick Etienne (NYRB)+1200
• Felipe Martins (NYRB)+900
• Gonzalo Veron (NYRB)+600
• Justin Bilyeu (NYRB)+2000
• Kemar Lawrence (NYRB)+2000
• Mike Grella (NYRB)+700
• Omer Damari (NYRB)+500
• Ronald Zubar (NYRB)+2800
• Sacha Kljestan (NYRB)+750
• Sal Zizzo (NYRB)+1100
• Sean Davis (NYRB)+1100
• Shaun Wright-Phillips (NYRB)+700
• Tyler Adams (NYRB)+1600
• Amadou Dia (MON)+2200
• Ambroise Oyongo (MON)+2200
• Anthony Jackson-Hamel (MON)+1000
• Calum Mallace (MON)+2500
• David Choiniere (MON)+2500
• Didier Drogba (MON)+650
• Domenic Oduro (MON)+900
• Donny Toia (MON)+5000
• Harry Shipp (MON)+1100
• Hassoun Camara (MON)+4000
• Hernan Bernardello (MON)+2500
• Ignacio Piatti (MON)+900
• Jeremy Gagnon-Lapare (MON)+2200
• Johan Venegas (MON)+2000
• Kyle Bekker (MON)+1400
• Kyle Fisher (MON)+3300
• Laurent Ciman (MON)+3300
• Lucas Ontivero (MON)+1600
• Marco Donadel (MON)+2500
• Matteo Mancosu (MON)+800
• Michael Salazar (MON)+850
• Patrice Bernier (MON)+2200
• Romario Williams (MON)+1100
• Victor Cabrera (MON)+6600
• Wandrille Lefevre (MON)+2500

Anytime Goal Scorer
• Aaron Long (NYRB)+850
• Alex Muyl (NYRB)+135
• Anatole Abang (NYRB)+175
• Aurelien Collin (NYRB)+650
• Bradley Wright-Phillips (NYRB)-120
• Brandon Allen (NYRB)+135
• Chris Duvall (NYRB)+850
• Damien Perrinelle (NYRB)+850
• Daniel Royer (NYRB)+375
• Dax McCarty (NYRB)+650
• Derrick Etienne (NYRB)+375
• Felipe Martins (NYRB)+275
• Gonzalo Veron (NYRB)+175
• Justin Bilyeu (NYRB)+650
• Kemar Lawrence (NYRB)+650
• Mike Grella (NYRB)+200
• Omer Damari (NYRB)+135
• Ronald Zubar (NYRB)+1000
• Sacha Kljestan (NYRB)+220
• Sal Zizzo (NYRB)+330
• Sean Davis (NYRB)+330
• Shaun Wright-Phillips (NYRB)+200
• Tyler Adams (NYRB)+500
• Amadou Dia (MON)+750
• Ambroise Oyongo (MON)+750
• Anthony Jackson-Hamel (MON)+300
• Calum Mallace (MON)+850
• David Choiniere (MON)+850
• Didier Drogba (MON)+185
• Domenic Oduro (MON)+275
• Donny Toia (MON)+1800
• Harry Shipp (MON)+330
• Hassoun Camara (MON)+1400
• Hernan Bernardello (MON)+850
• Ignacio Piatti (MON)+275
• Jeremy Gagnon-Lapare (MON)+750
• Johan Venegas (MON)+650
• Kyle Bekker (MON)+450
• Kyle Fisher (MON)+1200
• Laurent Ciman (MON)+1200
• Lucas Ontivero (MON)+500
• Marco Donadel (MON)+850
• Matteo Mancosu (MON)+240
• Michael Salazar (MON)+250
• Patrice Bernier (MON)+750
• Romario Williams (MON)+330
• Victor Cabrera (MON)+2200
• Wandrille Lefevre (MON)+850

Goal Props

First Team To Score
• NY Red Bulls-225
• No Goal+1400
• Montreal Impact+185

Even/Odd Total Goals
• Even-120
• Odd-115
• GOAL PROPS

Even/Odd Total Goals – First Half
• Even – 1H-135
• Odd – 1HEVEN

Goals Scored
• Between 0 and 1+345
• Between 2 and 3EVEN
• Between 4 and 5+210
• 6 and Over+750

New York Red Bulls vs Montreal Impact
Goals Scored – Montreal Impact
• Exactly 0+140
• Exactly 1+135
• Exactly 2+365
• 3 and Over+950

New York Red Bulls vs Montreal Impact
Goals Scored – NY Red Bulls
• Exactly 0+525
• Exactly 1+230
• Exactly 2+220
• 3 and Over+160

Goals Scored – First Half
• Exactly 0 – 1H+225
• Exactly 1 – 1H+160
• 2 and Over – 1H+130

Last Team To Score
• NY Red Bulls-220
• No Goal+1400
• Montreal Impact+190

To score in both halves? – NY Red Bulls
• Yes+125
• No-165

To score in both halves? – Montreal Impact
• Yes+450
• No-750

Both Teams To Score
• Yes-145
• No+105

Both Teams To Score – First Half
• Yes – 1H+305
• No – 1H-450

Both Teams To Score – Second Half
• Yes – 2H+210
• No – 2H-300

Corner Props

New York Red Bulls vs Montreal Impact
Number of Corners – NY Red Bulls
• Between 0 and 2+1000
• Between 3 and 4+325
• Between 5 and 6+215
• 7 and Over-110

Even/Odd Total Corners
• Even-115
• Odd-115

Even/Odd Total Corners – First Half
• Even – 1H-115
• Odd – 1H-115

First Corner
• NY Red Bulls-220
• No Corners+10000
• Montreal Impact+150

New York Red Bulls vs Montreal Impact
Total Corners O/U
• Over9½ (-130)o
• Under9½ (EVEN)u

Total Corners O/U
• Over12½ (+260)o
• Under12½ (-360)u

Total Corners O/U
• Over11½ (+175)o
• Under11½ (-235)u

Total Corners O/U
• Over8½ (-205)o
• Under8½ (+155)u

Total Corners O/U
• Over10½ (+115)o
• Under10½ (-155)u

Total Corners O/U – First Half
• Over – 1H4½ (-110)o
• Under – 1H4½ (-125)u

Total Corners O/U – First Half
• Over – 1H5½ (+170)o
• Under – 1H5½ (-235)u

Total Corners O/U – First Half
• Over – 1H6½ (+300)o
• Under – 1H6½ (-475)u

Corner Spread
• NY Red Bulls-1½ (-210)
• Montreal Impact+1½ (+155)

Corner Spread
• NY Red Bulls-2½ (-135)
• Montreal Impact+2½ (EVEN)

Corner Spread
• NY Red Bulls-3½ (+115)
• Montreal Impact+3½ (-160)

Corner Spread – First Half
• NY Red Bulls – 1H-2½ (+190)
• Montreal Impact – 1H+2½ (-275)

Corner Spread – First Half
• NY Red Bulls – 1H-1½ (EVEN)
• Montreal Impact – 1H+1½ (-135)

Corner Spread – First Half
• NY Red Bulls – 1H-½ (-210)
• Montreal Impact – 1H+½ (+150)

Last Corner
• NY Red Bulls-220
• No Corners+10000
• Montreal Impact+150

Last Corner – First Half
• NY Red Bulls – 1H-220
• No Corners – 1H+5000
• Montreal Impact – 1H+150

DC United is hot, and Montreal is in a state of turbulence in the playoffs. Paul Tenorio planned how DC or Impact- will win:

Montreal Impact has Didier Drogba glory of momentum in the final months of last season. The same quality appears to have an impact during the last week of the campaign.

Version Montreal 2015 is a fun team with the big personality and won the game because of the ability Drogba scored as if he was still Chelsea Drogba we remember. The team had suffered this year when age finally reached the legendary striker. Drogba has slowed, and Montreal took a role more suited to a backup version 38. It does not work well for Drogba, which only serves to play second fiddle, especially in a league where he showed his ability to dominate.

He added more drama to the first match-up back and forth between Montreal and DC United, who went into the as one of hottest teams in MLS. Drogba would not have traveled to Washington, which may indeed be a positive for the Impact better without him on the field now.

England received the Impact on Thursday nights at 19:30 ET. This game will be broadcast UNIMAS.

DC Why you win …

DC United entered the game as favorites to make a run through the playoffs.

Note New York Red Bulls; there may be no team in better condition. DC has only lost twice in their last 14 games, including a defeat in the city of Orlando at the end of the season as United rested most of his starting lineup. Montreal seems to explode while the DC record of 6-1-6 in 13 games before they are indicative of a team that has found his rhythm after a few steps in July.

The United Force is once in organizing their defense. It will correct the results of the mentality against an attack which is not enough to look at, but the work was done. There is no more. Luciano Acosta ran the show and marking up Patrick Mullins; Britain has become one of the best-attacking teams in MLS during the second half of the season. DC He scored 34 goals in the last 14 games of the season after allowing 19 goals in his last 20 games.

These powers, particularly the ability Acosta for the final pass, according to Montreal in the campaign. If England can find Acosta in the pocket in front of the central defenders and defensive midfielder behind the slowest of Montreal, should be able to master the game. Mullins walked behind the lines, and movement in the box worked very well with the vision and ministry Acosta Lloyd Sam and Patrick Nyarko and will have a chance against a Montreal team that allowed 53 goals this season.

Why Montreal will win.

Ignacio Piatti.

It is very simple. Piatti is one of the few capable of MLS players to change the game itself. If you can find a workspace to pinch from the left side of midfield in a defender, Nick DeLeon, Argentina can get an early goal and changed the contest.

Montreal must find ways to keep the States to amend their midfield for Piatti. Dominic Oduro speed on the wings can help, but Matteo Mancosu must occupy a central defender and a midfielder trio behind the frontline States to move more quickly up the pitch when Montreal won the ball. It will put pressure on Rob Vincent Jared Jeffrey and in the middle of park assist. If Montreal can enjoy this space, however, it is the biggest test.

Moreover, here is where the absence of Drogba painful. Drogba on the bench for 30 minutes, even for a change requiring teams to play in Montreal is different and open space for Piatti. Missing option.

From Montreal could keep organized defend themselves & creating space for isolated Piatti, Impact can eliminate the interference in the first round. It will probably take an exceptional performance, however, to reduce the broad side of the Kingdom.

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MLS Playoffs – New York Red Bulls vs New England Revolution, LA Galaxy vs Seattle Sounders FC

There are two great MLS matches today. The first is between RBNY and the Revolution. This game is at 2pm EST on NBC. The Red Bulls are slight favorites here. They handled DC United pretty easily in the first playoff round, and they’re playing at home today. Personally, I think they’re a good price at -105.

Odds:

Team Point Spread Money Line Total Total Odds
New York Red Bulls -½ (-105) -105 (-155)o
New England Revolution +½ (-125) +250 (+120)u
Draw +240

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Today’s second match is between the Galaxy and the Sounders. LA are the favorites here, but I kind of like Seattle at +375. I think there’s some value in that bet. You can catch this game on ESPN at 5pm EST.

Team Point Spread Money Line Total Total Odds
LA Galaxy -½ (-165) -165 (-130)o
Seattle Sounders FC +½ (+125) +375 (EVEN)u
Draw +275

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Good Luck today!

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Odds for tonight’s MLS playoff game – New York Red Bulls vs Sporting Kansas City

After beating Sporting KC just a few days ago to win home field advantage for this match, it’s no surprise that RBNY is favored in this spot. Personally I think this is a good price on NY here.

Team Point Spread Money Line Total Total Odds
New York Red Bulls -1 (+140) -135 (EVEN)o
Sporting Kansas City +1 (-180) +330 (-130)u
Draw +260

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New York Red Bulls vs Sporting Kansas City – First Goalscorer 

Player Odds
Bradley Wright-Phillips 15/4
Thierry Henry 11/2
Ambroise Oyongo 7/1
Saer Sene 7/1
Tim Cahill 15/2
Peguy Luyindula 17/2
Ruben Bover 10/1
Lloyd Sam 14/1
Marius Obekop 14/1
Bobby Convey 18/1
Chris Duvall 18/1
Dom Dwyer 5/1
C.J. Sapong 17/2
Claudio Bieler 17/2
Soony Saad 17/2
Graham Zusi 12/1
Jacob Peterson 18/1
Sal Zizzo 18/1
Antonio Toni 20/1
Aurelien Collin 20/1
Benny Feilhaber 20/1
Jorge Claros 20/1
No Goalscorer 9/1

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What you need to know about Major League Soccer (MLS)

Soccer is one of the sports for which basic training is a must. There are several tricks and strategies that players must be aware of to play soccer perfectly. After getting required training, it is essential to get into a soccer team and start playing the sport at state level and eventually reach the national level. If you are one of the biggest soccer fan or a player, you must also know about Major League Soccer.

Major League SoccerMLS is one of the top professional soccer leagues in the US. It was in the year 1996 when MLS kick-started with 10 teams. Popular among both youths and adults, the league has 19 teams and mostly runs during March-October period. In total, 34 games are played, at the end of which there is a winner. The team which bags maximum points is rewarded with the Supporter’s Shield. The MLS championship award goes to the winning team. As far as points are concerned, when there is a tie between teams, they would get one point. A loss would give them zero points while victories would earn them three points.

In the last season, played in 2013, Sporting Kansas City had won MLS cup and New York Red Bulls had bagged Supporter’s Shield.

From 1996 to present, the league has undergone a number of changes and struggle. The poor financial condition pushed the then-Commissioner Doug Logan in a dilemma following which he had to quit the job in 1999. The league had suffered a loss of approximately $250 million in first five years of the launch. This was not the end as MLS again had to bear the brunt when it lost close to $350 million before 2004.

Notably, in the year 2007, MLS saw debut of David Beckham. Besides him, some really great and renowned players have made their contribution to the league. In 2013, the average salary paid to the players approximately was $160,000. The league encourages youngsters as well as trainers to join soccer teams and take the sport a notch higher in the arena.

It is to be noted that when, for the first time, pro-soccer was tried in North America, the attempt miserably met failure and now, MLS has become so popular in the world that people from outside the United States also visit the place to witness the league. There was a change in the league’s philosophy which was aimed at giving a platform to youths to get an exposure and play the sport enthusiastically.

Meanwhile, one must know that with time, sports betting is gaining popularity and people have started taking more interest in it. Promising huge returns, betting in sports doesn’t entirely depend on luck and one can play it over the internet as well. However, it is not as easy as it sounds. A lot of practice and experience is required to put bets and earn huge points. So it is always advisable to put bets on sport games only if one has relevant experience.

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Historical MLS Cup Odds

We have updated odds for the 2014 MLS Cup. Below are old odds for the 2012 Cup won by the LA Galaxy.

Below are the odds for the winner of the 2012 MLS Cup. These odds were last updated on March 3, 2012.

MLS Cup Trophy

Los Angeles Galaxy 15/8
Seattle Sounders 5/1
Real Salt Lake 7/1
FC Dallas 8/1
Sporting Kansas City 8/1
Colorado Rapids 12/1
Houston Dynamo 12/1
New York Red Bulls 12/1
Columbus Crew 18/1
Philadelphia Union 18/1
Chicago Fire 25/1
Portland Timbers 25/1
Toronto FC 28/1
DC United 33/1
New England Revolution 33/1
San Jose Earthquakes 33/1
Chivas USA 40/1
Montreal Impact 66/1
Vancouver Whitecaps 66/1

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The Current State of Major League Soccer

Major League Soccer was America’s way to enter the world of soccer internationally. Founded in 1993 the states created the league in order for the ability to host the FIFA World Cup. The league is made up of 19 teams from the U.S. and 3 from Canada. Each team plays 34 games in a regular season.

Even though Major League Soccer was founded in 1993 to host the FIFA World Cup in 1994, the actual games didn’t start until 1996 when it had only ten teams.

Major League Soccer in 2013

This was the strongest year seen for MLS; more than half a dozen cities were begging to join including San Diego, and Miami. That’s the good news, and of course we must follow with…

Some of the problems that were faced in Major League Soccer:

Long and drawn out post season schedule, falling Television ratings and a final that featured the two tiny cities in the league completely took away from the usual adrenaline packed games that we are familiar with in MLS. It really left a bad taste in the mouth of fans that were privileged to witness one of the most engaging seasons since Major League Soccer was founded in 1996.

The Playoffs started the same day the World Series ended taking away from the coverage and hype.

Major League Soccer After the first 12 matches of the post season which were played in the first 12 days the entire league took a two week break between the qualifying rounds of the World Cup. By the time it was started again, people had lost interest, stories died, and the only fans that remained locked in were the diehard fans. The rest of the MLS “acquaintances” simply forgot who was even playing.

This was followed by another two week break ahead of the Championship game. Once again the MLS lost its momentum and fans trailed off to other sports and areas of interest due to only 3 games being played in a month.

The TV audience for the cup was small, and the MLS was hurting after seeing its most important game lacking the draw for what was called the most significant television rights agreements in the Leagues history.

After next season Major League Soccer will have to figure some things out as ratings have dropped considerably on the major networks that host the games, seeing a fall of almost 30% on ESPN alone and the T.V. deals are over. Asking for an increase from the networks may not go over well with such a drop in viewers.

NBCSN was down 6% and Univision was actually up 21% so time will tell what happens next year. Hopefully with the addition of a New York team and an Orlando Florida team popularity will rise again and we will see an increase in ratings, specifically in the North and South East. Talks of a possible Miami franchise have also been rumored between Don Garber and David Beckham, with investors including the likes of Lebron James adding a sense of stardom to the spectrum giving a more attractive feeling.

All in all 2014 will bring is undetermined and we will have to wait and see, let’s hope for an entertaining season full of adrenaline packed energy and undying momentum for Major League Soccer.

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2013 MLS Cup odds, teams, location, date, time, TV channel and tickets

Who’s playing: Real Salt Lake and Sporting Kansas City

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Odds from Bovada

USA – Major League Soccer Playoffs – MLS Cup Winner 2013

Team Odds Total Total Odds
Sporting Kansas City -185 (+120)o
Real Salt Lake +145 (-155)u

USA – Major League Soccer MLS Cup – 1st Half Line

Team Odds Total Total Odds
Sporting Kansas City (1H) +160 (+180)o
Real Salt Lake (1H) +300 (-240)u
Draw +115

Time: The match is scheduled for 4:00 PM Eastern on Saturday, December 7th.

Location: Sporting Park, Kansas City, Missouri, USA

TV Schedule: In the US, the game will be broadcast on ESPN and UniMas. You can also watch it online at WatchESPN. Canada and Mexico will broadcast the MLS CUP on TSN2 & RDS and online at MLS Live.

Weather: The weather for the match looks cold but dry. The high for the day is will be 19 degrees and 0% chance of precipitation

Tickets: Ticket prices are the highest they have been in the last five years. Kansas City plays in Sporting Park which holds about 22,000. Their supporters have turned out in big numbers leading to a consecutive sellout streak of 35 games.

Ticketmaster was also only selling “general public” tickets to people with a billing address in the Kansas City area. Personally I think this is a good practice to prevent scalpers from driving up ticket prices. Unfortunately for RSL, this limits the number of tickets their fans could buy directly from Ticketmaster, forcing them to pay more off for tickets off the secondary market.

Preview: Having finished with a better regular season record, Sporting will enjoy home-field advantage and the rabid support of a soccer-mad city that already hosted the MLS All-Star game and a U.S. men’s World Cup qualifier this year.

It will mark the third time Kansas City has played for the MLS championship having won the title in 2000 when the team was known as the Kansas City Wizards and losing in the final four years later.

“This is a team that has figured out how to get it right,” praised MLS commissioner Don Garber. “They have figured it out on the field and have convinced us and everybody in the North American soccer community that Kansas City is one of the great soccer towns in North America.

“They have created an environment in that stadium that validates our belief that America has really become a soccer nation.”

Back in the championship game for the second time in five seasons, Real will also be chasing their second title having hoisted the giant silver cup in 2009 with a victory over David Beckham and the Galaxy.

While Salt Lake plays a more attractive European style possession game, Kansas City prefers a physical brand of football relying on the league’s top defense, led by Besler and fellow national team member midfielder Graham Zusi, that surrendered just 30 goals in 34 matches.

Zusi, who set a career high with six goals this season and Besler, MLS defender of the year in 2012, were both named to the MLS best XI for the second consecutive year on Tuesday, underlining their status as keys to a KC victory.

The Sporting defense will be tested by Real’s designated player Alvaro Saborio, a member of Costa Rica’s World Cup squad and a lethal finisher who had 12 goals in 16 games for Salt Lake this season.

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Sweet Lion of Zion! (Kyle Beckerman of Real Salt Lake)

If you don’t have a team to root for in this year’s MLS Cup, this painting might be all you need to make you into a Real Salt Lake supporter.

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Kyle Beckerman is RSL’s team captain, and his look is freaking awesome. He’s also seen some action in the US National Team, and has been an MLS All-Star for the last five years. If still need to more about the man with the hair you can follow him on Twitter.

If you’re here looking for odds on next week championship game, we’ve go you covered. We’ll also be updating the site over the next several days to keep you up to date on line movements and any prop bets we hear of.

Enjoy the weekend!

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Bet the 2013 MLS Cup – Sporting Kansas City vs Real Salt Lake

The 2013 MLS Cup is 8 days away, and we have the odds for the championship match. The game is Saturday, December 7th at 4pm EST. In the US the game will be broadcast on ESPN and UniMas. In Mexico and Canada, you can watch the game on TNS2 and RDS.

Odds for the 2013 MLS Cup –

4:00p
Sporting Kansas City
Real Salt Lake

You can find these odds at Bovada.

Sporting Kansas City is the current favorite. The easiest way to think about the above odds is that 20/37 is close to 1/2. So if you would need to bet a little less than $2 on Kansas City to win $1.

Meanwhile the odds on Real Salt Lake are 29/20 of close to 3/2. In order to win $1 on Salt Lake you would need to bet about $0.66. Of course you can bet any amount you want. Say you bet $100 on RSL and they win, you’ll win $145. Not too bad if you like them to win the MLS Cup.

Right now we haven’t found any prop bets for the game yet. The MLS Cup is still about a week away, so there is still time for the bookies to get some out there. Usually for US championship games, there are a lot of props that you can bet. One sportsbook offered over 300 different prop bets for last year’s Super Bowl. Currently the MLS Cup isn’t as popular as the Super Bowl or the World Cup, but I wouldn’t be surprised if there were some props bets offered on the game as we get closer to the start.

Here is a good recap of the playoffs:

And what does ESPN have to say?

Whatever happens this should be a great match and great for the game of soccer in the US. Sporting KC has already sold out there next season, and they have another 1,000 people on the waiting list.

Both these teams were the 2nd seed in their respective brackets. Both play an quick, aggressive game, and it should make for a very close match. I could easily see this game ending with 1 goal differential. Who will win? Well I won’t tell you how to bet, but I think it will be close either way.

So we hope you enjoy the game. We’ll be back to update this site again before next Saturday with additional bets and odds offered for this game. We’ll also include where you can bet these wagers, whether it’s online or in Las Vegas. So don’t worry, we’re you’re one stop shop for betting on the MLS Cup.

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The odds for the 2013 MLS cup

Are not out yet… Sorry soccer fans. Major League Soccer is still in a growth stage, and that’s obvious from the way it’s treated by Las Vegas. Compared to developed sports leagues, Vegas treats MLS like an ugly stepchild.

Just look at American football. The Monday after the Super Bowl is played, sportsbooks will already have the odds for the winner of the next Super Bowl. The same is true for las vegas signMajor League Baseball and the NBA. These leagues have been around for a longtime, and they’ve earned the respect of the Vegas lines makers. MLS has not.

It’s true that in America people don’t bet on the soccer as much as they do other sports, but maybe the public would be more inclined to bet on MLS if sportsbooks actually had odds for the championship all year long. I know I would be.

Because this site is focused on betting MLS, I have a vesting interest in growing interest in the league. Over the next couple of weeks, I’m going to look at different ways the league can grow. And I’ll continue to look for the odds on the 2013 MLS Cup. As soon as I find some, I’ll post them here.

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