New York City FC vs. Toronto FC

The Major League Soccer Betting Wednesday Periplus

July 19, 2017 Football Soccer

Let’s explore tonight’s Major League Soccer betting fixtures like Scylax of Caryanda explored the coast of the Indian Ocean on behalf of the Persians in the late sixth century BC.

New York City FC vs. Toronto FC

Time: 7:30 PM

Venue: Yankee Stadium

Online betting odds for fans who bet on soccer:

Toronto FC +½ (+101) 3 (-115) +319

New York City FC -½ (-116) 3 (EV) -113

Toronto FC/New York City FC Draw +290

TFC bounced back from a 1-3 loss to Dallas with a 3-1 win over Orlando City on July 5th. Sebastian Giovinco scored twice and Jozy Altidore – currently doing national team duty in the Gold Cup – once. The Italian entered the match tied for most goals scored by a player against the Lions with six in six games. Needless to say it’s a tie no more.

NYCFC had a five-game undefeated streak snapped by the Whitecaps in a 2-3 loss on July 5th. The venerable David Villa scored his 12th goal of the season to give New York a 2-1 lead but the Boys in Blue fell short of the club record for straight wins as a consequence of Jordan Harvey’s equalizer in the 53rd minute and Yordy Reyna’s go-ahead score with three minutes to go in regulation.

Montreal Impact vs. Philadelphia Union soccer betting preview

Time: 7:30 PM

Venue: Saputo Stadium

Odds for fans who bet on soccer:

Philadelphia Union +½ (-129) 2½ (-135) +251

Montreal Impact -½ (+114) 2½ (+120) +117

Philadelphia Union/Montreal Impact Draw +259

The Union extended its unbeaten streak to three games with a 1-1 draw against the Wizards on July 6th. Backup goalie John McCarthy made six saves while CJ Sapong earned a penalty kick which allowed Roland Albeg to score the game-tying goal in the 69th minute.

The Impact conceded a goal a minute into their match with the Dynamo on July 5th and were down by three in with 20 minutes left in the second half. Michael Salazar prevented the shutout with a goal in the dying moments of the game but it was the proverbial too little, too late for Montreal. The Bleu-blanc-noir has won only one game in the last five.

New York Red Bulls vs. San Jose Earthquakes soccer betting preview

Time: 7:30 PM

Venue: Red Bull Arena

Odds for fans who bet on soccer:

San Jose Earthquakes +1 (-124) 2½ (-118) +480

New York Red Bulls -1 (+109) 2½ (+103) -155

San Jose Earthquakes/New York Red Bulls Draw +310

The Bulls held off the Revs 3-2 on July 5th thanks to a late game-winning goal by Gonzalo Veron – the Argentine winger had replaced Bradley Wright-Phillips late in the second half. The Metros came from behind twice to win head coach Jesse Marsch’s franchise record-setting 53rd victory with the club.

The Quakes had a three-game undefeated streak ended by Atlanta in a 2-4 loss on July 4th. Tommy Thompson gave San Jose an early lead and Chris Wondolowski made it 2-2 in the 66th minute, but it was all Atlanta from there.

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