The New England Revolution were one of ten charter clubs of Major League Soccer, owned by Robert Kraft of the New England Patriots fame. Interestingly enough, they’re comparable to the Buffalo Bills of the NFL, having reached the MLS Finals Cups on five occasions but never coming away with the trophy itself. Nonetheless, they managed to earn a US Open Cup and a North American SuperLiga win, which positively affected New England Revolution betting odds for soccer wagering fans.
New England Revolution Odds Today
The New England Revolution odds today are always listed here, giving you the latest moneylines for the Revolution and their opponent before the first whistle. Double check with the online service that you’re signed up with before placing your bet.
New England Revolution Schedule
When you need to get a good idea of the past odds for New England during the season, you should check out the New England Revolution schedule widget. For MLS fans looking to find an above average payout, sniffing potential upsets based on past performances may prove profitable.
New England Revolution Standings
The MLS regular season determines who takes home the prestigious Supporters’ Shield, as well as the teams worthy of competing in the post season. This New England Revolution standings widget will keep you updated throughout the campaign.
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|3||New York City FC||37||21||11||4||6||40||27||13|
|5||New York Red Bulls||32||20||10||2||8||28||26||2|
|15||Impact De Montreal||24||18||6||6||6||29||30||-1|
|16||Real Salt Lake||23||21||7||2||12||27||41||-14|
New England Revolution Betting
The most popular type of bet that takes place when wagering on the New England Revolution focuses on an attempt to predict the outcome at the end of the match. Unlike the MHL, MLB and NBA, the MLS regular season features plenty of draws, which makes it more difficult for those who wish to bet on the Revolution. The NFL does occasionally witness a draw, although the overtime rules in the league restricts this from happening very often.
As such, you need to focus on the moneylines that sportsbooks offer when deciding on how you want to place your bet. When you see a positive number for a moneyline, it means that the outcome is less likely to happen than if you see a negative moneyline. If the -200 Revolution play against Toronto F.C. with a line of +175 – and the draw features odds of +100 – you’ll know that the Revolution are expected to win, with a draw or a Toronto F.C. win being the outcome considered an upset.
The less likely the outcome, the more money you win for wagering on that occurrence. If you bet $100 on Toronto in this case, you’ll win $175 and if you bet the same amount on a draw, you’ll win $100. However, to win $100 on the New England Revolution as favourites, you’ll need to put down $200, since you’re risking far less by betting on a favourite.
These types of odds are published for prop bets as well, which involve predicting a specific facet of a soccer match. For example, you may decide that the game will end up with a clean sheet, or you can bet that one of the two teams will not be able to score a goal during the 90 mins of regulation play.