MLS Odds: Major League Soccer Betting Lines and Spreads
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Major League Soccer - Odds Legend
Our Major League Soccer (MLS) Odds page is designed to help you make strategic predictions. The negative value signifies that the team is favored to win. The positive value signifies the underdog. For instance, if Columbus is listed at -105, they are considered the favorite. If their opponent, Atlanta, is listed at +250, then they are the underdog. In MLS there is the possibility that the match will end in a draw and this is represented by the third line underneath the matchup (where it says “Draw”).
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When it comes to making MLS picks, the moneyline is a popular way to bet because you only need to make a choice between one of the two teams in a matchup. To make a moneyline wager, you simply have to pick a team to win. If the Montreal Impact are playing the New England Revolution and you wager on Montreal and they win, you win your bet.
Total or OVER/UNDER
OVER/UNDER, also known as “totals” betting, describes the amount you can win on OVER or UNDER picks. When making MLS predictions, the OVER/UNDER allows you to bet on the combined goals scored by the two teams and if it will go OVER or UNDER the number (also called the “total”) specified by the sportsbooks (where you go to place your bets).
One of the great things about making MLS predictions is you can bet on future events. Who will win the MLS Cup? Which teams will make the playoffs? These are all things you can bet on when wagering on MLS futures. Futures bets can provide you with a big payoff in the long run.
Throughout the season, you can check in with our Odds page to see how the team you’ve chosen to win the cup is doing. The only issue you may encounter when betting on MLS futures is that your money may be tied up until the end of the season. Nevertheless, futures bets are worth it since your winnings can be massive should you make the right picks.