Los Angeles FC started life in Major League Soccer during the 2018 MLS season and the Western Conference team got their campaign off to a flying start, one that nobody could have predicted.

New MLS teams tend to struggle in American soccer’s top soccer competition, but not Los Angeles FC. Led by former USA national team head coach Bob Bradley, Los Angeles FC navigated their way to third-place in the Western Conference during an inaugural season that saw them win 16 games.

Bradley deserves a medal for the job he managed to do with a squad that saw 16 new faces and 12 departures. Soccer teams usually take time to gel together, yet Bradley managed to find a formula that worked for Los Angeles FC, one that saw some free flowing attacking soccer that made many neutral fans choose Los Angeles FC as their team.

Los Angeles FC play a 4-3-3 formation that has a wealth of attacking options that can cause trouble for even the most organized of defenses. Ghanaian winger Latif Blessing provides pace and flair, Diego Rossi and Adama Diomande provide the goal threat with Mexico’s Carlos Vela being the team’s playmaker and star man.

If Bradley can find a way to tighten up his team in defense while keeping the same attacking force, Los Angeles FC could be a force to be reckoned with for many years to come.

Los Angeles FC Next Game

Nobody will fancy playing Los Angeles FC home or away after the side’s successful start to life in the MLS. Los Angeles FC did have a slightly better record when playing at their Banc of California Stadium, let’s discover if they are playing there next or if they face a long journey across the U.S.

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Los Angeles FC Full Season Schedule

Feast your eyes on the Los Angeles FC schedule below and plan your bets with military precision as the table includes all of the latest betting odds for Los Angeles FC’s fixtures.

Pay particular attention to the game against LA Galaxy, dubbed El Trafico, as this will be a fiercely fought contest that both sides will want to win and you may as well throw the form book out of the window!

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Los Angeles FC Current Standings

It is difficult to see how Los Angeles FC can improve on last year’s successful start to life in the MLS as they finished third in the Western Conference with 16 wins, nine draws and nine defeats from 34 games. Los Angeles scores 68 goals and conceded 52 during those matches.

Does it look like Los Angeles FC are mounting a charge on the top two finishing positions or are they a little off the pace? Let’s take a look at the current Los Angeles FC standings and those of their opponents.

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How to win money betting on Los Angeles FC

Had it not been for Atlanta United being so amazing during the 2018 MLS season, there is no doubt in our minds that Los Angeles FC would have been the standout team.

Los Angeles FC’s debut season was almost one of dreams. A third-place finish in the Western Conference during a season that saw them win 16 games surpassed all expectations, although it does put the roster under more pressure to succeed in 2019.

Bob Bradley has a plethora of forwards and attack-minded players at his disposal and his biggest issue will be giving them enough game time to keep them all happy and the morale in his squad high.

Carlos Vela is Los Angeles FC’s best player and the one who makes everything tick. Vela played 28 games last season, scored 14 goals and provided 10 assists in what was a superb introduction to American soccer.

Even if Vela isn’t playing, Los Angeles FC can call upon the likes of Diego Rossi (12 goals and seven assists), and Adama Diomande (12 goals and four assists in 18 games) as firepower. Diomande could be a good outside bet for the MLS Golden Boot as the big Norwegian is a real handful for defenders. 

Twenty-nine of Los Angeles FC’s games last season had at least one goal in the first half, triggering the over 0.5 goals market. They scored an average of two goals per games and allowed an average of 1.57 goals per game overall, but only conceded 1 goals per game at home (2.18 away from home). 

If you like to bet on the over/under 2.5 goals market, back over 2.5 goals when Los Angeles are on the road because 14 of their 17 away games would have paid out last season

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