Who will win the MLS Cup 2017?

 

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We are now down to our final four of the season, with some big names already knocked out of the playoffs. However, the four teams still in the competition will all feel they have a very good chance of going on to win it now.

The four teams that still remain in the competition and will be fighting it out in the conference finals are Montreal, who will be taking on Toronto in the next round and Colorado  who will be away to Seattle in the first leg of the tie.

As it stands, Toronto are currently the favourites to go on and win the competition, currently priced at 2/1 with bookmakers. Seattle Sounders are not that far behind priced at 9/4, with Montreal and Colorado a bit farther out at prices of 7/2 and 5/1.

At this stage, you can’t really call for certain what is going to happen as all the teams will believe that they can go on and win. If there’s one thing that you can guarantee from these games, that would be a lot of entertainment, and most likely a lot of goals.

There are still a lot of big names still left in the competition, with many of them playing for some big clubs around Europe during the early parts of their career. Toronto still have the likes of Sebastian Giovinco and Jozy Altidore who have both proved themselves at many clubs over the years.

Seattle Sounders have players such as Clint Dempsey and Nicolas Lodeiro who are always in the thick of it for this side. Colorado Rapids have Everton legend Tim Howard between the sticks for them. He was the reason for them being at this stage after keeping out penalties against LA Galaxy in the previous round.

 

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Montreal have one of the best strikers the Premier League has arguably ever seen in Didier Drogba. He took Chelsea on to many trophies in his career, with probably the best being their Champions League win against Bayern Munich in 2012.

With all them players on show within these last four teams, it promises everyone that it will be very entertaining.

Who do you think is going to win?

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