Four-pick cross-sport parlay for Tuesday (+859 odds): NBA Playoffs, Euro 2020 and MLB picks
We’ve put together a four-pick cross-sport parlay that will take you right through Tuesday, including action from the NBA Playoffs, Euro 2020 soccer, and the MLB.
One pick is taken from each sport with a second pick from the MLB. A winning ticket gives us a nice payout with odds at +859 with BetMGM — that’s more than 8/1! Let’s break down each of these four plays. Remember to gamble responsibly.
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Best Euro 2020 pick: Ukraine to advance (+105) vs. Sweden, 3pm ET
Sweden’s right-sided players — Mikkel Lustig and Sebastian Larsson — have an average age of 35 and Ukraine will look to exploit that with the pace of Andriy Yarmalenko and Victor Tsygankov. The Swedes may also struggle to deal with the creative Ruslan Malinovsky and Ukraine getting the best out of him is key. He had the most assists in Serie A last year with eight and if he can influence the game as much as he did in their win over North Macedonia, Ukraine could upset the odds and reach the quarter-finals.
We do like Ukraine to win in normal time, but seeing how the knockout stage games have gone so far, we will just take them to advance at plus-money.
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. Cleveland Indians ML (-185), 7.10pm ET
The Indians will send J.C. Mejia to the mound to face the Tigers on Tuesday, and he is coming off of his best outing of the season. Mejia tossed 6.0 innings of one-run ball and allowed just four hits while striking out six against Minnesota last week. He should be able to build off that start and put together a strong outing against a light-hitting Detroit lineup.
Things have not been easy for Jose Urena this season, as he is posting a 2-8 record with a 6.00 ERA and 1.65 WHIP through 14 starts on the year. The Indians also have a huge advantage when it comes to the bullpen, so fading Urena and the Tigers on the road here is the play. Back Cleveland.
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Best MLB pick: New York Mets vs. Atlanta Braves ML (-160), 7.20pm ET
The Mets saw Charlie Morton last week and were completely helpless. Their lineup has been in a funk all season, and it’s only seemed to get worse over the past couple weeks. Morton, a 37-year-old who has resurrected his career at an age when most are on the decline, relies on a strong curveball to strike hitters out. The Mets bit on it last week, fanning 11 times in seven innings while recording just one hit.
Tylor Megill debuted against the Braves six days ago and escaped trouble in the earlier innings before giving up a home run followed by a walk to a relief pitcher, prompting his early exit with one out in the fifth. Take the Braves to close the gap in the East with a win on Tuesday.
Best NBA pick: Milwaukee Bucks -6.5 (-115) vs. Atlanta Hawks, 8.35pm ET
At the current number, there are lots of reasons to like the Bucks. They did not play a great game on Sunday but pulled away late to cash tickets. That is kind of what we are expecting again for the next game. Khris Middleton probably cools a little but the Bucks can count on more production from lead guard Jrue Holiday, who scored just six points on Sunday. Holiday can score even more if he does not have to chase Trae Young around to the same degree. Regardless of how Young is feeling, he is still going to take his shots. Even when he is healthy he has lots of bad shooting games. Milwaukee eventually pulls away and covers in this one.