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Right now he has his focus on the World Cup, which kicks off on Thursday, June He has remained selective and steady in the WNBA for six straight winning months.
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Call or email service docsports. Offer expires at 6 p. We posted another winner in this space last week and our free newsletter picks have been consistent winners. Let's get another one here. The Cubs and the Mets have been two pretty erratic, underachieving teams to this point in the season.
And after a stretch of solid hitting, I think that the Cubs offense is going to stall out in New York this weekend. The 'under' is in Chicago's last eight road games, and the 'under' is on the road against a team with a winning record. I am also looking for a bounce-back effort from Tyler Chatwood, who has been much better on the road than in Wrigley this year.
He has just a 2. And after two straight starts failing to make it out of the third inning, he is due for something positive. I think the same can be said for Zack Wheeler. Wheeler is not any good at all. But he's shown some signs of life and has been on kind of an every-other-outing run.
Well, he wasn't very good his last time out, so he should be better here. Wheeler's ERA is just 1. The 'under' is in New York's last 10 games overall, and they are still without several of their better bats because of injury.
I can see both starters rebounding with solid efforts here and I think that this one will tuck 'under'. Take 'Under' Cleveland at Minnesota 8 p. I posted an easy free play winner with the Mets-Brewers going 'under' last Friday.
I am looking for another free play winner on the 'under' here. Minnesota is going with Jose Berrios. He has been excellent in his last three starts, giving up just five runs in 23 innings 1.
Berrios has 27 strikeouts in those games and is going to keep it going against the Indians. The last time that Berrios faced Cleveland he shut them out over seven innings in a game. The Twins have gone 'under' in seven of their last eight games overall and they have only averaged 3. The Indians have one of the best pitching staffs in baseball. Both have beaten tough competition to get here.
They're both big cruiserweights who might one day move up to try their hand at heavyweight. The winner of this fight will have a massive gem on his resume. Who can get the job done? Loot breaks down this affair, while offering his betting selection. One of the sport's legends returns on July 14, as Manny Pacquiao takes on Lucas Matthysse in Malaysia in a welterweight title bout.
The clock is winding down on the year old Pacman, who still looks to quench his thirst for glory and money. In the other corner is a noted puncher in Matthysse, a fighter who has scored 36 knockouts in 39 wins. Will Pacquiao be able to still rely on his speed and movement to avoid the hammers of the Argentine? Or will Matthysse cap off what has been a long road to this spot with a huge upset win?
Loot breaks down the action here, along with his betting prediction. Undefeated welterweights take center stage in Las Vegas on April 14, with Jeff Horn defending his WBO belt against a former two-division champ in his first fight at pounds in Terence Crawford. The Crawford is considered one of the top fighters in the sport and is a large favorite as he goes for a title in his third weight class. Horn holds a win over Pacquiao, though some still question his talent and merit at this position.
Will Crawford use Horn as a stepping-stone to bigger things at welterweight? Or will Horn again show that he's more of a handful than people think? Loot offers his take and betting pick here! The bout takes place at the Bell Centre in Stevenson's adopted hometown where he usually sells out. A ferocious puncher, Stevenson is getting up there in age and has been inactive, making this fight against Jack a tough one to call.
After all, while Stevenson has been fighting sporadically and in easy defenses, Jack has been taking on tough opposition. Loot offers his wagering pick in this article. This is another test for "Hi-Tech" as he continues to rise up the pound-for-pound ladder. But with Linares being a talented and experienced three-division champion, this could be a tough fight for the Ukrainian two-time gold medal Olympic champion.
Loot breaks down this matchup here, followed by his betting pick. This is for the World Cruiserweight Title, as the winner of this fight will have cleaned out the division. Both men have been well-vetted, having overcome numerous challenges in the surging cruiserweight weight class.
The winner might be forced to move up to heavyweight, with this fight being for all the marbles. Loot breaks down this high-stakes battle, along with his betting pick.
In their first fight last year, Bellew was triumphant with a TKO win. Haye, injured in the fight, looks to set the record straight in this anticipated rematch. Bellew was in his first heavyweight fight, beating a hard-hitting opponent in Haye in his debut as a big man.
Could he have done it without Haye getting injured? With nearly a year passing since their last fight, we should anticipate a healthier Haye, which could make this tougher on Bellew. Who can get the upper hand on May 5 in London.
Loot offers his wagering advice in this article. Welterweights take center stage in Brooklyn on April 21, with Adrien Broner taking on Jessie Vargas in a pound catchweight bout.
Both men are knocking on the door of some big things, making this a must-win for each fighter. Broner is coming off a tough loss to Mikey Garcia and really needs this one. Vargas, meanwhile, is coming off some inactivity and looks to reignite a career that was picking up some steam a few years ago.
The odds are close and it's a tough one to pick. Loot offers his analysis and makes his betting selection in this article. Frampton is looking for a rubber match with Leo Santa Cruz and other big fights, but standing in his way in the erstwhile Donaire. It's been a while since Donaire rose to the top of the sport. Can the old lion who used to carry bricks in his fists once again make an impact?
Or will the Belfast atmosphere and Frampton be too much to overcome? Loot offers his fight breakdown and betting pick in this article! In a heavyweight championship unification match on March 31, unbeaten titleholders Anthony Joshua and Joseph Parker will do battle in Wales. Joshua is , with all wins by KO. He is favored to win and is accustomed to fighting in this gigantic stadium, with his last fight having been here.
Parker, however, is a champion in his own right, an unbeaten year old looking to score the win of his life. Will Joshua continue his steamrolling ways? Or can the talented and possibly overlooked Parker spring the surprise? Loot breaks down this matchup here in this article. As the co-feature on the Joshua-Parker extravaganza on March 31, a pair of notable heavyweights will do battle, with former champion Alexander Povetkin taking on England's David Price.
With this bout being on this particular card, the winner could be in line for a big fight. Povetkin is 38, with one career loss. He looks to get back into the thick of things in a revamped heavyweight division. Price, meanwhile, is looking to fulfill the promise he once showed, following a erratic run in the pro ranks. Loot breaks down this fight here, offering his betting selection. The winner of this fight sets himself up for a big fight against one of the champions.
Whyte already took on champion Anthony Joshua, nearly scoring the KO. Six wins have followed since then and the talented big man is ready to make a big move. Standing in his way is the unbeaten Browne, an aging, but skilled and unbeaten Aussie looking to get in the thick of things.
In this write-up, Loot breaks down this heavyweight showdown and offers his betting pick. These two are both unbeaten and should make for a memorable heavyweight clash. Wilder has won all but one of his fights by KO and his power makes him a unique fighter who could one day be the undisputed king.
Ortiz is getting up there in years and some failed PED tests have put his credibility into question, but he's still a vastly-skilled fighter who represents Wilder's toughest opponent to date.
Who comes out ahead in this battle? Loot breaks down the fight in this article, along with his betting selection. Groves has rebounded nicely and is currently on a nice run of wins. A triumph over Eubank, Jr. Can Groves fight the kind of disciplined fight where he makes the most of his abundant skills? Or will the fresher Eubank, Jr. Loot offers his fight analysis here, along with his betting pick.
On February 3 in Russia, the revived cruiserweight division features a unification title bout, with unbeaten champions Murat Gassiev and Yunier Dorticos battling it out in the WBSS tournament semifinal.
Both fighters were devastating in their last fights, as these big cruisers are really on a roll heading into this fight.
Gassiev is regarded as the more-skillful fighter perhaps, but with 21 KO wins in his record, Dorticos is as dangerous as they come.
The winner of this fight positions himself for huge upcoming fights, making this a very high-stakes battle. In this article, Loot breaks down the fight, offering his betting selection. Spence is coming off a title-winning triumph in May, when he stopped champion Kell Brook for the belt. Standing in his way before he can establish pound supremacy is the year old Peterson, a proven commodity who has shown he can thrive even at the highest levels.
Some might recall how much trouble he gave then-unbeaten Danny Garcia in this very venue a few years back. Can Spence continue his upward climb to the top of the division and the sport? Or will Peterson's veteran know-how give Spence more trouble than some are thinking? Loot breaks down this championship matchup in this article, while offering his betting pick.
Both men are former two-time gold medal Olympic champions. Rigondeaux is unbeaten, but 37 years aold and now moving up two divisions to face Lomachenko, who has dazzled with his recent performances. Can Rigondeaux put forth a vintage performance? Or will Lomachenko show that size and youth will prevail? Loot offers his breakdown of this high-level encounter, along with his betting pick.
The heavyweight division is heating up and two young players will do battle on September 23, as Joseph Parker defends his WBO heavyweight title against unbeaten Brit Hughie Fury. With Parker 25 and Fury just 22, this is the young wave and the winner of this bout will be in a great spot to book some huge fights. This particular matchup is a fascinating mix of styles and the closeness of the odds illustrate what a well-matched bout this is.