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There are nineteen teams involved in MLS (Major League Soccer), 16 of which are based in the US and the remaining three are Canadian. The league is run very much like a typical football league except that teams are neither relegated nor promoted to it; there are no feeder leagues as such which means that betting on the sport is restricted to one league only. During the normal season which runs from March through to October, each team plays 17 away and 17 home games. The aim is to get into the top ten, and doing so qualifies a team for the play-offs and a chance to win the highly coveted MLS Cup.
Now that David Beckham is no longer involved, you might be looking to hedge your bets on teams other than the 2011 and 2012 MLS cup holders LA Galaxy. Although the 2013 season is not very far away, bookmakers still have not yet posted odds on the opening rounds nor on the league and play-off winners, but they will be doing so soon, so keep your eyes peeled. The Draft and Super Draft have been completed, teams have been decided and they have all returned to training.
It should be only a matter of days before pre-season odds begin to appear, but in the meantime you can always go to your online casino for some football related gambling games. One that many people are currently enjoying is Soccer Safari, found at www.iphonecasino.co.nz. This five reel slot game is a football styles slot that is based on the 2010 South African World Cup, and it features football players, linesmen and the referee which are depicted as comic wild animals such as lions, zebras and giraffes, so if you have any sense of humour you can’t help but enjoy playing it. Given that there is a hundred times winnings multiplier and a £25,000 bonus feature, there are some other good reasons for laying it too. No doubt we will be able to update you here on MLS betting odds soon.
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