Top MLS East teams in Soccer Gambling at SBG Global

November 30, 2010 Football Soccer

The MLS East has traditionally been the better of the two conferences in the US soccer gambling and this year the teams are off to a great start.

With something to prove after having lost the last two MLS online soccer gambling championships, the Eastern teams are looking to take back the biggest prize in MLS soccer gambling. With sharp play and strong records there are several teams which look capable of winning the MLS soccer gambling this year.

At the top of the charts in the entire MLS soccer gambling after several months of play is the New England Revolution. A perennial fixture atop the Eastern conference this season the Revolution has gotten off to a terrific start and put plenty of distance between itself and its soccer gambling competition in both conferences. With 27 points through 15 games its six points clear of its closest online soccer gambling competitor. The team with the second best record in the MLS soccer gambling also hangs its hat in the East and is perhaps the most surprising team in MSL soccer gambling this season.

The Columbus Crew is a relatively new team to MLS soccer gambling and has traditionally been a doormat; no longer. After some gritty play so far in the early going of the MLS soccer gambling this team looks as though it’s no fluke. It’s pulled out some come from behind wins and looks as though it will still be around when the MLS playoffs soccer gambling begins.

Trailing just two points in back of the upstart Crew is Toronto FC, another new team to MLS soccer gambling and a traditional online soccer gambling doormat in its own right. However, this year the new teams have overthrown the old guard for the most part in MLS soccer gambling. Traditionally stalwarts like Washington and New York have been relegated to the cellar through the first part of the season and unless something drastically changes in the MLS East soccer gambling there could be a major power shift in the Conference.

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