Four-pick cross-sport parlay for today 6/25 (+1088 odds): MLB, UFC, MLS and PLL
MLB: Tampa Bay Rays ML (-175) over Pittsburgh Pirates, 1:10 pm ET
After losing his last 2 starts to AL East opponents, Corey Kluber should have a much better time against the Pirates. Pittsburgh remains one of the league’s lowest-scoring teams, even after hitting well against the Cubs. Tampa’s pitching staff is on an entirely different tier than Chicago’s and should be what carries the Rays to this win.
The Rays also have one of the league’s best set of relievers, and came into this series with an off day on Thursday. For that reason, backing the Rays to win will be the play on Saturday.
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MLS: Nashville SC draw no bet (+120) vs DC United, 5:00 pm ET
DC United is tied with the Chicago Fire for the worst record in the MLS, and they’ve gone just 3-4-1 in their 8 home matches. They’ve scored just 12 goals in those 8 games, and it is unlikely they’ll be able to generate much offense against Nashville today.
Nashville has won its previous 2 away matches and has a 4-4-2 record when playing away from home this season. Nashville expects to make the postseason and is a much more talented team than the hosts. Therefore, we predict they can get a victory and if the game is a draw, the bet pushes.
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Premier Lacrosse League: Chrome vs Chaos – Under 24.5 goals (-125), 6:00 pm ET
Chrome come into this game with one of the best defensive units in the PLL. Through the first 2 weeks they allowed only 6.5 goals per game. This Chrome defense is legit, and its letdown performance against the Waterdogs last week shouldn’t make you believe otherwise.
The Cannons haven’t looked the part of a high-powered offense. Their 16 goals against the Waterdogs came mostly in transition, which is a defensive strength for Chrome. Since then, they have averaged a pedestrian 8.5 goals per game against some lesser defensive units. The trends and team matchups point to the under.
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UFC: Arman Tsarukyan vs Mateusz Gamrot – Fight to go the distance – No (-110), 12:30 am ET Sunday
Arman Tsarukyan is a huge favorite in this fight, but Mateusz Gamrot has won 3 UFC fights in a row and has been too strong overall to count out of this fight. They both have elite grappling and both have 12 wins by finish in their careers, including 2 in a row for Tsarukyun and 3 in a row for Gamrot. This should be a fast-paced fight, so backing this fight to end inside the distance will be the play.
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