Odds for the 2012 MLS Cup – Los Angeles Galaxy vs Houston Dynamo

MLS Cup TrophyThe 2012 MLS Cup will be played on December 1, 2012 at the Home Depot Center between last year’s champions the LA Galaxy and the Houston Dynamo. The big news surrounding this game is that David Beckham will be leaving the Galaxy after this season. This will be his last game with the team. Landon Donovan has hinted that this could be his last match with the Galaxy too.

Below we have the odds to win the 2012 MLS CUP (provided by Bovada):

Team to Lift the Trophy (including penalty kicks)

TEAMS MONEYLINE
Los Angeles Galaxy -250
Houston Dynamo +185

Odds for the Game

TEAMS POINT SPREAD MONEYLINE TOTAL TOTAL ODDS
Los Angeles Galaxy -½ (-130) -130 (EVEN)o
Houston Dynamo +½ (EVEN) +330 (-130)u
Draw - +240

Alternate total odds

TEAMS TOTAL TOTAL ODDS
Los Angeles Galaxy 3 (+175)o
Houston Dynamo (-230)u
TEAMS TOTAL TOTAL ODDS
Los Angeles Galaxy 2 (-210)o
Houston Dynamo (+160)u

If you need help reading the odds, please check out our page about betting on soccer.

This game will be broadcast live on ESPN, Telefutura, TSN and RDS. You can also catch the game on SiriusXM FC 94, and online at Watch ESPN. Even though the match will not be on major network, ratings are expected to be better than last year when the MLS Cup was held on a Sunday night.

We expect this to be the most bet MLS Cup in history. Interest in the league has grown, and it now boasts the 3rd highest attendance of any sports league in America, beating both the NBA and NHL. An ESPN survey at the beginning of the season also found that professional soccer is the 2nd most popular sport in America for 12-24 year-olds. (You have to be 21 or over to bet this game in Vegas.)

If you’re betting on the MLS Cup this year, good luck! We would love to hear who you are backing in the comments below.

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One Response to Odds for the 2012 MLS Cup – Los Angeles Galaxy vs Houston Dynamo

  1. piracetam says:

    We will have MLS Cup coverage every day this week, concluding with extensive reporting of the final, including a minute-by-minute liveblog of the game.

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