New England Revolution Odds | Bet On New England Revolution Games

Since their 20-year anniversary, the New England Revolution have been to five MLS Cups. The franchise has yet to win a championship. Although the Revs had a difficult start to their MLS career, the franchise saw a turnaround in 2002 when Steve Nicol, formerly a Liverpool legend, became their head coach. The Revolution reached eight consecutive playoff appearances under Nichol, with four of them ending in defeat. [+]

How to Bet on the New England Revolution

Could this be the year the New England Revolution finally gets their hands on the MLS Cup. Many online sports betting sites don’t believe they have a chance and their previous record in the competition shows why. The New England Revolution have been to the MLS Cup five times (2002, 2005 and 2006), but they still hold the trophy. They have never won the Supporters Shield, although they were close in 2005 with the second-best regular season record.

New England Revolution Regular Season Schedule

It will be possible to locate winning wagers by learning New England’s schedule from the beginning. Although you won’t be able to predict the outcome of each game, it is a good way to prepare.

New England Revolution Betting Tips

The Revs were not in the playoff picture at the end of 2016 season. The Revs finished level on points with Philadelphia but missed out on goal differential. They will do all they can to avoid another similar situation in 2017, but need to improve on the road.

New England was one of the worst away teams in 2016, winning just two matches out of 17. This kind of away record is not worthy to be in the playoffs. The Revolution won nine out of 17 home fixtures, almost making up for their away woes. They were the Eastern Conference’s joint-second-best home record. Only the Red Bulls had more success at home.

Their away shortcomings were largely due to a lack in offensive production. The Eastern Conference’s second-worst offense was the Revs. It’s not good enough to make it to the playoffs with 1.24 goals per match. The lowest rate of 0.91 goals per match was achieved by the Chicago Fire, which scored at a lower rate.

Look for the under in Revs games if they are unable to solve their offensive inadequacies. Although they don’t have an elite defense it isn’t porous enough for them to bet on the over market.

Last Updated on October 2, 2021

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