Houston Dynamo took the MLS by storm when they won the 2006 and 2007 MLS Cups during the first two years of the franchise’s existence. Dynamo were then the runners-up in the race for the Supporters’ Shield in 2008, before finishing as runners-up in the MLS Cup in both 2011 and 2012. The Dynamo are coached by Wilmer Cabrera. They finished dead last in the Western Conference in 2016 and must improve most facets of their game, primarily their road record to contend for a playoff berth. 

Who Do The Houston Dynamo Play Next

Before you rush to wager on the Houston Dynamo take a look at who they play next, where the game is situated and what the game lines are going to be. 

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Houston Dynamo Game Schedule

Take a look at Houston’s game schedule to find opportune betting moments in the future. You won’t know the betting lines in advance but you’ll be able to strategize in preparation. 

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Houston Dynamo Standings Today

Houston hope to challenge for a playoff spot in coming seasons so take a look at their progress to find out if they’re close to reaching that postseason goal. 


How To Make Money On Houston Dynamo

The only way is up for Houston Dynamo after their utterly abject 2016 season in which they finished bottom of the Western Conference. Their 34 total points was second least in the MLS. Only Chicago Fire, who accumulated 31 points, finished with less points. 

One point per game is just not good enough and Dynamo have a lot to improve on to challenge for a playofff berth. They were woeful on the road, where they won only two of 17 matches. Most MLS teams, however, perform comparatively poorly on the road. It was Houston's average home form that was probably most disconcerting. Houston won five of their 17 home matches, amassing 22 of 51 possible points. Most MLS teams love playing in front of a biased home crowd but Houston struggled monumentally at BBVA Compass Stadium. 

Scoring the second fewest goals in the league, Dynamo strugged mightily to find the back of the net in 2016. They managed a mere 39 goals in 34 matches, which constitutes the definition of an anemic attack. Dynamo's defense wasn't nearly as bad, the team allowing 45 goals in 34 games. That total would have been good for the third best defensive record if they were a part of the Eastern Conference. However, they conceded the fourth most in the defensively oriented Western Conference. Still, their defense is definitely not the main cause for concern. 

Look to back the unders market in most Dynamo matches. They are quite well organised defensively and often struggle scoring goals. So long as this trend continues, the under is your friend.