The Copa Sudamericana is a continental football competition held annually for the 2nd level of South American clubs, organized by the Confederation Sudamericana de FútBOL (CONMEBOL/CSF). Copa Sudamericana has been played in two-legged (home and away) knock-out format since the very beginning. The only exemption is for the champions – The Copa Sudamericana champion qualifies into the following year's Copa Libertadore and the defending Copa Sudamericana champion enters the competition in round of 16. Thirty-nine teams qualify to the Copa Sudamericana nowadays.
Handicapping futures International soccer tournaments and doing the same for the big domestic leagues require different skill sets, which again leaves the sportsbook in a position where it can be tough to tell which plays are sharp and which plays just have a lot of money behind them. Additionally, even well-contested soccer futures are far from an easy win for sportbooks.
All Soccer match odds are based on the result at the end of a scheduled 90 minutes play, unless otherwise stated. Bets are settled on the score standing at the end of the scheduled '90 minutes' including any added injury or stoppage time. This scheduled period does not include extra time, time allocated for a penalty shoot out or golden goal. Extra time prices may be introduced at the end of the scheduled period. More MLS Soccer Betting Info