Sports betting: the best offers for CF Montreal

Sports betting: the best deals for CF Montreal

UPDATE DAY

With an impressive 65 points in 34 games, CF Montreal finished the season second in the East, which will allow them to play their first playoff game at Stade Saputo since 2016, in addition to making it a favorite according to bookmakers. 

This favorite status could also pay off for bettors. Here are the three best offers from Mise-o-jeu to try during the duel between Wilfried Nancy's men and Orlando City SC on Sunday: 

CF Montreal win – 1.78 

CF Montreal will enter the playoffs with a high level of confidence, having won their last four games of the regular season, in addition to losing only once in their last 15 meetings, winning 11 of them. Orlando City SC, for their part, secured their place in the playoffs by the skin of their teeth, with a victory in their last meeting, having lost four of the previous five meetings. In addition, Wilfried Nancy's men made short work of the Florida team during their duel at Saputo Stadium in 2022, beating them dryly 4 to 1. The “CFM” should not show too much confident so as not to be surprised, but a positive result is more than possible.

Over 2.5 goals – 1.78

By virtue of 63 goals for and 50 goals against in the regular season, for a total of 113 goals in 34 games, the formation of Belle Province is one of the Major League Soccer teams that has seen the most action in his matches. The end of the season was particularly strong in goals, with at least four goals scored in four of the team's last six duels, not to mention the five goals scored between the two teams during the duel at Stade Saputo, in May.

Kei Kamara will score a goal – 2.90 

The case of Romell Quioto is still unclear, he who has not played a single match since the return of the international truce, at the end of September. Djordje Mihailovic and Kei Kamara should therefore logically be the big attacking players of CF Montreal, they who each scored nine goals in the regular season. The second, however, is the fittest of the two. He's found the back of the net four times in the team's last six games. Success on his part could thus offer a good return on investment.