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Another profitable weekend for the Bookie Buster team, but they say you're only as good as your last bet, so on we go.

I've spoken about this summer and how much soccer we'll have to choose from, that all starts next week. So for now lets keep adding to our 5-1 NBA Finals record and close out the knockout rounds of the Under 20 World Cup.

Good Luck!

1-5U Scale on everything

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UPDATE 1 CST

Spain FH -1.5 1U

UPDATE 1220

England/Netherlands BTTS

Previous Plays 


France /USA First half over 1. 2U

Both teams score 1U

USA Team total over .5 1U

France TT over 1.5 2U

USA TT over 1 +230 1U

Warriors/Raptors Over 108.5 10U

Salah scores goal 3U

2nd half highest scoring 5U

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Framber Valdez pitched seven strong innings and the Houston Astros used a four-run eighth inning to rally past the Detroit Tigers 5-2 on Friday night.

Kyle Tucker homered and scored twice for Houston, which has won two in a row after a four-game skid.

Valdez (2-1) allowed two runs and six hits in seven innings. He has a 2.49 ERA in eight career games against the Tigers, including seven starts.

Detroit (19-19) has lost six of seven and fell to .500 for the first time this season.

Trailing 2-1, Jose Altuve started the eighth with a single off Andrew Chafin (2-1) and Tucker walked before Yordan Alvarez tied it with a single down the right-field line. Jason Foley replaced Chafin, but Jeremy Peña hit an RBI single on his first pitch.

Jon Singleton hit into a force at second, putting runners on the corners, and Alex Bregman’s grounder to third went through Matt Vierling’s legs for an error. Yanier Diaz followed with a sacrifice fly to make it 5-2.

Bryan Abreu pitched the eighth for Houston and Josh Hader earned his fifth save after closing out the ninth.

Tigers starter Casey Mize allowed one run on five hits and didn't walk a batter after the first inning.

Houston had a chance in the first as Mize walked Altuve and Tucker to start the game, but he escaped the inning after Peña took a called third strike on a 3-2 pitch.

The Tigers took a 2-0 lead in the third after Jake Rogers and Andy Ibáñez led off with singles and scored on Vierling's double.

Tucker led off the sixth with a long homer to right off Mize, his 12th of the season, but Houston didn't get anything else going until the eighth.

The Tigers debuted their blue City Connect jerseys — the first time they had worn anything but white at home since 1995 — and had an organist for the first time in more than 40 years.

TRAINER'S ROOM

The Astros are expected to activate RHP Cristian Javier from the injured list on Saturday. Javier, who missed 18 games with neck soreness, is scheduled to start Saturday's game.

UP NEXT

The teams continue the weekend series with Detroit ace LHP Tarik Skubal (4-0, 1.90) scheduled to face Javier (2-0, 1.54).

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