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Arsenal is Among Week Odds Favorites

Arsenal is in form and in second place in the Premier League table while Chelsea got off to a slow start but has been climbing up the standings in the last few matches. They both will be tested by teams in the top 10 in the league table, while the biggest match in England is the Manchester derby between first place City and third place United.


NFL Week 7 OddsShark Computer Picks

There have been few teams in the NFL sparking debate quite like the Carolina Panthers. Some say they are one of the most overrated teams in football, while another group maintain they are being overlooked. One thing is for certain, the OddsShark Super Computer projects the Panthers to remain undefeated after Week 7 with a 25.8-18.2 win over the Philadelphia Eagles.


Florida State is Undefeated vs Syracuse

Florida State has only faced Syracuse on four occasions, two of which were the past two seasons, but the Seminoles have never lost to the Orange. Those four games have seen FSU outscore Syracuse 152-50. 

Things were really looking up for Syracuse to start the season; the team went 3-0 while outscoring opponents 107-44. Since then, the Orange have lost four straight and have allowed 30 or more points in three of those losses. 

Florida State thought they had gotten past another close call when, with six seconds left, they lined up for the game winning field goal last week. Things did not go so well, as the kick was blocked and returned for a game-winning touchdown by Georgia Tech. That marked FSU’s first loss outside a BCS postseason game since November 14, 2012.

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SN: NFL Week 7 Betting Trends Analysis

Super Bowl 50 is set for February 7 at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California. There are concerns.

The concerns are about the grass field at Levi's Stadium, which is home to San Francisco. Not only is the footing slow, but also slippery. Fans have complained, too, about the excessive heat during day games there.


Mets Aim for Sweep of Cubs in Game 4

The Chicago Cubs will be looking for the nearest DeLorean to go back in time if they can’t pull out a victory over the New York Mets at Wrigley Field Wednesday in the National League Championship Series. Chicago finds itself in a 3-0 hole in the wake of a 5-2 loss on Tuesday.

Shark Bites
  • The OVER is 6-1 in Jason Hammel's last seven starts.
  • The Mets are 1-7 in the last seven meetings with the Cubs at Wrigley Field.
  • Kris Bryant is 5-for-31 with one homer and 10 strikeouts in the postseason.

Chicago has only mustered up five runs in the series’ first three games, as the Mets have effectively silenced the Cubs’ big bats. Led by Daniel Murphy, who’s slugged a home run in each contest of the series and five straight stretching back to the NLDS, the Mets have been on cruise control in the late stages of the postseason and have showed no signs of slowing down.

Steven Matz and Jason Hammel are slated to get the ball for the Mets and Cubs, respectfully in Game 4.

The bad news for the Cubbies is it’s only happened once in history – the unforgettable 2004 ALCS between the Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees. Bettors of the Cubs will hope they can begin to turn things around tonight without feeling like they’ll want to go back in time themselves.

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KC Looks to Clinch World Series Berth

After an absolute drubbing of the Blue Jays in Game 4, the Royals are on the brink of playing in their second World Series in as many years. Game 4 saw a relentless Royals team drop an amazing 14 runs on the Jays, highlighted by chasing starter R.A. Dickey out of the game after just 1.2 innings. 

Game 5 features a rematch of Game 1 starters Edinson Volquez and Marco Estrada. Volquez got the better of the Jays in Game 1 in Kansas City, allowing no runs and just two hits over six innings, while Estrada had a forgettable performance, allowing three runs in 5.1 innings.

Although teams who gain a 3-1 lead in a seven game series advance 84.5 per cent of the time, Blue Jays fans don’t have to look too far back to 2012, when the San Francisco Giants came back from a 3-1 deficit in the NLCS and later went on to win the World Series.

Going way back to 1985, it was the Blue Jays who had a 3-1 ALCS lead vs the Royals, only to see the Royals come back to win the series and go on to win the World Series. 
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MTL Looks to Stay Undefeated in BUF

Montreal Canadiens Hockey

The NHL’s lone undefeated team takes the ice tonight when the Montreal Canadiens bring their show on the road to take on the Buffalo Sabers at the First Niagara Center. Through seven games this season Montreal is second in the league in goals scored, and have allowed the least amount of goals, seven, which is best in the league by a wide margin.

Montreal is being lead is goaltender Carey Price whose .966 save percentage leads all goalies with at least four starts in net. It’s also been a well-rounded effort up front for the Habs who currently have five players with five or more points.

The Sabres (2-4 SU) didn’t exactly enter the season with high expectations, but they were likely hoping for better output on the score sheet, as the teams currently ranks 27th in the league in goals scored. 

Montreal has gotten the better of Buffalo in their previous nine meeting, going 6-3. 

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Red Wings Have Great Run vs Oilers

The Detroit Red Wings will look to get back into the win column Wednesday when they start a three-game Western road trip against the Edmonton Oilers. The Red Wings have been more than happy to face off against the Oilers as Detroit has won the past eight meetings between the two teams with a combined score of 28-10.

Goalie Petr Mrazek will get the start for the Red Wings Wednesday coming off a loss to the Montreal Canadiens in which he stopped 37 of 40 shots against. The Czech netminder has taken the crease twice this season with the Wings defense letting him down and giving up a combined 87 shots on net.

The Oilers are coming into Wednesday hot, winning their past two games with phenom Connor McDavid notching two goals and one assist. Edmonton scored first in four of their six games this season, including both of their past two wins. 

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Rivals Clash - Pats vs Jets Week 7 Odds

It’s no surprise to see the New England Patriots at the top of the AFC East, but the New York Jets have raised many eyebrows en route to a 4-1 record through the quarter mark of the 2015 NFL campaign. The Jets will be looking to play the role of David against the Goliath of the NFL, the Pats, in Week 7.

Thanks to the top defense in the NFL, the Jets have been a lights out play at the betting window this season (4-1 ATS). Sunday’s 34-20 victory over the Washington Redskins kept the good times rolling in New York under veteran signal caller Ryan Fitzpatrick.

New England continued its dominance of Indianapolis last weekend and has shown no signs of a Super Bowl hangover this season.  If any team is going to put the Jets’ D to the test it’s the Pats, as the squad has averaged 36.6 points per game this season.

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College Football Week 8 Betting Trends

The California Golden Bears are 5-3 straight up and 7-1 against the spread in their last eight games on the road. The Bears will try to add another road win to their resume this season when they visit the UCLA Bruins this Thursday night.

California is a 3.5-point road underdog at the Rose Bowl on Thursday at BetOnline. UCLA has failed to cover the spread in each of its last eight games played in the month of October.



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