Sow your MLS Soccer Betting Wild Oats this Weekend

Posted by: Charlie Smith
MLS Betting Weeekend - July 22nd, 2017

The weekend is approaching; time to let your Major league soccer betting hair down and live life on the fast lane.

Orlando City SC vs. Atlanta United FC

Date: Friday, 21st July

Time: 7:00 PM

Venue: Orlando City Stadium

Offshore sportsbook odds for fans who bet on soccer:

Atlanta United PK (+108) 3 (-103) +191

Orlando City SC PK (-123) 3 (-112) +150

Atlanta United/Orlando City SC Draw +257

The good news for the Lions is that Kaka has made five straight starts for the first time since 2016. The bad news is that OCSC has gone 1-2-1 in that period. So maybe it’s all bad news. The Lions will be without Cyle Larin, who was called up to reinforce the Canadian national team in the Gold Cup. Additionally, Carlos Rivas is questionable. Orlando is coming off a 1-3 home loss to Toronto, which head coach Jason Kreis blamed “unacceptable” officiating.

Atlanta entered the 16-day Gold Cup break on a three-game winning streak. Venezuelan striker Josef Martínez is averaging 1.36 goals per 90 minutes. Jacob Peterson (lower leg), Kenwyne Jones (knee), and Alec Kann (left quad) are all out.

Minnesota United FC v New York Red Bulls soccer betting preview

Date: Saturday, 22nd July

Time: 2:00 PM

Odds for fans who bet on soccer: TBD

The Red Bulls won a second straight game – and third in the last four – a 5-1 rout of the San Jose Quakes on Wednesday. Sacha Kljestan and Felipe scored their first goals of the season before while Daniel Royer scored a brace in the last minute of regulation and the first minute of injury time. With the win the Bulls climbed back into a postseason spot.

The Loons extended their winless streak to four games with a scoreless draw against Houston on Wednesday. Moreover, Minnesota has not scored in 261 minutes. The Loons had at least two clear chances to open the scoreboard by were denied by goalie Tyler Deric on both instances. Defender Joseph Greenspan had to be substituted in the 28th minute following a collision with teammate Jerome Thiesson. Greenspan has already placed on concussion protocol twice his season.

Seattle Sounders FC v San Jose Earthquakes betting preview

Date: Sunday, 23rd July

Time: 6:30 PM

Odds for fans who bet on soccer: TBD

The Quakes suffered a second straight loss which, as mentioned above, was a 1-5 trouncing by the Red Bulls on Wednesday. New Designated Player Valeri ‘Vako’ Qazaishvili made his MLS debut as a halftime substitute and scored in the 88th minute. “I made my debut. It was the first game for me, but it was not a good game for us so we need to forget as soon as possible and think about Sunday’s game,” the Georgian midfielder said. We’re going to go ahead and guess he’s from the other Georgia.

The Sounds held off DC United 4-3 on Wednesday to extend their unbeaten streak to four games. Will Bruin, Brad Evans, Gustav Svensson, and Cristian Roldan scored in succession to help Seattle become the first team in the history of the league to rally from a 3-goal deficit.