Colorado Rapids are a popular MLS team that you can bet on (soon) in CO.
Here are some current betting picks on the Rapids.
It is predicted that somewhere near the end of 2019, Colorado Rapids betting will be available to all the loyal fans.
Making sportsbooks legal in this state could bring tons of options to all the CO bettors. Let’s check out what could the Colorado Rapids’ fans expect from different sportsbooks.
If you are planning to bet on this professional soccer club from Denver, you should do a little bit of research.
Creating a thought-out betting strategy carefully might bring you success. So, you should always check the current odds and the past success of this MLS team.
The first time the Rapids appeared at the MLS cup was in 1997. However, they lost to D.C. United. Thirteen years later, they managed to succeed, and this time they won the MLS cup.
In addition, the team managed to finish second at the 1999 U.S. Open Cup. Besides, a couple of last MLS seasons wasn’t so successful for the team. Yet, no one says that the 2020 season couldn’t be a big one for them.
Once the sports betting becomes legal in CO, the wagerers will be able to decide where to bet (which operator, whether at a retail, online or mobile sportsbook, etc). Furthermore, the bettors will need to check the Colorado Rapids odds and decide which type of bet they want to place.
Rapids 2020 MLS Cup Run
What will Colorado Rapids’ success be like during the 25th MLS season? Even if no one can claim whether the team will have a great season or not, the bettors can always have fun making predictions and assumptions. There is a chance that MLS 2020 will be different from the 2019 season.
After all, with a new head coach Conor Casey to lead the team, some things might change this season. Also, during 2019, the Rapids had a few additions to the team.
To be precise, they added a few veterans Kei Kamara, Keegan Rosenberry, Benny Feilhaber, and Diego Rubio. Moreover, they added a few young ones, too: Matt Hundley, Andre Shinyashiki, Jonathan Lewis, and Sam Raben.
These changes didn’t prove too effective during 2019, but who knows, maybe the team could finally be on a winning streak during 2020.