MLS football betting fans will be well aware that Sporting Kansas City find themselves in the unenviable position of being dead last in the MLS Eastern Conference standings.
However, The Wizards have played just ten games so far this term and have two matches in hand over Chicago Fire, who sit one place above them and two points better off.
Sporting have a terrible return of just six points from a possible 30 but are still seen as favourites to earn a victory over their Toyota Park rivals.
Bwin currently offers football betting odds of 19/20 on the home win, with the draw priced at 9/4 and an away victory for Frank Klopas’ men available at 12/5.
Looking at past meetings between the sides gives little away, with one win for Sporting, two wins for Chicago and two draws from the last five clashes.
Last time out, The Fire avenged a 2-0 defeat with a 3-2 victory, while two of the recent games have ended in a 2-2 stalemate.
This time, the difference between the two is likely to be experience levels from the squads available to both managers.
While in the past, The Fire have been able to call on players of former Premier League calibre, such as Freddie Ljungberg, Brian McBride and Paulo Wanchope, the current squad is shorn of anyone who has played at the highest level of the game.
Conversely, the home side are able to call upon some well-travelled individuals. Englishman Ryan Smith enjoyed spells at Arsenal, Millwall, Southampton and Crystal Palace before making the trip across the Atlantic, while Brazilian ace Julio Cesar appeared for Benfica, Olympiacos and Real Valladolid, among others.
Such experience could prove vital and could also tempt a number of football betting enthusiasts to gift Chicago a 1-0 advantage going in to the game.
By doing so, punters will see the odds on the home win shift to 13/5, while the draw moves to 14/5 and the away win becomes a 3/4 shot.
However, those expecting the visitors to rise to the challenge could be tempted to back a third 2-2 draw between the two clubs.
This scoreline is available at odds of 13/1 and with bwin offering new customers a free £25 bet, returns of £350 can be had if the punt proves successful.
However, the bottom-of-the league encounter is likely to be a cagey affair, so the 29/4 odds on a 1-0 home win could attract some of the more sensible money.
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