The Multi Sport Daily Parlay 06/02

A multi-sport parlay from across the world for you to bet on today
Oddschecker
Sun, June 2, 12:02 PM

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 6:10pm ET.

 

Today we're going:

Pick One – Baseball (Major League Baseball):

Miami Marlins @ San Diego Padres – 6:10pm ET

It’s no secret that that marlins are having a poor season, and that’s only accentuated more when on the road. The Padres have been good at home recently despite their slip-up to Miami in the second game of their series, but we’re picking them to go 2-1 up following today’s game.

San Diego Padres Moneyline @-187

Pick Two – Baseball (Major League Baseball):

Boston Red Sox @ New York Yankees – 7:05pm ET

Boston have looked rocky, especially given their last 4 straight loses, their road fairly decent overall, but given the plus number on the Yankees and their far superior home record, it seems like a spot where you just have to take them here to clinch 3 in a row over Boston.

New York Yankees Moneyline @+105

Pick Three – Basketball (National Basketball Association):

Golden State Warriors @ Toronto Raptors – 8pm ET

Golden State +1.5 didn't work out too well in Game One but surely the Warriors won't be fall to a 2-0 series deficit. The Raptors did win last time out but let's not forget that the Warriors played well. They limited Kawhi to 23 points and their gameplan on him was widely successful.

Can you really see Pascal Siakam exploding for 32 points again? No, not me. The Raps were nailing great shit after great shot. That won't last and the Warriors will capitilise.

Golden State Warriors (+2) @ -110

Pick Four – Soccer (Major League Soccer):

LA Galaxy v New England Revolution – 10:30pm ET

A statue of David Beckham was erected at Dignity Health Sports Park earlier this year. The idea is that the LA Galaxy will unveil a number of legend statues over the coming years. Bruce Arena, the three-time MLS Cup winner with the Carson club, can probably count on his own tribute at some point, but there can be no room for sentimentalism this weekend as he returns to the Galaxy.

New England have failed to win in their last 11 away matches. However, Arena has managed to tighten things up at the back since taking over at Gillette Stadium, with the Revs drawing back-to-back games. More will be expected of his team going forward, although a win in Carson might be beyond them at this stage.

Under 2.5 Total Goals @ +170

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