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MLS Soccer Betting at BetDSI Seattle vs Dallas

  • Saturday, November 1st, 2014

    By  Ej Garr

    Dallas-vs-Seattle odds

    MLS Odds: Dallas took advantage of a late penalty kick to advance past Vancouver, and that was quite an eventful match. Eight yellow cards led to an insignificant Red Card for Sebastian Fernandez as time ran out on the Whitecaps’ season.

    The Burn has plenty of offensive threats with the likes of Blas Perez, Fabian Castillo and Brazilian Michel. They have scored 29 of their 55 goals on the season, with Perez leading the way with 11. Throw in 7 more from Tesho Akindele and you just don't know who can come through on any night. Michel and Akindele both found the net in the knockout match.

    There is no mystery about Seattle. Obafemi Martins and Clint Dempsey will determine how far this team goes in the playoffs.

    This is Seattle's first ever Supporters Shield achievement in their short MLS history, but they did win the U.S. Cup trophy that they took vs Philadelphia onSeptember 16. They have won the U.S. Cup 4 times in only 6 years, and appeared in the Final 5 of the 6 years they have been in existence, so they are no stranger to important games.

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    All-time MLS Meetings: (15)

    Seattle Leads Series 8W - 3L - 4D

    1x2 3-Way Lines:

    Seattle +180 Dallas +120 Draw +240

    Handicap/Spread Odds:

    Seattle Pk +110 Dallas Pk -120

    Total O/U 2.5:

    Over -125 Under +110

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    Quick Analysis & Prediction

    Quick Analysis:

    There are more weapons on this field than the U.S has at Fort Bragg -- cannons, tanks and an Army of offensive weapons on both sides.

    Toyota Stadium is going to be packed to the gills and the 21,000+ fans are going to be in for a show. ‘Shootout’ doesn't even cover the amount of goals we should see here.

    Prediction:

    2 - 1? The line setters are telling us that all we need is a 2 - 1 match to cash this Over 2.5 for only $20 worth of juice. Let me count the ways to say thank you. Grazie! Muchas Gracias! Merci! What the hell, let's go with some Japanese too ...

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