The LA Galaxy are one of the best known and most popular MLS soccer betting teams in the soccer betting league and DC United used to thoroughly dominate this sport.
But this year there has been nothing all that special about either soccer betting club. Sure, LA has been in and out of the headlines and Soccer Betting Odds, but not for any on field exploits, but rather the impending arrival of Sir David Beckham.
Frankly, both teams have been simply awful on the field. Soccer Betting Odds showed us how DC United has been somewhat less awful with 11 points through 8 soccer betting games, but the points have come by virtue of beating up on weaker Western Division teams and they still find themselves in second from last place in the Eastern standings. The LA Galaxy really could be, quite simply, in terms of Soccer Betting Odds, the worst team in the MLS. They are now tied for the last spot in the MLS soccer betting standings with the pitiful Real Salt Lake, and Real doesn’t even have a win this soccer betting season. Jus six points is all the team has been able to amass.
So it was rather fitting than to see these teams meet up and the result ending up a perfect exercise in futility. LA goal keeper Joe Cannon was the bright spot in Soccer Betting Odds, if such a thing can be said in this match up, posting a tepid eight saves, but it was good enough to preserve the draw. In an otherwise boring soccer betting game he played well and made more big plays than any other Galaxy player. DC United’s defense also kept them in the soccer betting game and Bryan Namoff and Bobby Boswell made key defensive plays late in the game to keep Galaxy shots from threatening. The draw left DC unbeaten in its last five starts, which could be the start of a turn around. And for as few points as LA has collected this is actually the fourth soccer betting game in a row without a loss for the team. The Galaxy was admittedly short-handed with only three substitute players on the bench resulting from suspensions and national team call ups.