2020-21 UEFA Champions League Odds

2021 UEFA Champions League Odds

UEFA Champions League Odds from Las Vegas

It took about three months longer than usual for the confetti to fall, but Bayern Munich was finally able to lift the 2019-20 UEFA Champions League crown in late August. At the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook, the German powerhouse is now the favorite at 7-to-2 (+350) to win next year’s Champions League, followed by Manchester City (+450) and Liverpool (+550).

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2020 MLS Cup Odds: LAFC +600 Favorites

2020 MLS Cup Odds: LAFC 4-to-1 Favorites

MLS Cup Odds from Las Vegas

The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook has just released their updated 2020 MLS Cup odds, and LAFC is the 6-to-1 favorite to lift the trophy, followed by Seattle and Toronto at 8-to-1. Since 2003, the team that earned the Supporters’ Shield (most regular season points) has only won the MLS Cup three times. Regular season dominance has not translated well into playoff success.

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2020-21 English Premier League Title Odds

2020-21 English Premier League Title Odds

Premier League Title Odds from Las Vegas

No rest for the weary in European soccer over the next calendar year. Just a couple weeks after Liverpool celebrated its historic championship, the 2020-21 campaign is scheduled to begin this weekend. The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook has just released their updated English Premier League title odds, and Manchester City has opened as the -140 favorites, followed by Liverpool (+225), Chelsea (+1000) and Manchester United (+1600).

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2022 World Cup Odds

2022 World Cup Odds

2022 World Cup Odds from Las Vegas

Covid-19 has thrown a number of changes into the 2020 soccer calendar, but 2022 will certainly present its own set of challenges. For the first time, the 2022 World Cup will be held in November instead of its customary July to avoid the summer conditions in host country Qatar. At the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook, Brazil has opened as the 6-to-1 favorite, followed by France (+650), Germany (+700) and Spain (+800). France captured the 2018 World Cup with a victory over Croatia in the finals. European countries have captured the last four World Cups: France, Germany, Spain and Italy.

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