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Agora é mata-mata! Brasil quer evitar a zebra colombiana e avançar no futebol masculino

Antes de a bola rolar nos Jogos Olímpicos do Rio 2016, quatro seleções do futebol masculino eram apontadas como favoritas nas casas de aposta: Brasil, Argentina, Alemanha e México, respectivamente. Dessas equipes, apenas brasileiros e alemães avançaram à fase de quartas de final - e com mais emoção do que o normal. Os argentinos e os mexicanos são os dois últimos campeões olímpicos e sequer disputarão o mata-mata. Prova que os azarões estão passeando em solo brasileiro!

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Chelsea's Adjustment Period Could Leave Them Exposed

West Ham takes on Chelsea in Monday’s lone match in what could be one of the higher scoring games in Week 1. The Hammers finished three spots ahead of the big London club last season but will be quite the underdog at Stamford Bridge this week.


Brasil vs Colombia Previa de Apuestas, Pronostico Río 2016

Estamos llegando al punto final del torneo masculino de fútbol en los Juegos Olímpicos de Río. Después de un comienzo tumultuoso de los anfitriones, Brasil selló un lugar en los cuartos de final con una contundente goleada ante Dinamarca. Sin embargo, ahora las cosas sólo se van a poner más difícil para la Seleção y se enfrentará a un duro equipo colombiano en cuartos. Para este juego, la casa de apuestas Bovada tiene a Brasil como favoritos -210, con Colombia pagando +475 en apuestas de 1X2. El empate se paga a +310.  


UNDER Cashing At A Ridiculous Rate For Orioles

Despite possessing the ninth-ranked offense in baseball, the Baltimore Orioles have been one of the best UNDER bets in recent memory. The O’s have gone under in 24 of their past 29 games with an average combined score of 6.8 runs per game in that span. Baltimore kicks off a weekend series with the San Francisco Giants Friday.

  • J.J. Hardy is hitting .333 with 17 RBIs in his past 31 games.
  • The Giants are 6-18 against the runline in their past 24 games.
  • The UNDER is 12-1 in the Giants’ last 13 games against a team with a winning record.

Dylan Bundy has been a revelation for the Orioles since joining the rotation, as the right-hander has a 3.00 ERA with 33 strikeouts and six walks in fives starts. Bundy has been especially good the first time through the opponent’s lineup, as he has held batters to a .159 batting average in that spot.

The Giants send red-hot Matt Cain to the bump for the series opener. Cain has not allowed a single run in his last two starts – both of which came against a solid Washington Nationals’ offense.

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Rangers Have Made Easy Work of The Tigers

The Texas Rangers look to continue their domination of the Detroit Tigers when the two teams kick off a three-game weekend set on Friday. The Rangers have won the past five meetings with the Tigers while averaging 7.2 runs per game in that span.

  • Cameron Maybin will not be in the lineup after being placed on the 15-day Wednesday.
  • The Rangers are 10-2 SU in their past 12 games at home coming off a home loss.
  • The OVER is 21-8 in the Tigers’ past 29 games that Anibal Sanchez started.

Yu Darvish is coming off the best start to his injury-riddled season, as the righty went 7.0 innings of no-run ball Sunday. A game against the Tigers should help bring Darvish along, as he his 5-0 with a 3.60 ERA in five career starts against the club.

Anibal Sanchez gets the nod for the Tigers, as the veteran attempts to continue his red-hot play in August. Sanchez has a 1.29 ERA with a 0.929 WHIP in his past two starts – which includes a spectacular 10-strikeout performance against the New York Mets.

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Two Erratic Lefties Could be Roughed up at Fenway

The Diamondbacks head into Fenway tonight to open a series with the Red Sox fresh off their sweep of the New York Mets at Citi Field. Boston has dropped six of its last ten games and is coming off two straight losses to the Yankees in New York.  

The total has gone UNDER in 11 of the D-backs' last 12 games after consecutive runline wins.
The Red Sox are 12-5 in their last 17 games against the National League.
The Diamondbacks are 8-20 on the runline in their last 28 games.

The pitching matchup tonight will feature two lefty hurlers who have been massive disappointments to their respective teams. David Price has shown glimpses of the high-priced ace he was paid to be this year but owns a 4.38 ERA through 24 starts and has been roughed up in two straight starts.

Patrick Corbin has not earned a win since June 21 and the D-backs have dropped six-straight matches in games he has pitched. Although he pitches worse at home, he still owns a bloated 4.00 ERA on the road.

This one is tough to call with such erratic pitchers on the mound and I will most likely be avoiding any action on this game.

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Jays Have Owned Astros at Rogers Centre

Toronto kicks off a series with the Houston Astros tonight just a week removed from their four-game set at Minute Maid Park where the Jays took all but one game. The Jays currently lead the AL East and will look to create some separation with the Orioles as they take on a Houston team that has struggled at the Rogers Centre.


The Astros are 1-6 in their last 7 games on the road against the Blue Jays.
The Blue Jays are 21-9 in their last 30 games in August.
The Astros are 1-5 ATS in their last 6 games against teams with winning records.

The young Joe Musgrove has been stellar through his first two career starts and has given up only one run in 11.1 combined innings. When he faced them in his first ever start, Musgrove struck out eight Jays and limited Toronto to one hit through 4.1 innings. The rookie was only allowed to throw 66 pitches and the bullpen ended up costing him the win.

Francisco Liriano gets the rock for the Blue Jays tonight as the six-man rotation is now making its second turn. The former Pirate was pretty good in his first start for the Jays, limiting the Royals to just two earned runs in six innings.

​The Jays attributed their high strikeout rate in Houston to the bright lights at Minute Maid Park. Expect Toronto to make a little more contact with the rookie tonight.

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Cubs Run Win Streak to 10, Arrieta Should Make it 11

The Cubs snuck away with another one in extra-innings last night to earn their 10th straight win and will send their ace Jake Arrieta to the bump to face Adam Wainwright and the St. Louis Cardinals in game two of their four-game set.

The Cardinals are 1-11 on the runline in their last 12 games against the National League.
The Cubs are 21-9 in their last 30 games with Jake Arrieta as the starting pitcher.
The total has gone UNDER in 15 of the Cubs' last 19 games at home.

Arrieta had started to look human again until his eight-inning no-run outing vs the Athletics in his last start. He now owns a 2.59 ERA and a 13-5 record on the season to go along with a 1.71 ERA at Wrigley Field. In two starts against the Cardinals this year, Arrieta is 1-1 with a 4.50 ERA.

It’s been night and day for Wainwright at home and on the road this year as he has given up all 10 home runs he’s allowed away from the comfort of Busch Stadium. The veteran righty has also seen his numbers fall off a cliff this season as he owns a 4.34 ERA and 1.32 WHIP through 23 starts compared to a career 3.10 ERA and 1.17 WHIP.

Arrieta is near the top of the league in pitcher run support http://www.oddsshark.com/stats/pitcherrunsupport/baseball/mlb and Wainwright has a significant chance of getting blown up tonight – this is a good opportunity to hop on the Cubs runline.

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Stanford Has Many Holes To Fill On Offense

Stanford had an absolutely phenomenal year last season, but a lot of things are going to need to go right for the Cardinal to replicate that success. Luckily, Stanford plays in the relatively weak Pac-12 and has the most versatile running back in the nation on their team. 

2016 National Championship Odds

Stanford opened at +2500 to win the national championship this upcoming season, which is the 10th-best odds. If the Cardinal were to manage to become the last team standing it would be the first time the team won the national championship since 1926.


Arsenal Looks to Gun Down Reds in Season Opener

The Reds head into London Sunday to take on Arsenal in their first match of the Premier League season and will have to overcome a five-game unbeaten streak against the North Londoners to get their season started off with three points.



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