MLS Saturday

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Dempsey23- PM Dempsey23-
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Posted: 8/4/2012 5:52:39 PM
730pm Montreal vs Philadelphia - Personally I've cashed on most of the 8 home overs (and 13 overall) in a row that Montreal has had, and I will continue. Get the Over 2.5 if you can, I see this on 3 and not 4 goals. If any team is capable of killing this streak it's the defensive (and good) Union though. Riding the wave. Over 2.5, 3 -114

730pm New England vs Kansas City - New England barely lose at home, Kansas City barely lose away. Could go either way, no play.

730pm DC United vs Columbus Crew - Columbus have had some nice wins lately, and with a small break and small losing streak all of a sudden DC finds themselves going on a month without a win. Columbus will be a very tough test as they always are, but this is DC's first home game in a month, and on a nice Saturday night. You may think this is irrelevant but I saw the same happen with the Red Bulls in June - first home game in a month, stadium hopping and jumping, and they came out inspired. I fancy DC  for the win with a nice crowd boost. If they don't win this one watch out, their schedule becomes very tough this month, and could turn into a 2nd half slide. DC United win -101

830pm Chicago vs Toronto - Chicago -140, get out of here! They are a  good team on good form but no way do they deserve that high a line. Toronto have gone into Houston, Montreal, Dallas, (lost to Philly), New England and gotten results. Chicago is good but their home is not a fortress. They haven't won in 5 games while TFC are flying high after destroying Aguila 5-1 in CCL play on Wednesday (and they don't have a game until next Saturday). Toronto +5, +1 -101

9pm Colorado vs Salt Lake - Rocky Mountain Cup Part III. This match has always been tight but Colorado are looking very bad indeed. 6 straight losses so the PK is a legitimate line here. I won't pick a winner but I can pick an over. Colorado has 4 home overs in 5, and RSL are without their best defender (Olave) who got injured midweek. Also 3 games in 8 days for RSL (same as TFC but one of those was a friendly, and another a rout) could see them uncharacteristically sloppy in the back ANYWAY, but with the injury I like the over chances, you don't realize how important he is until he's gone, and you have Conor Casey to defend. Over 2.5 +102 and if you have goalscorers option, pick Casey to score, and even better anyone to score with a header.

raffchfd PM raffchfd
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Posted: 8/4/2012 5:56:27 PM


its really a shame that the union waited so long before switching is 1000 times better than they were at the beginning of the season

aloja27 PM aloja27
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Posted: 8/4/2012 7:42:12 PM
what do you think about taking toronto +400? thats what my book has them at...
dragonrickjs PM dragonrickjs
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Posted: 8/4/2012 10:39:46 PM
Come on rado and lake put it in the net
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SuperChargers PM SuperChargers
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Posted: 8/4/2012 10:40:50 PM
What a fukin 
Toronto what a 
Foul out on 2 yellow and then Injury, as soon as injury time done, a score by the other team.  Can't plan a better moose.
Dempsey23- PM Dempsey23-
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Posted: 8/4/2012 11:41:56 PM
1-3 -1.65

1-4 -2.84 this week

TFC should've held on, today was a straight unders day I guess... which only makes tomorrow's games will be awesome.

First losing week in a while, but oh well
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