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Never miss #LosDos.
Catch them on the at this weekend's Watch Party! https://t.co/Hr20lxBFxv
— LA Galaxy II (@LAGalaxyII) March 31, 2017
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— San Jose Earthquakes (@SJEarthquakes) March 24, 2017
USA v Honduras kickoff Friday just got a few mins later: 7:55 pm local, 10:55 on East Coast #usmnt
— Steven Goff (@SoccerInsider) March 23, 2017
— Nathan Carr (@caribbeanftbl) March 24, 2017
It's game day everyone and it's time to #get3 !
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Poor Galaxy finishing, crucial defensive errors and a general lack of experience at this level overwhelmed the flashes of promise of things to come from Jermaine Jones and a not yet match-fit DP Romain Alessandrini in the home loss to Dallas.
Las Vegas-based sports book Bovada has installed the New York Red Bulls as favorites to win MLS Cup at 5-1, with Toronto second at 11-2.
The Galaxy are third favorites at 6-1, but the odds on them lifting another MLS Cup have lengthened, presumably as oddsmakers question the depth on the squad and relative absence of big names.
The Houston Dynamo and Minnesota United are the MLS long shots, incidentally, with odds of 100-1 and 125-1 respectively
Indeed, not a single Galaxy player appears on the short-list of players favored to win the MLS scoring race; the favorite is David Villa.