The Colorado Rapids have been around since the very beginning. They are one of the 10 charter clubs that took part in the first season of Major League Soccer back in 1996. They are based in Denver, Colorado and compete in the Western Conference. The Rapids were runners up in the MLS Cup in 97 and the US Open Cup in 99, losing to DC United and the Rochester Raging Rhinos respectively. They finally got their hands on the MLS Cup in 2010 in dramatic fashion by beating FC Dallas 2-1 in extra time.
Colorado Rapids Next Regular Season Game
You will find all of the details for the Colorado Rapids next game in the schedule below. Use this information to help make your selections.
Colorado Rapids Game Schedule
Picking out your bets well in advance is a great way to beat the price movements, so take a look below for all of the Rapids games this season.
What Are The Current Colorado Rapids Standings
The Colorado Rapids were excellent in 2016. Can they repeat that success in 2017? Keep an eye on the standings to stay up to date with current form.
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|3||New York City FC||37||22||11||4||7||40||31||9|
|5||New York Red Bulls||35||21||11||2||8||32||26||6|
|16||Impact De Montreal||27||21||7||6||8||32||37||-5|
|18||Real Salt Lake||26||24||7||5||12||30||44||-14|
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There is not one team in the MLS who is going to relish heading to Colorado this season thanks to the Rapids’ amazing 2016 11-0-6 home record.
The Rapids roads form was altogether a different storhy, faltering with a 4-6-7 record. Historically, Rapids have won approximately 65% of their home games but less than 30% of their away fixtures.
Do not expect many of the Rapids’ games to be high scoring affairs. The found the back of the net 39 times in 34 games. Rapids relied on a tight defense, only allowing 32 goals.
Only 11 Rapids games triggered the over 2.5 goals market, so veer towards under bets in 2017.