Four-pick cross-sport parlay for today 6/24 (+916 odds): MLB, Stanley Cup Finals, MLS and PLL
We have put together a 4-pick cross-sport parlay that will take you right through Friday, including picks from the MLB, Stanley Cup Finals, MLS and Premier Lacrosse League. One pick is taken from each sport and a winning ticket would give us a nice payout with odds of +916 at DraftKings. Let’s break down each of these plays.
MLS: Orlando City SC – Draw No Bet (+115) vs FC Cincinnati, 7:30 pm ET
The visitors are coming off a 2-1 home win over the Houston Dynamo and they tied the New England Revolution 1-1 in their last away match. Orlando is putting together an impressive campaign and should make the playoffs at the end of the season.
These two clubs already met to start the year, and Cincinnati picked up a 2-1 away win. However, the hosts are winless in 3 straight games and haven’t kept a clean sheet in 5 matches. This feels like a spot where Orlando can get revenge, and we predict they can collect all 3 points on Friday night.
Be sure to check out our full game preview for Orlando City SC vs FC Cincinnati
MLB: Toronto Blue Jays ML (-145) over Milwaukee Brewers, 8:10 pm ET
Alek Manoah will get the start on Friday night for the Blue Jays and he has been great this season to say the least. You can make an argument that he has become one of the most consistent starters in the game and he barely has a season under his belt. He has yet to throw less than 5 innings in a game, and only the Yankees and the Rays have beat him.
Toronto is the far superior offensive team and that group has been hot in June. A day off on Thursday gives the Jays a chance to rest their best relievers, too. For that reason, backing Toronto will be the play on Friday night.
Be sure to check out our full game preview for Toronto Blue Jays vs Milwaukee Brewers
Stanley Cup Finals – Game 5: Colorado Avalanche ML (-190) over Tampa Bay Lightning, 8:15 pm ET
Home ice has been important in the playoffs this season, and that remains the case for the Avalanche as they are 7-2 overall at home and have a goal margin of 40-23 in those 9 contests. The Avs are scoring 4.44 goals per game on home ice in a decent postseason sample size.
Now with all the momentum and the state of Colorado behind them, the Avalanche can get the job finished on Friday night. I never like to count out Jon Cooper and his guys, but their run looks set to end in Game 5 and a new team should be lifting Lord Stanley’s Cup.
Be sure to check out our full game preview for Tampa Bay Lightning vs Colorado Avalanche
Premier Lacrosse League: Chaos -1.5 (-120) over Waterdogs, 9:15 pm ET
Through two weeks all that we’ve heard about as fans is that the Chaos just aren’t the same without their full roster and that when the NLL season ends they will be a force. Well, that time has come and finally we get to see a fully staffed Chaos squad. The Chaos have activated their offensive studs which should add some much needed firepower. Given that the Chaos now look to be at full strength, look for them to play angry and back them to win this game comfortably.
Be sure to check out our full game preview for Waterdogs vs Chaos