Orlando City Betting Odds

After a brief stint in the USL Pro League, Orlando’s professional side dissolved their USL squad in 2014 in favour of joining with Major League Soccer as one of the newest franchises. They managed to perform reasonably well despite the fact that they’re new to the league, nearly earning a playoff birth in their first season. As they develop the talent on their roster, Orlando City betting odds will trend towards them being the favourites.

Orlando City Odds Today

The Orlando City odds today widget updates you on the latest developments the next time the team takes on another MLS squad. The lines are given for both teams in order to give you additional context before wagering.

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Orlando City Schedule

This Orlando City schedule widget provides wagering fans with background on the past results and the odds that were listed before the first whistle. You can also see upcoming matchups for the squad throughout the rest of the season.

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Orlando City Standings

When you want to see the progress of Orlando City standings in the conference and the rest of the league, you should visit this part of the site, which includes points earned, goal scored and goals allowed for all teams in the MLS.

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Orlando City Betting

Wagering fans around the world have enjoyed betting on soccer matches for more than a century, with Major League Soccer games becoming more popular as the league gains more of a foothold in North America. In addition to betting on which team will win an individual match, you can attempt to predict the outcome of the MLS Cup at the end of the year, or the Supporters Shield at the end of the regular season campaign.

If you’re familiar with betting on Orlando City FC, you may want to consider one of many proposition bets available through popular sportsbooks. Prop bets can take many forms, including betting on the first team to score, the over under on goals scored in a half or whether a team will win both halves of the game or a single half.

For the most part, the odds that you’ll be playing with will be expressed in the form of a moneyline, which will have either a positive or negative number. When you see a positive number, it means that the chances of the outcome are less likely, while a negative number suggests solid odds for the result of a specific bet. 

If you see that Orlando City has a moneyline of +200 to draw with Columbus and +250 to win against the Crew, you can be sure that Columbus is seen as the more likely victor, especially if the Crew are listed as a negative number like -225. To win $200 on the draw or $250 for an Orlando City win, you’ll need to wager $100. Since the Crew would be favourites in this case, you’d need to put up $225 to win $100, representing the reduced risk.