MLS Western Betting Odds

The MLS Western Conference offers Canadians a chance to bet on our nation’s team, with the Vancouver Whitecaps FC, instead of staying up to all hours of the night or early morning watching the action from pitches everywhere from England to Brazil. Things are going to get even better! Each conference’s lineup is always shifting to accommodate the league’s rapid expansion, but the current MLS Western Conference is currently composed of 10 teams. [+]

Here are the complete list of teams fighting for the eastern supremacy :

  • Colorado Rapids (Commerce City, CO, Dick’s Sporting Goods Park)
  • FC Dallas (Frisco,TX, Toyota Stadium)
  • Houston Dynamo (Houston, TX, BBVA Compass Stadium)
  • Los Angeles Galaxy (Carson, CA, StubHub Center)
  • Portland Timbers (Portland, OR, Providence Park)
  • Real Salt Lake Sandy (UT, Rio Tinto Stadium)
  • San Jose Earthquakes (San Jose, CA, Avaya Stadium)
  • Seattle Sounders FC (Seattle, WA, CenturyLink Field)
  • Sporting Kansas City (Kansas City, KS, Children’s Mercy Park)
  • Vancouver Whitecaps FC (Vancouver, BC, BC Place)

MLS Western Odds Today

Check out the lines and the MLS Western odds today to make the most informed bets. Bookmark us and check back often!

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Away Score Home Money Line
Saturday 06 October
Columbus 15:00 Impact De Montreal +210 +142
New England 15:30 Atlanta United +725 -294
Vancouver 17:00 Toronto +450 -175
Minnesota United 19:30 Philadelphia +473 -192
Orlando City 20:00 FC Dallas +650 -244
L.A. Galaxy 20:30 Sporting KC +396 -164
Portland 21:30 Real Salt Lake +286 -112
New York Red Bulls 22:30 San Jose -132 +333
Sunday 07 October
Chicago 13:00 DC United +516 -204

MLS Western Standings

Here’s a look at the current MLS West standings. Stay on top of how Toronto, Montreal and the rest of the conference is doing.

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# team pts P W D L GF GA +/-
Eastern Conference
1 New York Red Bulls New York Red Bulls 62 31 19 5 7 57 32 25
2 New York City FC New York City FC 53 32 15 8 9 55 41 14
3 Columbus Columbus 48 31 13 9 9 39 38 1
4 Philadelphia Philadelphia 47 31 14 5 12 43 45 -2
5 DC United DC United 38 29 10 8 11 53 48 5
6 New England New England 35 30 8 11 11 44 49 -5
7 Toronto Toronto 33 30 9 6 15 54 58 -4
8 Chicago Chicago 31 31 8 7 16 46 57 -11
9 Orlando City Orlando City 25 29 7 4 18 40 66 -26
Western Conference
1 Sporting KC Sporting KC 52 30 15 7 8 55 37 18
2 Portland Portland 48 31 13 9 9 46 45 1
3 Seattle Seattle 47 30 14 5 11 41 32 9
4 Real Salt Lake Real Salt Lake 46 31 13 7 11 50 50 0
5 L.A. Galaxy L.A. Galaxy 44 31 12 8 11 60 59 1
6 Vancouver Vancouver 40 30 11 7 12 47 59 -12
7 Houston Houston 35 30 9 8 13 50 45 5
8 Colorado Colorado 24 30 6 6 18 32 59 -27
9 San Jose San Jose 20 31 4 8 19 47 66 -19

Best MLS Western Conference Betting Tips

The first thing you should know when placing your MLS bet is that home pitch advantage is very real. Home teams win about 50 percent of the time, against just over 25 percent losses and 25 percent draws. If you count draws as half a win and half a loss, then home teams have slightly better than a 60 percent winning percentage.

The next thing is to know that our Vancouver Whitecaps are starting to become a legit presence out west, with some strong showings. 

Aside from that, be careful who you take betting advice from. There are lots of “experts” out there. There are countless websites and YouTube videos on the web, all claiming they have the answer to making money “every time.” But they are all just varying degrees of educated guesses. There is no substitute for doing your research and looking at all the numbers, including our soccer betting lines above (clearly). Do your homework and place your bets accordingly. 

So pay attention to the lines, the latest injuries and the current trends in the MLS. Build your own strategy based on what works for you and what doesn’t.