Since 2008, LA Galaxy has not missed a playoff. The players, coaches and fans can all be proud of the LA Galaxy’s five MLS Cup titles and four Supporters’ Shields. Galaxy’s success has been partly due to their ability to attract the best players in soccer to their franchise. Galaxy are losing Robbie Keane and Steven Gerrard, former England captains, this season could prove to be troublesome. Keane scored 83 goals in 123 matches.
Bet on LA Galaxy’s Games
LA Galaxy is the MLS. It’s that simple. The Galaxy are the glory team of the league and have dominated it since their inception. LA is the most successful league team with five MLS Cups, four Supporters Shields and eight regular-season Western conference championships. They also have nine playoff conference wins. Although the Californian kings have won just two US Open Cups as fans might expect, the CONCACAF Champions League win in 2000 is the jewel in their crown.
It is not surprising that the Galaxy are favourites to win almost all of their matches. They have a long history of winning trophies and honours and attract top players like Robbie Keane and Landon Donovan. Veteran punters have an excellent opportunity to profit from this situation. Their opponents may have a greater chance of beating LA, but they will still be considered ‘outsiders” in terms of betting odds. Take your time, wait for the right moment and you will be able to grab generous odds on these games.
The California Clasico is one of the most fierce rivalries in the MLS. It features the LA Galaxy as well as the San Jose Earthquakes. Typically, NorCal and SoCal teams battle for dominance in every pro and amateur sport competition. This leads to classic games like the 2001 MLS Cup final. LA has won more matchups than the Earthquakes, but they have still managed to win a few crucial games, even on the largest stage the MLS has to offer. There is a chance to profit from odds that could be influenced by casual punters placing poorly informed bets.
LA Galaxy Betting Tips
LA Galaxy is faced with the daunting task of replacing a legend player. Robbie Keane, the team’s MVP between 2012 and 2015, was also the highest goal scorer during this period.
Giovani Dos Santos of Mexico, who was the Golden Boot winner and MVP in 2016, will most likely shoulder the majority of the goal scoring duties. It will be interesting to see if dos Santos can be as prolific as Keane.
Galaxy prides themselves on being hard to beat. Galaxy only lost one home match and had an 8-1-8 record. Their road results were a disappointing 4-5-8.
Galaxy would have won the Supporters Shield if they had won three of the away draws.Last Updated on October 2, 2021