Best High Odds and Low Odds Bets to Make on Major League Soccer Games This Weekend
We’ll give you betting advice for Major League Soccer games throughout the season.
Here, we pick some low odds and some big odds for this weekend’s MLS Matches.
Atlanta United vs. Inter Miami (lower odds): Atlanta to Win and Both Teams to Score, +420 FanDuel Sportsbook
Off the back of a stunning 6-0 win in the U.S Open Cup over Chattanooga, Atlanta United will travel to the DRV PNK Stadium where a struggling Inter Miami side awaits. Phil Neville's men have been torrid this season, and with 15 goals conceded already, only Montreal have let in more.
On the other hand, Miami did recently register an impressive 1-0 win over the Seattle Sounders away from home. However, with a 5-1 demolition by Austin, a 2-0 defeat to Los Angeles FC, 3-1 losses to Cincinnati and Houston Dynamo, plus another 3-2 beating by New England Revolution across their six league games so far, it is a team hard to pick.
Atlanta has let in nine and scored nine so far this campaign, and it is expected to win here as it looks to move into second place.
Philadelphia Union vs. Montreal (lower odds): Philadelphia to win 2-1, 3-1 or 4-1, +350 FanDuel
The Philadelphia Union will look to get back to winning ways as it meets a Montreal squad involved in more goals than any other team this season. The Union is on top of the Eastern Conference, has won five of its seven games, and only recently lost to Toronto FC.
It's been very topsy-turvy for Montreal, with it winning three, losing three, scoring 13 and conceding 16. On the other hand, the league leaders have let in the fewest goals in the Eastern Conference (four), and scored 11 times so far.
Montreal's only clean sheet in 2022 was in the home win in the CONCACAF Champions League against Santos Laguna. It is the underdog here, as the Union continues to impress.
Austin FC vs. Vancouver Whitecaps (higher odds): Austin to win 3-0, +1200 FanDuel
Austin FC had a tough inaugural season last year, but as it sits only two points off the league leaders LAFC, fans are dreaming of a playoff finish. It has scored 17 goals, the same as LAFC, and no side across the two conferences has netted more.
Josh Wolff's men were on the opposite end of a U.S Open Cup upset in midweek, however, when San Antonio won 2-1. On the other hand, they've lost just one game, and against a Vancouver Whitecaps team who has lost five, conceded 14 goals, and sitting down in 13th, Austin will be ready to bounce back here.
The Whitecaps' only win this season was against Sporting Kansas City, and they've let in eight goals in the past four games and are expected to lose comfortably once more.
DC United vs. New England Revs (higher odds): Half Time Draw/Revs Full Time win, +625 BetMGM
Two sides down near the bottom clash here as DC United meets the New England Revolution in Washington as Hernán Losada’s side look to move off the foot of the table.
DC hasn't won in the league since early March, and has lost its past four games in a row. Elsewhere, the Revs are coming off the back of a 2-1 win against Charlotte and they won it late on with a goal from Matt Polster.
Bruce Arena's men haven't been winning a game at half time this season, other than their 1-0 lead against FC Dallas in March. Away from home, they have their work cut out against DC, but with them bottom and scoring only seven times in six games, the Revs will fancy themselves here to make it two wins in a row.
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