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Bookie Busters: The cash cow continues with an epic hot streak

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We came into the weekend's Bookie Busters on what we thought was a hot streak. The insane run we’re on is something to treasure. Stay focused and don't start betting outside the box because your bankroll is fatter. Stick to the script, the season is early.

Last Weeks edition read: 24-4  / 45.5U in 4 days risking 1-5 U       85.7%

This weekend we killed the books again to add to that gaining another 33U.  

Monday saw the heater continue as we ripped off the Monday night game with two MAX bets, one prop and one teaser.

Tuesday saw another 3-0 run with two MAX bet winners to add to the Money Tree. +78.5U 81%. Some people might not win that in a whole year so enjoy the ride.

MAX Bet # 1

Germany

Frankfurt/ M' Gladbach

Over 2.5     5U MAX

Spain

Barca   -1.5         MAX

Sevilla/R. Madrid  BTTS     2U

UPDATE 2

 

Germany

Nurnberg/Dortmund   over 3 5UMAX

Dortmund TT over 2.5 +110  2U

 

England

Arsenal Over 3.5     MAX

Arsenal TT O 2.5     MAX

Parlay

West Ham O

Arsenal O

Frankfurt O

 

Thursday Night Football BANGER

Vikings +7.5  -122 MAX 3U

 

 

Halftime Bets

Over 26.5 MAX

Vikings Over 10 TT  MAX

For any questions or comments reach me @JerryBoknowz on Twitter.

Be sure to check out my new show MoneyLine with Josh Jordan on ESPN 97.5. We’re on every Sunday from 10-noon, and we’ll talk a lot of fantasy football and NFL gambling. Also, be sure to follow us  @Moneyline975  on Twitter.

The U.S. Women's National Team look to defend their FIFA Women's World Cup title and become back-to-back champs.

The Summer of Soccer is underway with the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup, UEFA Nations League and international friendlies all part of the schedule this past weekend. The action is about to kick into another gear with the start of the Concacaf Gold Cup and South America's Copa America this week. Here is the week in soccer:

FIFA Women's World Cup

The premier women's international soccer competition kicked off in France with a 4-0 win by the hosts last Friday to open the competition. France is one of the favorites, and pressured to win, due to their role as the home team. The French women are also looking to match their male counterparts that became World Cup champions last summer at Russia 2018.

Germany, another of the favorites, opened their campaign with a 1-0 win over China while 2011 Champions and 2015 Runners-up Japan were held to a scoreless draw against what could be a Cinderella team in Argentina. England and Scotland faced off for the first time at the World Cup, men or women's, with the Lionesses winning 2-1 while potential dark horse Canada picked up a 1-0 win over Cameroon.

The defending champion United States joins the fray on Tuesday (2:00 p.m. CT, FOX) in what will likely be a multiple goal clinic against Thailand. For all the basics on the Women's World Cup, check out this article.

UEFA Nations League

The first ever Nations League, an attempt to get rid of "meaningless" international friendlies, looks to have been a rousing success and it could not have finished in a better way in terms of garnering media attention. European football's golden boy Cristiano Ronaldo led Portugal, the current European champions, to a second European title in three years with a 1-0 win over the Netherlands.

Concacaf Gold Cup

The biannual tournament to determine the champion of North America, Central America and the Caribbean - the region governed by Concacaf - kicks off on Saturday. The United States enter as the defending champions but it is Mexico, the nation with the most titles in the competition, who enter as the favorites to win it all.

Mexico fared well with a 3-1 friendly win over Venezuela in Atlanta on Wednesday followed by a 3-2 win over Ecuador on Sunday up in Arlington, TX. The United States enter with doubts after a 0-1 loss to Jamaica in Washington D.C. and a 0-3 loss to Venezuela in Cincinnati.

CONMEBOL Copa America

South America also has a tournament kicking off this weekend in the revered Copa America. Hosts Brazil are always in the spotlight because of their star-studded squad and will be expected to win despite losing Neymar to injury this past week. Of course, as it has been for several editions now, the main storyline will be if Lionel Messi can finally lift a trophy with Argentina. With what many consider as the best in the world (and best all-time by others) in his prime, the time seems now or never for Messi to conquer the quadrennial tournament as well of the hearts of his country - and what a story it would be to do it on rival turf.

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