MLS Betting Odds This Weekend

Date IconLast Updated: Sep 28th, 2022
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MLS Betting Odds This Weekend
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The MLS returns to a full schedule this week after an international break following the seasonal conclusion in Europe. With 14 games to look forward to, we’ve picked the high odds and low odds to watch this weekend.

These games present possible money making options for those interested in MLB betting.

LAFC to Beat the Sounders 2-0 (High Odds) +1600 DraftKings

The Seattle Sounders have been on the rise the past few weeks, and their dismal start to the season now feels like a distant memory. The team is in seventh place in the Western Conference.

Los Angeles FC is still atop the Western Conference, with 29 points in 14 games. The team has won nine of its last 14 games, and lost just two of the past 10 in the MLS. 

During this run, LAFC has scored twice in a game on five occasions, making a 2-0 scoreline seems appropriate in this one.

Philadelphia to Beat Cincinnati and Over 2.5 Goals in the Game (Low Odds) +145 FanDuel

The Philadelphia Union, pictured, will be looking to get back to its winning ways when the team meets Cincinnati. Philadelphia is only one point behind the first place New York City FC in the Eastern Conference. 

The game is set to be played Saturday at Subaru Park in Philadelphia and is worth watching for fans and those interested in sports betting.

A win is crucial for the Union, as they have won just two of their past 10 games in all competitions. 

Cincinnati has seen a stunning 21 goals in their last four games, with only four of their 11 games seeing under 2.5 goals since the beginning of April. 

Goals are expected in this matchup, as per the norm in Cincinnati games, and given the importance of a win for the Union, we’re backing over 2.5 goals and for them to win the match.

A Draw Between Chicago and D.C. United (Low Odds) +260 DraftKings

There are only three points separating the two teams at the bottom in the Eastern Conference, with D.C. United three points ahead of the Chicago Fire. Both teams are in the bottom three of the conference, as D.C. has the third-worst goals difference in the standings. Chicago has the second worst.

D.C. has been losing a lot, too, having dropped seven games. Chicago also has lost seven times, with five draws.

With each team having such a bad record, all signs point to a draw in this one on Saturday at Soldier Field in Chicago.

Real Salt Lake to Beat the Quakes 3-1 (High Odds) +1200 BetMGM

Real Salt Lake welcomes the San Jose Earthquakes to Utah on Sunday. The Quakes have been involved in an astonishing 57 goals so far this season, with 25 scored and 32 surrendered. No team has been involved in more goals.

Salt Lake is third in the Western Conference, and with 18 goals scored and 19 conceded, they tend to be involved in low-scoring games. The Utah team has also lost only four of its 15 games so far, and they are the favorites to win this one.

Our pick is a 3-1 win for Salt Lake.