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Colorado Rapids vs. New England Revolution Betting Odds and Preview

Last Updated on September 12, 2023 1:59 am by Erwin Noguera

The Colorado Rapids have had a year to forget, being the worst team in MLS, but the new week presents them with the opportunity to strike a blow and beat one of the favorites for the title, New England Revolution.

The Rapids are coming off a 2-0 loss to Real Salt Lake in their last game, leaving them with only 19 points.

The Revolution tied 1-1 with Minnesota United in their most recent outing and had their goal scorer in Carles Gil.


Saturday, September 16 at 9:30 pm ET in the DICK’S Sporting Goods Park

Moneyline odds:

Colorado Rapids +235 

New England Revolution +179

Draw Offs:


Where Can I Watch?

MLS Pass on Apple TV

Why Bet on Colorado Rapids?

The Colorado Rapids are experiencing a catastrophic season, occupying the last position in the Western Conference with only 19 points, 15 points away from the wild card.

Their last presentation ended with a 2-0 defeat visiting Real Salt Lake and the worst thing is that they have now gone five games without scoring a goal, the same time the DSG Park team has gone without a win.

With 16 goals, Colorado is the worst offense in MLS and has a goal difference of -23. They are also the worst home team in the league, with one win in 12 games and only seven goals.

Coach Chris Little has injured defender Alex Gersbach, Brazilian midfielder Max, and English attacker Jack Price.

Why Bet on the New England Revolution?

New England Revolution is the other side of the coin, as it is second in the Eastern Conference with 48 points, nine points behind the leader, FC Cincinnati.

In their last outing, the Foxborough team drew 1-1 with Minnesota United and had their goal scorer in Spaniard Carles Gil. Revolution have drawn in their last two matches, but are unbeaten in three games and have lost just one of their last six MLS matches.

The New Englanders have 14 points in 13 away games, with three wins, five draws, and five losses. They have scored just 14 goals and conceded 20, which speaks clearly that away from home the defense has not been up to the task.

Spaniard Gil, with eight goals, is the team’s leading scorer, followed by Bobby Wood’s seven.

Interim coach Richie Williams’ squad has injured defender Henry Kessier and Colombian midfielder Dylan Borrero. The latter out for the remainder of the season.

Final Betting Analysis: Colorado Rapids vs. New England Revolution

The MLS has a imbalanced duel, where the Colorado Rapids, beyond being local, have to face a high-profile team like the New England Revolution, which needs to win to secure its position in the playoffs. The win will go to the Eastern Conference runner-up.

The numbers at have New England Revolution as the favorite, as the Moneyline for them shows +179, meanwhile Colorado Rapids has +235 and the Draw is +260.

This season the Revolution beat Colorado 1-0, thanks to a goal by Tajon Buchanan in the 74th minute. It is worth noting that the last two meetings at DSG Park ended in favor of the Revs.

Go for a straight win for the New England Revolution in the Moneyline. If you bet $100 at +179, you will gain $179 for a total payout of $279.

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