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The summer international tournaments are all but done with AFCON coming. That can only mean one thing, football is near. The European soccer leagues kick back off in August, so we will pick our spots in MLS and other leagues to get us to Europe.


During the NFL season, the content will be turned up a notch. Good Luck

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REAL SALT LAKE VS PHILADELPHIA UNION

Game over 2.5 5U

Over 3 3U

FH over 1 5U MAX

Real Salt lake ML 3U

TT over 1.5 3U

620 CST 

MONTREAL IMPACT VS TORONTO FC

Over 2.5 5U MAX

FH over 1 5U MAX

Impact TT over 1 juiced -200 risk 5U MAX

TT over 1.5 +125 2U

7/13  1210 CST

Ireland

COBH RAMBLERS VS ATHLONE TOWN AFC Over 2.5 3U

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USA TT over 1 5U

Game over 2 5U

BTTS 3U

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Brazil and under 3.5 5U MAX

First goal a header .5 +450

Brazil Corner kicks over 6.5 3U

Roberto Firmino scores goal 1U

Brazil TT over 3 5U MAX I'm hitting it twice

Brazil -1.5 5U MAX I'm hitting it twice

Luke Rockhold wins by TKO/KO 1U +236

MLS PHILADELPHIA UNION VS ORLANDO CITY Over 3 5U MAX

Egypt -1 5U

Brazil /Argentina

Over 2 5U

Brazil ML 5U

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Twins defeat Astros, 9-3. Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images.

Jose Miranda matched a major league record with hits in 12 straight plate appearances and Byron Buxton and Brooks Lee homered leading the Minnesota Twins to a 9-3 win over the Houston Astros on Saturday.

Miranda, playing third base, entered the game with the team-record of hits in 10 straight at-bats. The 26-year-old singled in his first two official at-bats Saturday and tied the MLB record set by the Chicago Cubs’ Johnny Kling (1902) and matched by Boston’s Pinky Higgins (1938) and Detroit’s Walt Dropo (1952). His streak ended in the sixth inning on a routine flyout to left field.

Willi Castro added three hits for Minnesota, which raced to a five-run lead in the first two innings and led 7-1 after three.

Jon Singleton hit a two-run homer for the Astros, who lost for just the third time in 16 games.

Joe Ryan (6-5) allowed three earned runs in 5 2/3 innings, earning the win after three straight no-decisions.

The Twins jumped all over Hunter Brown (6-6), who had been one of the hottest pitchers in the majors. Over his previous five starts, he allowed just one earned run and struck out 34 in 31 innings pitched.

Brown did manage to complete six innings for the ninth straight outing, but gave up seven runs on a season-high 12 hits.

Every Twins starter had at least one hit by the fourth inning. Castro singled in the first, doubled in the second and singled in the third.

Lee's two-run homer in the third inning was the first of his career. The Twins' No. 2 prospect was called up on Wednesday and has seven hits in his first four games.

Buxton hit a two-run shot in the seventh to give the Twins some breathing room after Houston had the tying run at the plate in the sixth inning.

TRAINER’S ROOM

Astros: 2B Jose Altuve (left wrist contusion) was out of the lineup a day after he was hit on the wrist by a pitch. X-rays were negative on Friday and he’s still considered day-to-day. … OF Yordon Alvarez was hit by a pitch on his right knee in the sixth inning. He remained in the game, but was removed for a pinch hitter in the eighth inning.

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The series wraps up on Sunday with RHP Spencer Arrighetti (4-7, 6.13 ERA) of the Astros facing RHP Simeon Woods Richardson (3-1, 3.52) of the Twins. Arrighetti lasted just four innings in his last start, giving up six earned runs while waking four against the Blue Jays on Tuesday. Woods Richardson has given up at least three earned runs in four of his last six starts.

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