Four-pick cross-sport parlay for Monday, June 14 (+881 odds): NBA Playoffs, NHL Playoffs, MLB and Euro 2020 picks
We’ve put together a four-pick cross-sport parlay that will take you right through Monday, including action from the NBA Playoffs, NHL Playoffs, MLB and the Euro 2020 soccer tournament.
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One pick is taken from each sport and a winning ticket gives us a nice payout with odds at +881 with BetMGM — that’s more than 8/1! Let’s break down each of these four plays. Remember to gamble responsibly.
Best Euro 2020 pick: Spain vs. Sweden – Both teams to score (+120) 3pm ET
In the final game of Monday’s Euro 2020, both teams to score is the selection when Spain takes on Sweden. The Spaniards are rightful favorites but have had some issues in defense, as seen by the fact that they have allowed their opponents to score in their last three competitive matches.
Those games included fixtures against Kosovo and Georgia, so Spain’s defense clearly needs some work. Sweden also has a number of good attacking players, even without the injured Zlatan Ibrahimovic, and scored 23 goals in ten qualifying games.
Spain should be able to get the victory, but any weakness in defense may be exposed by a hungry young Swedish side.
Be sure to check out our full game preview for this matchup. You can also read the rest of our free Soccer Predictions, with soccer picks from Euro 2020 throughout the tournament and the MLS all season long.
Best MLB pick: Detroit Tigers vs. Kansas City Royals ML (-140), 8:10pm ET
This season Tigers pitcher Matthew Boyd posted an impressive 2.27 ERA in April, but after some time on the IL he had a 5.32 ERA in May. Now he will face a Kansas City team he has struggled against in his career. Boyd is 7-11 with a 5.57 ERA and 1.47 WHIP in 25 starts against Kansas City, and he has also struggled at Kauffman Stadium, going 4-6 with a 7.00 ERA in 12 starts at the Kansas City’s ballpark.
The Royals are hitting a solid .255 at home this season, and the Tigers’ pitching staff is not in a good spot. Brad Keller is not the most intimidating pitcher, but Detroit’s .224 team batting average is 28th in baseball and their lineup on Sunday featured four rookies. For that reason, we like the Royals in this spot.
Best NHL pick: Montreal Canadiens vs. Vegas Golden Knights ML (-275), 9:08pm ET
Both teams have played a similar brand of hockey to get to where they are, with sturdy defense, great goaltending and timely offense. But Vegas is undoubtedly the better team. Montreal has reached the final four unexpectedly, while the Knights had been one of the cup favorites for the entire season. Vegas can play any style of hockey against any team and come out on top. They are a four-line team that comes at their opponents in waves of speed, physicality and skill. The Knights have averaged 3.07 goals per game in these playoffs, while the Habs have averaged only 2.54. We will take the Knights on the money line to be safe, but also like them on the puck line for better value.
Best NBA pick: Utah Jazz +5.5 (-110) vs. Los Angeles Clippers, 10:05pm ET
The Clippers are just 2-3 at home in these playoffs, so it’s not like playing at Staples Center comes with some massive home-court advantage. At worst this contest feels like a toss-up, so grab the points with the visitors. Rudy Gobert is capable of shutting down the paint, and he has, so the Clippers need to shoot very well from outside to win. They just happened to catch fire in Game 3, but that doesn’t mean it will happen again. Quinn Snyder is a far superior coach to Ty Lue, so trust his adjustments coming off a loss. The last time the Jazz lost a game in this postseason was Game 1 against the Grizzlies, and they proceeded to win their next six straight.
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