Best High Odds and Low Odds Bets to Make on Major League Soccer Games This Weekend

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LA Galaxy to Beat Dallas and Both Teams to Score (Low Odds): +280 FanDuel

LA Galaxy, pictured, must get the win here if they are to keep up their hopes of battling for the Western Conference title and catching their city rival, and league leader, Los Angeles FC. LA Galaxy trails LAFC by four points.

Galaxy will be in need of Javier Hernandez here, with the Mexican not scoring since their deby win against LAFC a few weeks ago. 

Hernandez has five goals in this campaign, and with FC Dallas losing 4-2 to Sporting Kansas City in the U.S Open Cup in midweek, he and the Galaxy will be confident in getting the win.

On the other hand, Dallas still has scored 16 goals this campaign, which is five more than the California team, and it’s likely the Texas outfit will get a goal here but fall to a defeat.

Philadelphia Union to Beat New York Red Bulls by 2 Goals (High Odds): +600 DraftKings

Philadelphia Union will have another tough test this week in establishing themselves as the best in the MLS this season when they play hosts to the New York Red Bulls right below them in the table. 

The Union drew 2-2 last time out in the MLS to Western Conference leaders, LAFC, and it kept them at the top in the Eastern Conference and third in the overall table.

They’ll look to take one giant leap towards being the team to watch in the MLS if they can defeat the Red Bulls here. The Eastern Conference giants are in second with the Union at the top, but after scoring two against LAFC, they'll be confident in delivering a big win here against the New York team,  which drew with the Portland Timbers last time out in the MLS.

LAFC to be Leading at Halftime Against Colorado Rapids (Low Odds): +220 FanDuel

LAFC will be needing to get at least a draw here to stay ahead of Austin in the fight to win the Western Conference early on. They meet the Colorado Rapids, which has lost its past two and sit ninth in the table.

LAFC also was leading at halftime in their recent U.S Open Cup victory over the Timbers and went on to win the game, and they’ll look to come out flying against a Rapids side that has won only three times all season long.

Jimenez to Score First and Toronto to Beat Orlando (High Odds): +650 BetMGM

Jesus Jimenez will be in search of goal number nine in 12 MLS appearances this season in what has been an MVP-worthy beginning to the 2022 campaign for the Spaniard. The forward has been the only shining light for Toronto so far, as they have won just three games in the MLS.

Moreover, with Jimenez netting eight of the 16 goals they've scored this season, he has 50% of the goals and will need to be at his best to score and get the win here again. Orlando City also has conceded more (15) than they have scored (13), and it bodes well for Toronto.

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