The Multi Sport Daily Parlay 06/06
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):
There is no mistaking how poor Cincinnati have been away in their inaugural MLS season, having picked up a dismal four points from their nine road games. New York City on the other hand have remained unbeaten at home, although they’ve only secured one win, with a disappointing four draws. With NYCFC’s low rate of scoring and conceding, this game could be much tighter than the 3-way line suggests, meaning that there is a tasty amount of value on the draw in this spot.
Draw (3-Way Moneyline) @+360
Pick Two – Hockey (National Hockey League):
If there is a game that St. Louis bucks the trends of this series, it would be this one. The Blues have shown a resiliency few teams can. Although Boston is just as capable, St. Louis enjoys a slightly better pace of play when they exerts their physicality. With their current price, St. Louis is definitely worth taking a shot on here.
STL Blues MoneyLine @+135
Pick Three – Baseball (Major League Baseball):
This is an interesting game because we have seen two contrasting games in this series so far. The first saw 23 runs scored and the second just three. This game appears to be a pitching mismatch, with Ariel Jurado having yet to allow more than two earned runs in a single outing. On the other side David Hess a 7.36 ERA and has allowed 24 earned runs in his last four outings. The Rangers have won 11 of the last 16 against the Orioles at home, averaging 6.3 runs per game in those games. I like them to get up big against the Orioles in this one and hold off one of the worst teams in the majors.
TEX Rangers -1.5 @ +114
Pick Four – Baseball (Major League Baseball):
This is a contest between two pitchers who have generally been really good this season. Both have had their wobbles but both have ERAs under 4. Joey Lucchesi is on a solid run, having allowed three or less earned runs in all of his last five outings. Patrick Corbin has had the odd tough outing this season, but seemingly always bounces back to produce the goods. He was hit hard last time out so I’m expecting a big performance this time out.
Under 4.5 Runs First 5 Innings @ -150