Four-pick cross-sport parlay for Wednesday (+1010 odds): Stanley Cup Finals, Euro 2020, MLS and MLB picks
We’ve put together a four-pick cross-sport parlay that will take you right through Wednesday, including action from the Stanley Cup Finals, Euro 2020, MLS and the MLB.
One pick is taken from each sport and a winning ticket gives us a nice payout with odds at +1010 with BetMGM — that’s more than 10/1! Let’s break down each of these four plays. Remember to gamble responsibly.
Best Euro 2020 pick: England vs. Denmark Over 2.5 Goals (+135), 3pm ET
Denmark’s last four games at Euro 2020 have produced at least three goals and another high-scoring contest is likely when the Danes take on England in the second semi-final at Wembley Stadium on Wednesday.
Playing at Wembley with home advantage is another reason to feel encouraged about England’s chances and the Three Lions should be fresh given they have had to do so little traveling. With young attacking talents Jack Grealish, Mason Mount, Phil Foden, and Jadon Sancho all shining when given the chance there’s a lively look to England and they seem to be peaking as an attacking force.
The prospects of a high-scoring game look to have been underrated. England has notched six times in their last two games and they now take on a team that has scored ten times in three games. Take over 2.5 goals.
Best MLS pick: Toronto FC vs. New England Revolution ML (-200), 7:00 pm ET
We’ve mentioned in our previews for Toronto FC’s matches each of the past few weeks that the team has hit rock bottom, and it would be hard to imagine how the situation of last year’s second-place team in the Eastern Conference could get any worse. But after a 7-1 embarrassment to D.C. United, the team’s sixth straight loss, it feels almost even more laughable, for better or worse.
New England is coming off a draw at defending champions Columbus, and while their results over the last couple of weeks haven’t been as dominant as they were in April and May, there’s still no better team in the East. Toronto is no longer a competitive team in this league and will lose this one by quite a few goals.
Best NHL pick: Montreal Canadiens vs. Tampa Bay Lightning ML (-250), 8:00 pm ET
Tampa Bay will be extra motivated to win Game 5 at home in front of its own fans. The Bolts also do not want to have to travel back to Montreal for a Game 6, in which anything could happen. They probably should have won Game 4 considering they hit the post three times, but they will use this as motivation to get the job done on home ice Wednesday night. Look for Tampa to come out flying and get off to an early lead and cruise to victory.
Best MLB pick: Oakland Athletics ML (125) vs. Houston Astros, 8:10 pm ET
A’s lefty Sean Manaea is one of the steadiest starters in the American League. This will be his fourth start against Houston this season, and for the most part he has pitched well even though he is 0-1 against the Astros. Houston righty Luis Garcia has been in the rotation all season long. Only once has he given up more than three runs in a start, but it was in his last one so maybe he is tiring a little. We still like Manea in an underdog role. The A’s are 11-6 in his starts this season, including 2-1 in games where they were an underdog. Take Oakland.