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At OddsChecker, we compare MLS odds from all the leading sportsbooks. We update them every day to ensure you’re always getting the freshest and most recent odds for all the upcoming soccer games. Click on ‘More Odds’ above to find the full list of odds.

If you’ve ever bet on any other sport, then you’ll already be familiar with how to read MLS soccer odds as they are pretty similar across every major league.

Even if you’re completely new to sports betting, don’t sweat, as reading MLS odds is simple.

While some sportsbooks may offer MLS betting odds for spreads, the most common type of wager in soccer is the moneyline. You’ll also find totals, prop bets, and parlays offered by most betting sites. If you prefer wagering on the futures markets, you’ll also find plenty of MLS playoff odds.

MLS odds are most commonly displayed in the American format which uses a three or four-digit number with a +/- symbol before it. The simplest way to understand odds in this format is that the smaller the number, the more likely oddsmakers believe that outcome to be. The smaller number also means you’ll receive a smaller payout if your bet wins.

When you are looking at moneyline MLS betting odds, you’ll typically be presented with three options. Here’s an example from a match between the Seattle Sounders and Austin FC.

● Seattle win (-286)

● Draw (+800)

● Austin win (+375)

In this instance, oddsmakers believed Seattle to be the favorite and gave them the best odds. Bettors would need to wager $286 to win $100 for MLS odds of -286. However, a $100 bet on a draw at +800 would yield an $800 payout if the game finished in a tie.

Soccer fans have almost infinite possibilities when it comes to betting on MLS games. Sportsbooks offer MLS odds for each game, including most of the popular bet types like moneylines and totals. You can also find spread bets, though not all sportsbooks offer them.

At OddsChecker, we make it easy to find and compare MLS betting odds from all leading US sportsbooks. Our team of soccer fanatics also share their expert soccer picks ahead of each game so you can benefit from their insight and analysis when you’re deciding which wagers to make.

Our MLS soccer odds don’t just cover individual matches either. You’ll find MLS odds, picks, and predictions for outright bets and other futures markets. Finding MLS Cup odds could not be easier, just check out our comparison table, select the team you think will win, and choose the sportsbook that offers the best odds. Then when you’re ready, just use our secure link to head to the sportsbook’s website and place your bet.

Soccer fans have a plethora of options to choose from when it comes to betting on MLS. Of course, daily bets are available for each regular and playoff game, with moneyline, totals, and spread bets available.

arlays and prop bets are also popular options among punters that want to test their ability to predict the outcomes of games and the events that will take place within them.

No matter what MLS bets you want to make, remember to check out the latest free bet offers that are available in your state to be sure you’re getting the best value from your wagering.

Like with most sports, you can find MLS odds offered on playoffs and other futures markets. Futures bets are wagers that are made on events that will happen in the future, as opposed to bets on soccer games that are usually placed right before the match takes place.

The most popular soccer futures are bets on the outright winner of the MLS Cup. You can usually begin making these wagers right after the end of the previous season. It’s one of the easiest types of bets you can place too as you just predict which team you think will come out on top.

At OddsChecker, we compare MLS Cup odds from all the leading US sportsbooks so you can be sure you’re always getting the best value, no matter which team you bet on.

There are other futures markets too, including which teams will make it to the playoffs, which team will win each conference, and which team will score the most goals in the season.

Who are the best teams in the MLS?

Unlike in some other soccer leagues, the MLS has a lot of teams that have enjoyed success in recent years. Since the 2010 season, eight different teams have won the MLS Cup. They are Columbus Crew SC, Seattle Sounders FC, Atlanta United FC, Toronto FC, Portland Timbers, Los Angeles Galaxy, Sporting Kansas City, and Colorado Rapids. LA Galaxy and Seattle have each won two cups.

This means that MLS playoff odds are always tight, with several teams in contention each year.

When are the MLS playoffs?

While the dates vary slightly each year, the MLS playoffs usually take place from mid-November to mid-December.

Can you bet on the MLS playoffs?

Absolutely! You can bet on the MLS playoffs just as you can bet on the playoffs in the NBA, NFL, NHL, and MLB. You’ll find MLS playoff odds offered by just about every sportsbook in the country.

You can bet on which teams you think will make it to the playoffs, which will win each conference, and which team will win the MLS Cup. Of all the futures bets available, MLS Cup odds are the ones compared the most by users of OddsChecker.

Who are the best players in the MLS?

The quality of talent in the MLS has grown dramatically since the competition was founded in 1996. In the past, big names like David Beckham, Thierry Henry, Didier Drogba, Frank Lampard, and Kaká have all been signed by MLS teams.

More recently, some of the best players have included Jonathan Mensah, Anton Tinnerholm, Darlington Nagbe, Alejandro Pozuelo, and Diego Rossi.


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