2017 MLS Cup Odds

Major League Soccer has a knack for creating worst-to-first (or close to first) stories. In 2015, Colorado was the worst team in the Western Conference. A year later, they finished second in the conference and allowed the fewest goals in the league. This year’s outhouse-to-the-penthouse story is the Chicago Fire. A year after finishing as the worst team in the league, Chicago is one point behind the best record in the league. At the Westgate SuperBook in Las Vegas, Chicago is down to 10/1 to capture the 2017 MLS Cup.

Eastern Conference Standings

1. Toronto FC – 32 points
2. Chicago Fire – 31 points
3. NYC FC – 27 points
4. Orlando City – 25 points
5. NY Red Bulls – 23 points
6. Columbus Crew – 22 points
7. Atlanta United – 21 points
8. New England Revolution – 20 points
9. Montreal Impact – 18 points
10. Philadelphia Union – 16 points
11. D.C. United – 15 points

Western Conference Standings

1. Sporting KC – 27 points
2. Houston Dynamo – 24 points
3. Portland Timbers – 24 points
4. FC Dallas – 24 points
5. Vancouver Whitecaps – 20 points
6. San Jose Earthquakes – 20 points
7. LA Galaxy – 19 points
8. Seattle Sounders – 19 points
9. Real Salt Lake – 17 points
10. Colorado Rapids – 16 points
11. Minnesota United – 14 points

Toronto FC remains a slim favorite at 7/1, followed by FC Dallas (8/1), NYC FC (10/1) and the Portland Timbers (10/1). Updated MLS Cup odds as of June 19, courtesy of Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook

2017 MLS Cup Odds

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