Bookie Busters: Hoping to continue an epic win streak with Europa League Final, NBA and NHL playoffs
An epic run, some would say, as Bookie Busters stayed hot by going undefeated at 8-0-1. We are now on a 37-12 run over the last five weeks. 75.5%. Remember to Practice Bankroll management, that is the key! Let's keep streaking....
Celtics +1 WIN
Dynamo vs. Whitecaps
Over 2.5 WIN
RB Leipzig vs. Hertha Berlin
Over 3 WIN
Levante vs. Barcelona
Over 3.5 WIN
Both Teams to score WIN
Liverpool first Half WIN
Arsenal -1 PUSH
Tottenham Over 3.5 WIN
Colorado Rapids vs. New York Red Bulls
Over 2.5 WIN
Europa League Final
Atletico Madrid vs. Marseille
Marseille come into this match off a disappointing 3-3 draw vs. Guingamp this weekend. The squad leans heavily on the skills of French international Dimitri Payet who has seven assists and three goals in this tournament. Also having a breakthrough season is winger Florian Thauvin, who has netted 21 goals in Ligue 1. The French side will need every bit of their contributions after being held scoreless in five matches in this competition, something that doesn't bode well facing one of Europe's elite defenses. Atletico Madrid has allowed only 20 goals in the last 37 matches; credit to goalkeeper Jan Oblak who is making a case for one of the worlds best keepers after keeping 26 clean sheets this season. Attempting to recreate the magic of 2010 and 2012, Diego Simeone's team enter this match as 3-1 favorites to claim the Europa title.
The French side hasn't had much luck in EL finals, tasting defeat the last two times they made it to a final, losing to Parma in 1999 and Valencia in 2004. I expect Los Rojiblancos to play a conservative gameplan limiting what Marseille will be able to do on the offensive side of the field. Look for a marginal victory here from a team that is battle tested in big games and their experience, will conclusively lead them to a narrow victory.
Atletico to nil
Antoine Griezmann to score
Match Result and Both Teams to Score
Madrid and No +150
Marseille starting XI: Mandanda; Sarr, Rami, Luiz Gustavo, Amavi; Sanson, Lopez; Thauvin, Payet, Ocampos; Germain
Atletico Madrid starting XI: Oblak; Vrsaljko, Savic, Godin, Lucas; Koke, Saul Niguez, Gabi, Correa; Griezmann, Costa
Rockets vs. Warriors Game 2
Not much to this play, Houston in a must-win situation after losing home court. I believe MDA makes the right adjustments on defense and gets his offense going earlier in the shot clock.
Winnipeg Jets at Vegas Golden Knights - Game 3
Boston Celtics at Cleveland Cavaliers - Game 3
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