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A multi-sport parlay from across the world for you to bet on today

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):

Toronto FC vs. Sporting Kansas City – 7pm ET

These are two teams desperate for a win. Toronto FC have allowed their form to slip recently, with Greg Vanney’s side without a win in their league six MLS matches. Sporting KC’s form hasn’t been much better, claiming just one win over the same timeframe - six games. This could be a case of two struggling teams cancelling each other out.

Sporting KC are undefeated in their last nine matches against Toronto FC. But historical runs don’t always mean much. More telling is that Peter Vermes’ team have failed to win any of their last eight games. TFC have conceded at least twice in five of their last six home matches, with over 2.5 total goals scored in 15 of their last 16 home games.

Draw (3-Way Moneyline) @ +270

Pick Two – Baseball (Major League Baseball):

Colorado Rockies @ Ney York Mets – 7:10pm ET

This just looks like a massive mismatch on paper. Jacob deGrom has generally been lights out this season, especially in his last three home starts, where he has allowed just two earned runs in 20 innings, with 22 strikeouts. Additionally, the Rockies rank among the worst in the league for strikeout rate, wOBA and wRC+ when playing on the road. Meanwhile Antonio Senzatela has essentially been a random number generator this season. Since April 21st his ERA has ballooned from 1.35 up to 6.21 before moving back down to 5.33. This pick does rely on a Mets team, who rank just 26th in scoring since the beginning of May, using their bats correctly. However, so far in June they have scored five or more runs in four of their six games, including 14 in the last two home games.

NY Mets -1.5 @ +112

Pick Three – Basketball (National Basketball Association):

Toronto Raptors @ Golden State Warriors- 9pm ET

Golden State got thrashed on Wednesday evening following an outstanding Toronto performance that saw all their starters record double figure point totals. For this evening’s game Durant has been ruled out, although Klay Thompson is expected to return to the fold. With Curry firing on all cylinders and Thompson returning, it seems like the perfect bounce-back spot for the Warriors to level the series. They’ve gone 113-104 ATS, and with public money coming in on the Raptors, this looks to be a great spot to jump on the sleeping giants of Golden State to level the series.

1u - Golden State Warriors -4.5 @ -110

Pick Four – Baseball (Major League Baseball):

Los Angeles Dodgers @ San Francisco Giants – 10:15pm ET

Clayton Kershaw may not be the Clayton Kershaw of old, but he should be good enough to ensure that the Dodgers come out healthy winners against Drew Pomeranz and the Giants. Pomeranz this season has an 8.08 ERA and has allowed 25 earned runs in his last five outings. He has been better at home this season, allowing just 12 earned in his last four starts, but Kershaw and the Dodgers should be too good for him. Additionally, while the Dodgers do not have a great road record ATS, the Giants are covering just 32% of spreads at home this season, and just 45% as underdogs. I never like laying more than 120 or so but this line feels too good to pass up, especially as part of a parlay.

LA Dodgers -1.5 @ -128

Get on the parlay early now. $50 will return a tasty $1,333!

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