MLS Soccer Betting at BetDSI - Toronto vs New England
Thursday, October 23rd, 2014By
MLS Odds: Even though New England can be caught on points, they cannot be caught with wins. There is absolutely no reason to get anyone hurt and cost someone a playoff opportunity, so this analysis could be tricky.
As the playoffs draw near, According to the Revs home page, they are not thinking that taking it easy is the answer and want to work on their defensive side of the ball. At the same token, it is fan appreciation night and of course no one wants to lose at home, whether they have a meaningful game or not.
I personally don't think they should put as much stock in this match as they are. They express over and again as a team what is at stake as they head to the post season, but how they approach the game is their prerogative.
If someone gets hurt because Toronto wants to end their season snapping a 4-game winless streak, they can question themselves afterward.
All-time MLS Meetings: (18)
New England Leads Series 7W - 4L - 7D
1x2 3-Way Lines:
New England -180
Toronto +1 -130
New England -1 +120
Total O/U 2.5:
Quick Analysis & Prediction
As I said, New England is saying there is no reason to take it easy on Toronto as the playoffs are on deck, but if something bad happens like an injury or lopsided loss, how do they recreate the momentum that they just had taken away from them?
Why? That is my prediction. What the hell are the Revolution doing is the 'why' I am asking. Listen, sit your starters. Nothing good can really come from a result except a nice showing for your fans. They have another home game already scheduled forNovember 9,when they play the return leg of Round 1. What's more important to everyone -- winning a meaningless game at home vs Toronto, or winning a playoff game at home vs the 2 seed to move deeper in the playoffs? I will take the Over 2.5 because New England is stupid if they think playing everyone in a meaningless game makes any sense so they can work on Defense. It won't work and Toronto will score and so will New England.