Chicago Fire vs. New York Red Bulls Preview on Soccer Betting

November 30, 2010 Football Soccer

One of the best match ups in all of MLS soccer betting will take place in New York on Thursday.

The Red Bulls enter the soccer betting game with a 4-2-2 soccer bet record and 14 points, good enough for second place in the Eastern Conference behind the New England Revolution.

The Fire enters with a slightly less impressive soccer bet record of 3-3-1 and ten points which puts them a few spots behind the Red Bulls.  But with pride on the line and points at stake don’t expect this soccer betting team to just fall over for the Red Bulls.

This will be the first of three regular soccer betting season meetings for the two clubs and should set the tone for the two following soccer betting matches.  The Fire enters the soccer betting game coming off a three soccer bet game losing streak that has it plummet in the standings and be over taken by other clubs.  On the other hand the Red Bulls have looked very sharp of late, recently slaughtering the Columbus Crew 4-0, but that came off two other May soccer bet matches in which the New York team drew and lost.  It will be tough for the Fire proved early that it’s capable of winning soccer betting games and will likely be back on form in this match on Thursday.

Who will win?  Well, this should be a good soccer betting match, but look for the Fire to bounce back and finally get a win.  New York was very sharp in its recent match with the Crew, but the Fire is too good of a team to lose four in a row.  Gritty midfielder Diego Gutierrez will be back in the starting line up and should add some backbone and drive to the club.  Both teams have been sloppy of late and both teams need to win but in terms of desperation, the Fire are in a worse spot than the Red Bulls and this soccer betting game help set the tone for the rest of their soccer betting season.  Look for the Fire to take the soccer betting game 2-1.

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