Four-pick cross-sport parlay for Wednesday (+800 odds): NHL playoffs, NBA playoffs, EPL and MLB
We have put together a 4-pick cross-sport parlay that will take you right through Wednesday, including action from the NHL, NBA, EPL and MLB. One pick is taken from each sport and a winning ticket would give us a nice payout with odds of +800 at DraftKings. Let’s break down each of these plays.
MLB: Cleveland Guardians vs Chicago White Sox ML (-150), 2:10 pm ET
Just as his team has been, Vince Velasquez has been up-and-down this season as well. However, he has looked good recently, winning his last 2 starts while pitching at least 5.0 innings in each and allowing just 1 total run. On Wednesday, Chicago should be able to have a productive offensive day with Aaron Civale taking the mound. While a formidable starter, he has given up 4, 6, and 6 runs in his last 3 starts. The Sox offense has been improving by the game and should continue to do so in the series finale.
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EPL: Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Manchester City – Over 2.5 goals (-160), 3:00 pm ET
Manchester City has not allowed a goal in 5 EPL road games, but the English champions could carry this total over 2.5 goals on their own. They should not be expected to sit back and should be relentless going forward. Manager Pep Guardiola keenly celebrated the late 4th and 5th goals against Newcastle on Sunday, as he knows goal difference could still be a factor in the title race with Liverpool. So it seems likely there will be at least 3 goals in this game.
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NHL: Pittsburgh Penguins vs New York Rangers ML (-135), 7:00 pm ET
New York needs to find another gear if they want to stay alive in these playoffs. They showed good effort at times in this series such as their strong comeback attempt in Game 3, but nothing has been enough. However, all they can look towards is the next game, which is Game 5 on home ice. With an electric home-ice crowd helping energize the Rangers, the team will show resilience and get the win. They have a great all-around team and should be in this series more than they are. They will likely show their strength once again and force a Game 6.
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NBA: Milwaukee Bucks vs Boston Celtics -5.5 (-110), 7:00 pm ET
The Bucks have put a lot more focus on their defensive pressure, and it has seemed to pay off, as they rank even higher than the Celtics in both defensive rating and opponent points per game in the playoffs so far. Nonetheless, Boston has the much more well-rounded offense with Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown leading the way, along with the recent resurgence of Al Horford, who has poured in 52 points over the past 2 games. Therefore, take the home team to take care of business in Game 5.
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