Nobody loves a good parlay like us at Oddschecker. Every day we'll give you our picks for the day, four expert picks to smash together and bet as a parlay.
The first leg starts at 7pm ET.
Today we're going:
Pick One – Soccer (Major League Soccer):
New York Red Bulls vs. Real Salt Lake – 7pm ET
The New York Red Bulls have recovered from a difficult start to the 2019 Major League Soccer season, winning five of their last seven league matches. However, their one defeat over that run came at home, with the Vancouver Whitecaps also holding the Red Bulls to a draw in their last game played in front of their own supporters.
Real Salt Lake’s three-game winning streak came to an end away to Minnesota during the week. The Utah side are still riding a wave at the moment, with over 2.5 goals scored in their last seven league matches. They have also scored at least two goals in two of their last four outings.
Over 2.5 Total Goals @ -153
Pick Two – Hockey (National Hockey League):
Boston Bruins @ St. Louis Blues - 8pm ET
Our betting rationale is mixed some. The dilemma is what to expect considering the Boston top line has done so little in the first two games. However, Boston has a weird knack of surprising bettors when they appear down and out in a series.
Also, Boston’s balance must return from the Carolina series and quickly. It was there in Game 1 and Boston won. This vanished in Game 2 and they lost. The problem with St. Louis is can they be leaned on to win two in a row?
BOS Bruins Moneyline @+105
Pick Three – Boxing:
Anthony Joshua vs. Andy Ruiz Jr. – 9pm ET
The length of the fight is worth some speculation, with Ruiz’s hand speed likely to give Joshua something to think about in the early rounds. However, once Joshua lands a few straight shots clean and puts Ruiz back on his heels, it should not go on too long. Back a stoppage in the early to middle rounds: 4-6 at +225.
Anthony Joshua to win in rounds 4-6 @ +225
Pick Four – Soccer (Major League Soccer):
Portland Timbers vs. Los Angeles FC – 10:30pm ET
There’s no place like home. After the redevelopment of their Providence Park stadium, the Portland Timbers at long last will play their first home game of the season this weekend. Providence Park has long been a stronghold for the Timbers. Going back to last season, they have kept a clean sheet in five of their last seven matches. They are also undefeated in their last seven games played in front of their own supporters.
Los Angeles FC, however, arrive in the Pacific Northwest as the form team in the Western Conference. Bob Bradley’s side are unbeaten in their last seven league outings, also scoring 10 times in their last four matches. LAFC stand a good chance of spoiling the Portland Timbers’ welcome home party this Saturday.
Los Angeles FC to Win (3-way Moneyline) @ +125