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3/27

EKENASSJONS VS MYRESJÖ/VETLANDA FK Over 5 1U


QVIDING FIF VS IK ODDEVOLD Over 3.5 1U


ENHORNA IF VS SÖDERTÄLJE FK Over 2 FH

3U game over 5 3U


Parlay

ENHORNA IF VS SÖDERTÄLJE FK Over 2 FH

EKENASSJONS VS MYRESJÖ/VETLANDA FK Over 5 1U

3/22   

Oaklawn Park - Race 1

#2 WPS


Exacta BOX 1$ 1,2,3

3/21 MAX BOMB

Game is 3/22 1:30 AM CST

Hong Kong FA TAI PO VS R& F Over 3.5 5U MAX BOMB

Previous Plays


over 3 5U MAX BOMB

908

PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS @ PHOENIX SUNS 2nd half over 113.5 3U MAX

850

MILWAUKEE BUCKS @ LOS ANGELES LAKERS Over 228 3U MAX

756 CST

EASTERN KENTUCKY @ BELMONT Belmont 2nd half -5.5 2U

748 CST

Lakers ML 3U MAX

650 CST

UTAH JAZZ @ BOSTON CELTICS First Q under 54 2u

648

Davidson -4 3U MAX

529

Belmont -13 2U

527

Belmont -13 2U

450 cST

GARDNER WEBB @ WINTHROP Over 149 3U MAX

449

BOISE STATE @ SAN DIEGO STATE (#5) SD ST -5 Fh 2U

-9 3U MAX

3/6 324 CST

VMI @ SAMFORD FH over 72.5 3U MAX

551

HOUSTON (#21) @ CONNECTICUTHouston -2 3U

226 CST

BOISE STATE @ UNLV Over 143 3U MAX

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MONTREAL IMPACT VS DEPORTIVO SAPRISSA‬

‪FH over 1 risk 3U ‬
‪Game over 3 2U‬

631 cst

‪GEORGIA @ SOUTH CAROLINA ‬

‪2nd half over 83 2U‬

550 CST

SAMFORD @ WESTERN CAROLINA

FH over 76 3U

game over 161 2U

Central Florida at Connecticut FH under 63 1U

Chattanooga at VMI Over 144 3U MAX

255 HT UPDATE

LYON VS JUVENTUSOver 2 for game 5U MAX BOMB

150 CST

CHAMPS LEAGUE

REAL MADRID VS MANCHESTER CITY

FH over 1 5U MAX

Game over 2.5 5U MAX BOMB

550 CST

TEXAS TECH @ OKLAHOMA

FH under 64 3U

Game under 138 2U

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The Astros suffered a heartbreaking loss to the Yankees Thursday. Composite image by Brandon Strange.

After an impressive two-game sweep of the NL-best Mets at home earlier in the week, the Astros took to the road to begin a four-game series with the league-best Yankees on Thursday night. To little surprise, the series started with a bang (no, not a trash can bang) in more ways than one, confirming that this series should be a must-watch this weekend.

New York's comeback proves no lead will be safe

Right from the get-go, the loud Yankee Stadium faithful had their chance to rain boos down on Jose Altuve before showing some pleasure as he led off the series by being hit by a pitch. They were quickly, though only temporarily, quieted as Altuve would come in to score two batters later on a three-run blast by Alex Bregman.

Three-run homers seemed to be a theme, as New York would get one of their own to tie the game off the bat of Giancarlo Stanton to tie the game, then Yordan Alvarez continued his dominant June by pushing the Astros back in front by three with another three-run bomb in the third, making it 6-3. That lead held through to the bottom of the ninth, where instead of holding it, Ryan Pressly issued two walks to set up the fourth homer of the game to tie things again before Aaron Judge would get a walk-off single to complete the impressive comeback.

Not only will we get to sit back and watch the slug-fest between Yordan and Judge this weekend, but it looks like with Alex Bregman swinging well again to round out the top of Houston's order, the Astros may be getting closer to their full power. So far in June, these two teams sit third and fourth in on-base percentage, with the Astros at .351 and the Yankees right behind at .350. That means we should continue to see scoring opportunities on both sides that can tilt momentum one way or the other as these lineups try to battle against the opposing pitcher.

How will the aces fare

Verlander vs. Judge, and Cole vs. Alvarez, need I say more? Although we won't see Justin Verlander go up against Gerrit Cole in the same game in this series (they should go head to head next Thursday, however), they will pitch on back-to-back days, with Houston's ace going Friday night and New York's on Saturday afternoon. Verlander is coming off his worst start of the year, a three and two-thirds inning outing where the White Sox put up seven runs, four earned, against him and knocked him out early to give him his third loss and increased his ERA from 1.94 to 2.30.

The last time he faced the Yankees was in the Bronx in the 2019 playoffs, in ALCS Game 5, where he went seven frames while allowing four runs, all on two homers in the first inning, which is all New York needed to grab the 4-1 victory to make it a 3-2 Houston lead in the series, which the Astros would go on to clinch in Game 6. So, with the double dose of bad taste in his mouth, it will be interesting to see if he can use that as the fuel to get back to the phenomenal form he's had this year or if the Yankees try to jump on him early like they did nearly three years ago.

Cole, meanwhile, is fresh off of two quality starts in a row against the Rays, where he allowed just one run on six hits with nineteen strikeouts over 13.1 innings of work. He's had his share of strife this season, though, including a seven-run shelling by the Twins earlier this month, along with a start in April where he couldn't make it through two innings against the Tigers. He's had success against his former club, most notably a complete-game shutout in Houston last July with twelve K's and holding the Astros to just three hits.

If the series opener was any indication, we are in for the treat of a playoff-caliber matchup, if not a potential ALCS preview that we may see in October. The Yankees showed why they have the best record and are the hottest team in baseball on Thursday night, but the Astros were only a good outing from their closer away from having a relatively lopsided win. The rivalry is real; the competition is close, and we get to enjoy the show.

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