Real Salt Lake vs Orlando CitySC MLS betting

MLS Weekend Soccer Betting Feels Like it Feels Alright

June 30, 2017 Football Soccer

Was the US Open Cup round of 16 just yesterday and we already have more Major League Soccer betting goodness? That’s enough to put a smile on Cristiano Ronaldo’s face.

Real Salt Lake vs. Orlando City SC
Date: Friday, 30th June
Venue: Rio Tinto

Sportsbook odds for fans who bet on soccer:

Orlando City SC +½ (-119) 2½ (-128) +257
Real Salt Lake -½ (+104) 2½ (+113) +109
Orlando City SC/Real Salt Lake Draw +268

The Lions extended their winless streak to four games with a 0-4 loss to the Chicago Fire on Saturday. OCSC was down by two goals before ten minutes of gameplay had elapsed. Orlando players were dragging their feet, possibly because they played four games in an 11-day period. Orlando City’s last W came about a month ago.

The Real World: Salt Lake lost 1-2 to San Jose on Saturday. The Claret-and-Cobalt attempted to stage a way-too-late comeback; José Hernandez pulled RSL within one in the 94th minute for his first career goal in Major League Soccer, in what was the last kick of the match. Salt Lake has lost six of their last nine games.

FC Dallas vs. Toronto FC soccer betting preview
Date: Saturday, 1st July
Venue: Toyota Stadium

Odds for fans who bet on soccer: TBD

TFC won a second straight game on Friday; a 2-0 win over the Revolution which took place in between Toronto winning the Canadian Championship – the Lions could learn a thing or two from this team. Moreover, Jody Altidore played 180 full minutes in the span of three days. Drew Moor scored 11 minutes into the match, Sebastian Giovinco scored in the 96th minute, and Toronto probably just sleepwalked in the interim.

Los Toros prolonged their winless streak to three matches with 1-1 draw against the Houston Dynamo on Friday. Dallas conceded a goal in the 19th minute but Maxi Urruti scored the equalizer in the 59th minute. Mauro Diaz made his first start of the season and showed flashes of his pre-injury brilliance, something of which FCD is in dire need. 

Philadelphia Union vs. New England Revolution soccer betting preview
Date: Sunday, 2nd July
Venue: Talen Energy Stadium

Odds for fans who bet on soccer: TBD

As mentioned above, the Revs lost 0-2 to Toronto; their second loss in the last four games. Head coach Jay Heaps presumably told his boys to put their heads together, but Gershon Koffie and Antonio Delamea took the advice a little too literally and as a result the latter had to be taken off the field. Heaps had already subbed off London Woodberry and had to use his final substitution to bring on attacker Teal Bunbury in place of Delamea. Bunbury almost pulled the Revs within one with two minutes left but was denied by Toronto goalie Alex Bono.

The Unionizers snapped a three-game skid with a 1-0 win over DC United on Saturday. Fafa Picault scored the go-ahead goal in the 31st minute while goaltender Andre Blake made a couple of saves in the second half to preserve the lead.