Four-pick cross-sport parlay for Saturday (+861 odds): MLS, NBA, NHL and MLB
We have put together a 4-pick cross-sport parlay that will take you right through Saturday, including action from the EPL, NBA, NHL and MLB. One pick is taken from each sport and a winning ticket would give us a nice payout with odds of +861 at DraftKings. Let’s break down each of these plays.
MLB: San Francisco Giants vs Washington Nationals, 1:05 pm ET
Saturday’s game also looks to be a good spot for the Giants, as they will be scheduled to start Alex Wood. He is 1-0 on the season and has an ERA of 1.93. In 2 starts this season, Wood has allowed a total of 2 earned runs over 9.1 innings. His most recent start saw him pitch 5.0 shutout innings against the Cleveland Guardians and he should be able to have some success here against an average at best Nationals’ offense.
The lack of offense from Washington on Friday is likely to carry over on Saturday when they face an even better pitcher in Wood than the one they saw on Friday night. The Giants’ bats did more than enough against Patrick Corbin last night, and should be able to score at least a few runs against Aaron Sanchez as well. For that reason, backing the Giants will be the play.
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NBA: Dallas Mavericks vs Utah Jazz – Over 212.5 points (-110), 4:30 pm ET
The Dallas offense, led by Jalen Brunson, has exploited Utah’s weak pick-and-roll defense, as he’s been able to generate plenty of easy scoring chances for himself and his teammates off the dribble. The return of Luka Doncic should boost their offensive potential, as he averages 28 points per game and presents another dangerous option for Utah to defend.
The Jazz have been led by Donovan Mitchell, who has averaged an impressive 32 points per game in this series, and it’s only a matter of time before some of his teammates step up offensively and challenge this stingy Dallas defense. Game 2 and 3 both went over the posted total and there’s no reason to think Game 4 can’t do the same with one of the league’s best scorers returning to the floor.
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NHL: Seattle Kraken vs Dallas Stars 3-way ML (-165), 8:05 pm ET
Thankfully for Dallas fans, they’re a great home team and should prove it against Seattle. They’re 24-10-3 on home ice where they even had a shutout victory against the Tampa Bay Lightning less than 2 weeks ago.
On the flip side, the Kraken are a terrible road team. They have the 2nd-worst road record and score the 5th-least goals per game outside of Seattle. They already lack the talent to match the Stars and the rest disadvantage should be the icing on the cake. Look for Dallas’ stars Jason Robertson and Joe Pavelski to shine brightest and keep them in the playoffs.
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MLS: Nashville SC vs Los Angeles Galaxy ML (-105), 10:30 pm ET
Both of these clubs have been playing well as Nashville has gone three games unbeaten while the Galaxy have gone unbeaten in their last four matches. Nashville may be looking forward to their home opener next weekend while the Galaxy will be looking to get their home crowd behind them early in this one. LA has scored the first goal in six of its last eight matches and I expect the Galaxy to grab an early goal in this one, leading to a victory after 90 minutes.