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A Germany Win And Both Teams To Score Is The Best Bet For Friendly With Spain

Germany v Spain - 23rd March 2018, 19:45 - Esprit Arena, Dusseldorf

The two last World Cup winners compete in this international friendly at the Esprit Arena in Dusseldorf on Friday night. Both teams haven’t suffered a defeat since the Euros, almost two years ago; Spain in the 2-0 loss to Italy in the Last 16, and Germany to an Antoine Griezmann double for France.

Friday 23rd March - 7.45pm Odds Won/Lost Bet
Germany v Spain      
Tips Germany win and BTTS    Best Bet @ 4 / 1  

*** and Boylesports both back RBLeipzig’s star man Timo Werner to open the scoring, at 11/2. Werner started and bagged a goal in Germany’s last match. Werner’s A more appealing punt might be for Schalke’s Leon Goretza, who consistently performs well for the national side and has claimed three goals in four international games. He stands at 12/1 with ***.

For Spain, left-back Jordi Alba has scored first in the past two international games. Seeing the slim possibility of him completing this hat trick in Germany is a tempting 40/1 with Boylesports. Notably, these goals have also come within the first ten minutes and if for Spain to make this happen again is 17/2 with Coral. Real Madrid’s Isco presents a more realistic prospect to open the scoring at the Esprit and he stands at a best 10/1 with Boylesports.
Match Odds:

*Odds correct as of 22nd Mar, 07:50. Odds are subject to change.

Both teams drew against their last opponents, against France and Russia, respectively. If both teams are up for it and determined to bounce back with a win against an opponent they routinely challenge for the status of best team in the world, then the odds are there to take advantage. Selecting either team to be leading at half-time and the other to bounce back in the 90 are best 28/1 with *** and Hills. Perhaps more sensible is to see both teams to score and Germany take advantage of playing at home and pop up with the win at 4/1 (***).

Posted: Thursday, 22nd March 2018

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Back Super Sub Depay To Strike For Netherlands Against England

Netherlands v England - 19:45, 23rd March 2018 - Amsterdam Arena

Two national sides who have underwhelmed and underperformed meet in Amsterdam on Friday when Gareth Southgate’s England take on Ronald Koeman’s Netherlands.

Friday 23rd March - 7.45pm Odds Won/Lost Bet
Netherlands v England      
Tips Memphis Depay to score last     Best Bet @ 17 / 2  

Whilst England will use this an exercise for the upcoming World Cup, Netherlands look to gain some sort of redemption for their no-show this summer. The teams last met 2 years ago, in an international friendly in which the Oranges ran out 2-1 winners. England haven’t beaten the Netherlands since the final group game of the 1996 Euro Finals, a game in which both Alan Shearer and Teddy Sheringham grabbed a a brace. Holland are slight favourites for this fixture. William Hill place them at 6/4 to England’s 15/8 to be the winner of the game.
Match Odds:

*Odds correct as of 22nd Mar, 07:37. Odds are subject to change.

Bas Dost has been in excellent form for Sporting CP over the course of the Primeira Liga, and is on course to have a return of over 60 goals from his two seasons at the Portuguese club. For him to continue his goalscoring prowess for the Dutch national team is 5/1 as first scorer with both *** and Betfair. Memphis Depay has twice scored after coming off the bench for Olympique Lyonnais in Ligue 1, against PSG and Marseille no less, and, for those expecting him to turn up and do the same in the international, he can be found at 17/2 with Betfair to be the last goalscorer of the match. He has scored three in his last four appearances for the national side and for him to score anytime is 7/2 with Betfair and PaddyPower.

Leicester’s talisman Jamie Vardy should be preferred to Arsenal’s Danny Welbeck and is favourite for the Lions to score first at . If Southgate chooses to select Marcus Rashford in the position he has been excellent in playing for Manchester United recently, he is a good bet at 3/1 to score anytime. The result of the past two matches at Wembley against Germany and Brazil means that the same 0-0 is best at 8/1.

Preceding that, that have seen off Slovakia, Slovenia, and Lithuania in the World Cup Qualifiers by a single goal difference. To back them to win by one goal is 7/2. Many football fans will want to see Burnley duo James Tarkowski and Ben Mee line up in defence in front of club goalkeeper Nick Pope, after having the conceded the fifth fewest goals in the Premier League and subsequently nestling in between Arsenal and Leicester in seventh. For England to keep a clean sheet is 9/4.

Posted: Thursday, 22nd March 2018

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Scotland v Costa Rica Predictions & Betting Odds – 23rd March 2018

Scotland v Costa Rica Betting Preview – International Friendly 23rd March

After putting on a late charge in their World Cup 2018 qualification group, Scotland couldn’t quite get themselves across the finish line and into the play offs. It was a valiant effort in the end but they start afresh with new manager Alex McLeish now. Costa Rica will be heading to Russia 2018 after finishing second in the CONCACAF qualification zone.

Scotland v Costa Rica Betting Tips

Scotland failed to get a win in any of their last four friendly fixtures so could do with a boost. They fell to a 1-0 home loss against the Netherlands in their last game, a friendly back in November. They are W3 D1 L1 in their last five games played and as each of Scotland’s last three home games have finished with less than three goals in them, then under 2.5 goals at Ladbrokes for 8/15 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 10:09 p.m. on March 20th, 2018) would appear to be a good option. Following the departure of Gordon Strachan, Alex McLeish is now in the hot seat and charged with taking the Scots forward to the promised land of a place in the finals of a major tournament. Defeat would be a poor blow for him if the Scots lost this one. In the Ladbrokes correct score market, the 1-1 draw is the shortest-priced option at 5/1* (Betting Odds taken at 10:09 p.m. on March 20th, 2018).

Scotland and Costa Rica have met just once before and that was back at Italia ‘90 in the group stage of the World Cup. On that meeting, Costa Rica came away with a 1-0 victory.

Unlike Scotland, Costa Rica are going to the World Cup having finished behind Mexico in their qualification zone. In their qualification process, their two wins over the USA is part of the reason why the Americans won’t be heading to the Russia this summer. They did struggle a little bit down the final stretch of qualification, failing to win any of their last three in the group (D2 L1) and then they went out last November and lost back to back international friendly games against Spain and Hungary. They are not going to be a prolific scoring side really even though they are arguably a bit further down the path of quality than the Scots are, so both teams not to score at Ladbrokes isn’t a bad poke at 3/4 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 10:09 p.m. on March 20th, 2018).

Scotland v Costa Rica Betting Odds*

Scotland 23/20, Draw 19/10, Costa Rica 12/5* (Betting Odds taken at 10:09 p.m. on March 20th, 2018)

Scotland v Costa Rica Predictions

A narrow home win looks to be the most likely outcome in this one. Scotland will be starting again under a new manager, while Costa Rica really isn’t carrying much form forward into this one. It’s a good chance for home success.

Mr Fixit’s Top Tips: Beware of the friendlies

I ADVISED three tips on last night’s English games and they all won but unfortunately Fleetwood let me down.

Not Fleetwood Town but Tommy Fleetwood. Instead of Wigan, over 2.5 goals at Crawley and Hartlepool not to lose I went with a golf treble and it was beaten first by Fleetwood.

I should have listened to the expert Ace Venturer whose Bet of the Day was Kevin Chappell to beat Daniel Berger.

Ace has picked out another Bet of the Day from the Dell Tech Match Play so let’s hope he nails it again.

On the football front it’s the start of the friendlies and there aren’t many big games with China v Wales and Denmark v Panama the standouts.

Team news is vital when looking at friendlies so let’s see what develops.

Well done to all the winners last night including Shortee who returned with a bang.

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Turkey v Ireland Predictions & Betting Odds – 23rd March 2018

Turkey v Ireland Betting Preview – International Friendly 23rd March

Turkey’s World Cup campaign ended with them coming home fourth in Group I behind Ireland, Croatia and the Ukraine. The Turks just couldn’t haul themselves into the play off picture and while Ireland got further and reached the qualification play off round, they couldn’t make it to Russia either. It may equate to this being a bit of a low key international friendly.

Turkey v Ireland Betting Tips

Neither of these could manage to get themselves through to the World Cup 2018. Turkey had a really disappointing campaign in what appeared to be a relatively easy group for them to launch a challenge in, but they could only finish fourth. Ireland went further, reaching the qualification and they are a side pretty much well out of form at the moment. In their two friendly matches played back in November, they lost them both against Romania and Albania, conceding five goals in the process. That is at least two goals that they have conceded in each of their last four games now. Over their last six matches, Turkey are W1 D1 L4 and they failed to score in three of those four defeats. So there should be a decent chance for Ireland to get something out of this tussle you would imagine. Under 2.5 goals at *** is at 1/2 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 07:22 p.m. on March 20th, 2018).

The last time that Ireland and Turkey met in a friendly encounter was back in 2014 when they met at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin. Turkey collected a 2-1 win on the occasion and from the five previous friendly matches, things are actually even at one win each and three draws.

Ireland, who took a tense away win at Wales in their final round of group stage matches in World Cup qualifications to get through to the play off round, but they were stopped at that stage though as they were ripped apart by Denmark. So that leaves the Irish empty-handed for the summer as well. As a positive though the Boys in Green are carrying a little more form than their Turkish counterparts are. Ireland are W2 D2 L2 in their last six games. Their last home game was their play off second leg against Denmark in which they just capitulated. The Irish are not a particularly high scoring side and both teams NOT to score at bet356 for this one is a decent option at 4/7 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 07:22 p.m. on March 20th, 2018). This will be Ireland’s only game during the current international break.

Turkey v Ireland Betting Odds*

Turkey 19/20, Draw 11/5, Ireland 16/5* (Betting Odds taken at 07:22 p.m. on March 20th, 2018)

Turkey v Ireland Predictions

This is probably going to be a bit of a non-event. It’s a friendly which has no meaning for either looking ahead really, and it will probably peter out into a low scoring affair. The draw looks the best option on the night.

Northern Ireland v South Korea Predictions & Betting Odds – 24th March 2018

Northern Ireland v South Korea Betting Preview – 24th March

Northern Ireland strung together a fantastic World Cup 2018 qualifying campaign, but in the end, they just fell short of reaching the Finals, having been eliminated by Switzerland. But with Michael O’Neill still in charge, can the Irish drive forward to the next challenge? South Korea booked their spot at Russia 2018 with automatic qualification from their AFC group.

Northern Ireland v South Korea Betting Tips

Northern Ireland so very nearly made it to the World Cup. After putting together a fantastic group stage campaign in which they finished second behind Germany, they went up against Switzerland in the qualification play offs and lost 1-0 on aggregate. You know what you’re going to get from Northern Ireland, defensive discipline and a great work rate. Even if they have a look at different faces in this one those core principles are not going to change. Under 1.5 goals at *** is at 6/4 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 4:29 p.m. on March 21st, 2018). Northern Ireland are on a four-match winless streak now and they have failed to score in their last three so haven’t been in great form. They don’t pack a lot of goals, but as they are at home, in the correct score market a Northern Ireland 1-0 option is at 11/2 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 4:29 p.m. on March 21st, 2018). Even though Northern Ireland have lost their last two home games, their last three victories at home have all been with a clean sheet.

Northern Ireland and South Korea have never met before so new ground will be broken here. South Korea got through to Russia 2018 after taking second place behind Iran in their AFC qualification group. They finished a hefty seven points back of the group winners actually. The Koreans produced only the eleven goals in their ten qualification games and again that is just another indicator that this will likely be a low scoring duel. It is always hard to gauge teams like South Korea who don’t go up against quality opposition very often, but they are unbeaten in their last eight games for the current form. That actually includes a couple of victories over European nations in Moldova and Latvia this year. They played a friendly against Colombia last November as well and won that while holding Serbia to a draw. However, those were all home games. Their last away friendly they lost against Russia.

Northern Ireland v South Korea Betting Odds*

Northern Ireland 7/4, South Korea 7/4, Draw 2/1* (Betting Odds taken at 4:29 p.m. on March 21st, 2018)

Northern Ireland v South Korea Predictions

Northern Ireland can dig themselves out a win in this one. It’s hard to judge exactly where South Korea are at, but the Irish are strong, organised and pick off the visitors in a low scoring game.

2018 Australian Grand Prix Winner Odds & Predictions – 25th March

The new F1 season gets underway on the weekend with the Australian Grand Prix. There is a little bit of extra spice happening this season on the F1 season and that is because there is a race between Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel to become the first to five World Championship titles. Hamilton is the reigning champion after coming on strongly in the second half of last season. While the 2017 F1 season was largely a scrap between Mercedes and Ferrari, Red Bull are expected to further in the mix this year.

2017 Australian Grand Prix

It was Hamilton who went off from Pole last season in Melbourne after dominating the qualifiers. However, he could only come home second to Sebastian Vettel’s Ferrari, the constructor winning at the track for the first time since 2007. The race was looking manageable for Hamilton until he came out of a pit stop and found himself stuck behind the Red Bull of Max Verstappen which hindered him, allowing Vettel to pull away out front. Hamilton finished nine second back of the German, while Hamilton’s teammate Bottas took third.

Australian Grand Prix Odds*

Lewis Hamilton even money, Sebastian Vettel 10/3, Max Verstappen 6/1, Valtteri Bottas 7/1, Daniel Ricciardo 15/2, Kimi Raikkonen 28/1, 66/1 bar* (betting odds taken on March 21st, 2018 at 9:37 p.m.)

2018 Australian Grand Prix preview

So it is straight out of the box and the Australian Grand Prix is always that little bit more exciting because punters have no idea of the form of the drivers or how the new cars are going to be holding up. Of all the races across the F1 season this one is the most unpredictable from a betting perspective. The testing that has been done over the winter, notably in Barcelona, really doesn’t count for much. Only 20% of overall fastest laps from the testing in Spain in the last decade have been set by the eventual winners of that seasons’ constructors championship. Different set ups and combinations of fuel and tyres in those tests don’t translate very well onto the opening race from a betting perspective.

Australian Grand Prix Pole Position Odds*

Lewis Hamilton 4/6, Sebastian Vettel 7/2, Valtteri Bottas 4/1, Max Verstappen 11/1, Daniel Ricciardo 14/1, Kimi Raikkonen 20/1, 100/1 bar* (betting odds taken on March 21st, 2018 at 10:44 p.m.)

Hamilton is the master at pole positions (he has 72 career poles compared to 50 for Vettel) and the British driver has been at the front of the starting grid six times in Australia, including him being out in front last season in Melbourne. He has only won twice in Australia though, but has been on the podium in each of the last three editions. Just his uncanny ability to pull out a special lap to get to the front of the grid makes him the obvious choice.

As regards to getting the race win on the board at the Australian Grand Prix 2018? The general trend over the last two seasons though with the British driver is that he comes on stronger in the second half of season and he may be worth opposing this weekend at least in this unpredictable opener. But Vettel also has two wins at the Australian Grand Prix while he has been on the podium in each of the last three season. He has been up there in six of his last seven outings at the event.

It’s just a toss up between the pair of them but Mercedes has won four of the last five editions of the fixture if that helps. But what about the Red Bull pair? Verstappen in particular would probably be the one to make a run at a podium finish. He settled down well at the back end of last season for a good sequence of results and he was fifth in Australia last year. The Red Bull car is expected to be far more competitive alongside Ferrari and Mercedes this season and out of the chasing pack you would expect it to be him carrying the best shot of challenging at the front. Verstappen is a pretty solid even money odds option at **** (betting odds taken on March 21st, 2018 at 9:37 p.m.) for a top three finish.

It should be between him and his own team mate Daniel Ricciardi to get up there, while Lewis Hamilton’s Mercedes team mate Valtteri Bottas is a bit of an enigma really. He drove a solid first race for Mercedes in Australia last year, and had glimpses where he looked as if he was going to push on and find extra speed during the season, but basically never did. Not to the level of Hamilton though who has that extra spark of aggression and control over most drivers. Mercedes have put a lot of stock in Bottas and he needs a good season to reaffirm that trust.

2018 Australian Grand Prix Prediction

There is no form, no guide really to help narrow down what may happen in Australia. That’s why it is a thrilling ride most of the time. If there is a time of the season to jump on someone other than Hamilton and Vettel it will be in this one and Verstappen at 6/1 odds* (betting odds taken on March 21st, 2018 at 9:37 p.m.) to pull it out. He is the one who could sneak through and cause the biggest upset of all because he is the one that will push more than anyone from the chasing pack. Backing him for a top three finish is great odds. As for the outright winner, have a punt on Vettel to make an early impression again.

Rugby League – Back the Airlie Birds to bounce back in style

RUGBY LEAGUE fanatic Andrew Day (@AndyDay81) earmarks his standout Super League selection from Friday night’s fixtures.

Hull FC v Catalan Dragons | Friday 23rd March 2018, 19:45

Last season’s Challenge Cup winners Hull find themselves in a bit of a rut after a poor start to the season. Despite an opening day win over the Huddersfield Giants they have won just once since – a 21–12 victory over Warrington – and recorded four defeats in the process.

Last weekend’s surprise 24-8 defeat to Salford Red Devils was followed by further turmoil this week with the shock departure of leading prop forward Liam Watts to rivals Castleford and manager Lee Radford will hope the visit of the league’s bottom club will help improve the club’s fortunes.

Catalans are similarly struggling– with only a gutsy 18–16 win against Hull KR to their name. The visitors have lost their other five fixtures with the Warrington Wolves the last team to take two points with a demoralising 26-0 triumph.

The Dragons have conceded an average of 23.6 points per-game this season and when compared to their average score – just 10 points per-game – it is hard to see where their next victory will come from.

They will take heart however, from the fact they did the double over Hull in the league last season, including a 16–14 win on their last trip to the KCOM Stadium.

The betting angle

The stats don’t lie: Catalans concede plenty of points and score very few.

Despite a poor start to the season – and a similar points per-game conceded record – Hull have a healthy average points scored per-game of 18.5.

This fact alone is why I fancy Hull to eat up the -12.5 handicap given by 188Bet and win this encounter at a canter.

Best Bets

Hull FC v Catalan Dragons – Hull FC -12.5 handicap (10/11 188Bet)

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France v Colombia Predictions & Betting Odds – 23rd March 2018

France v Colombia Betting Preview – International Friendly 23rd March

Strong contenders to get in the title hunt at the 2018 World Cup, France, will be put to the test on Friday night against Colombia. This is a great test for Les Bleus against touch South American opposition ahead of the tournament. Colombia will also be heading to Russia in the summer and this is a good experience for them too.

France v Colombia Betting Tips

France are one of the main contenders in World Cup 2018 outright betting and given the quality and depth that they have in their squad, they should be totally respected by anyone who comes into their path. Since a loss out in Sweden in the World Cup qualifiers, they are unbeaten in their last seven games. In their last game, they went up against Germany in a friendly last November and collected a 2-2 draw in the match. During the 2017 calendar year, France were unbeaten on home soil, winning five of six matches, the exception being a surprise draw against Luxembourg. In the William Hill correct score market for this friendly, the shortest-priced option is a France 1-0 at 11/2 odds. Following this, which will be a good test against South American opposition, France will make the trip to St Petersburg to face Russia on March 27th.

France and Colombia have met before, back in a friendly in 2008 (in France). Les Bleus won that game 1-0. That is just one of three previous meetings that the two nations have faced of in before and the French have won all three of them by a one-goal margin which is a nice trend to have a look at for this one.

Colombia had a bit of a nailbiting finish to their World Cup qualifiers in the CONMEBOL zone. They started strong but just faded away the closer the finish line came into sight. That will raise concerns about their lack of ability to handle pressure. Going into the final round of matches they had to avoid default against Peru to ensure an automatic qualification spot and they did with a 1-1 draw, keeping Peru behind them. Through the qualification process, Colombia posted a W7 D6 L5 record, scoring only the 21 goals along the way though. So they were not prolific performers in front of goal, and they were running on a five-match winless streak (D3 L2) before posting a friendly win over China last November. So just because this is a friendly and Colombia haven’t been totally convincing under 2.5 goals at William Hill is a decent option at 10/11 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 08:36 p.m. on March 20th, 2018).

France v Colombia Betting Odds*

France 1/2, Draw 3/1, Colombia 6/1* (Betting Odds taken at 08:36 p.m. on March 20th, 2018)

France v Colombia Predictions

France have so much strength in depth that their changes later on in the game could well make an impact in this one. Back the home side to get the victory on the board in what should be absorbing contest.

Scunthorpe v Rochdale Betting Tips & Odds – 24/03/18

Scunthorpe v Rochdale Betting Tips & Odds

In our Scunthorpe v Rochdale betting preview we look at what could possibly be the best bets between the two sides.


Draw specialists Scunthorpe welcome league strugglers Rochdale to Glanford Park this weekend searching for their first win since the start of February. After a fantastic opening half to their campaign, the Iron have now completely slipped by the wayside, dropping out of automatic promotion contention and into the uncertain play-off spots. Rochdale sit second from bottom as things stand and are in real danger of dropping into League Two at the end of the season should results not improve. They head into this encounter without a win in their last three so it’s going to be really interesting to see how this one pans out.

Rochdale travel to Glanford Park looking to build on their previous two away wins.

Hosts without a win in seven

Scunthorpe go into this match on the back of a 2-1 defeat at home to Shrewsbury last Saturday, and that loss rounds off a run of seven games without a win in League One. Graham Alexander’s men are currently experiencing their worst run of form this season and simply have to improve if they’re to remain in contention for the play-off’s when May rears its head. The Iron have drawn four of their previous seven games against Peterborough, Northampton, Bristol Rovers and Wigan, whilst also losing at home to basement-dwellers Oldham, Rotherham and most recently Shrewsbury. These results are not good enough if Scunny are to gain entry back into the Championship for the first time since the 2010/11 campaign, so a result here at home to a struggling Rochdale outfit is absolutely vital in their quest to start turning things around.

Scunthorpe have been particularly poor on home soil since the turn of the year. In fact, they’ve only managed one win at Glanford Park throughout 2018 so far, a pretty shocking statistic considering this is the same club that had lost just two league games at home all season prior to Christmas. Will they turn things around against Keith Hill’s relegation-threatened Rochdale here? You can get them best priced at 5/4 with Betway if you think this weekend will be the turning point for the hosts.

Scunthorpe are without a win in seven.

Dale in danger

The visitors head into this match-up low on confidence following a 2-0 defeat at home to fellow strugglers Fleetwood last weekend. Two second-half goals from former Scunthorpe man Paddy Madden and Jordy Hiwula-Mayifulia clinched all 3 points for the Codmen on an extremely bleak day in Manchester. That result leaves Rochdale 6 points from safety, but they do have 3 games in hand over 21st place Northampton so could quite easily escape the drop with some positive results. The plus point for the visitors has been their form on the road in recent weeks. The Dale have won their last two games away from home against play-off hopefuls Rotherham and Walsall, so will feel quietly confident of their chances in this one despite the colossal gap between these two in the league table.

Finding the net has been the main issue Keith Hill’s men have faced this term. The Manchester outfit have only managed 34 goals since the curtain was raised back in early-August, only bottom side Bury have scored fewer (31) so its clear to see that’s what needs addressing heading into the final 11 games of the campaign. The last time these two sides met was back in August, where goals from Steve Davies (Rochdale) and Duane Holmes (Scunthorpe) ensured the points were shared in a 1-1 draw. We can see the outcome of this game being the same as well, the hosts have struggled to see games out in recent weeks and the visitors have been promising away from home, so this game to end level seems like a realistic suggestion. The draw is priced at odds of 9/4 with Skybet.

Keith Hill’s men are in danger of going down should results not improve.

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DraftKings NBA Picks – March 21st

Welcome back everyone. Alex here, and I am back with my DraftKings NBA picks for March 21st, 2018. Wednesday night, we get a solid slate with six games to target. Be sure to follow all of the injury news tonight, all the way up until the 7:00PM EST lock, to see if any new injury news comes up. As always if any of these picks help you win or if you need any advice, let me know on Twitter. @Hunta512.

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Top Pick:

SF/PF: LeBron James: (11,700) Yet again, James dominated on Monday night, posting his second consecutive triple double in the win over The Bucks. (79 DK points) This was his third triple double in his last four starts and was the fourth straight game he topped 70 DK points. PF Kevion Love returned, but this didn’t effect James’ rates at all. Love will play again tonight, in another limited role, but The Cavs will be without center Larry Nance Jr. (hamstring), SF Kyle Korver (personal), and probably SG Rodney Hood (back) and center Tristan Thompson (ankle), who are both listed as questionable. Even if Hood and Thompson suit up, James will still carry on a huge workload in this big game vs The East’s top seeded team, The Raptors. They are one of the better defensive teams this season (4th in efficiency), but we are talking about a red hot LeBron James right now, who will be at home, where he is averaging 3.8 more DK PPG this season.

Plus, as I talked about on Monday, The Cavs Head Coach Ty Lue has stepped away from the team for health reasons and with him not controlling these rotations right now, James will essentially be able to control his own playing time. He has logged over 40 minutes in three straight games now and with this game having a small spread of only 1.5 points, James should see roughly minutes again tonight. Furthermore, this game has the highest O/U game total of Wednesday night at 226 points. In the 11 other home games he has played in this season that have had an O/U game total of 220 points with a single digit spread, he is averaging 64.36 DK PPG. He currently has a Vegas prop score of 58.25 fantasy points and I think we see another 60+ DK game from LBJ. He is a tough player to fade right now and with a decent amount of cheap value plays out there, I think making LeBron a building block in your lineups is a wise move once again.

Value Picks:

PF/C: Cristiano Felicio: (3,800) In the last two games, The Bulls have given Felicio an extended look, with him starting and playing 29.7 MPG. As expected, he has been a much more productive fantasy player in these games, averaging 26.5 DK PPG. Starting PF Lauri Markkanen (questionable, back) should miss another game and veteran Robin Lopez will most likely be inactive again or play a very small role. Felicio has scored 0.88 DK PPM in these last two and with a projection of 30 minutes again, Felicio should easily exceed five times value vs this Nuggets defense that is the 6th worst rated defense over their last three games. (1.78 opponent +/-)

His ceiling is somewhat capped because he is a limited offensive player, but 20-25 DK points is a fair expectation and is a great return for him at this price. He is a very nice punt play tonight and is a flexible option with his PF and C eligibility.

C: Deandre Jordan: (7,600) Last night, Jordan played very in the loss to The Wolves, tallying a double double of 18 points and 12 rebounds, to go along with three assists, a steal, and a block in 32 minutes of action. (42.5 DK points) Tonight, he is a perfect spot to have another big night vs The Bucks, who have allowed the 4th most DK points to centers this season. As a whole, this defense has really taken a few steps back recently, ranking as the 4th worst defense in their last three games. They currently rate as one of the best matchups for any player in action tonight, at a very high 5.62 opponent +/-.

The Clippers are still in the playoff hunt for the final seed in The West and barring foul trouble, Jordan should log 35+ minutes in this contest that has a spread of only five points and the second highest O/U game total of the night at 223 points. He is currently the second best value on DraftKings via his Vegas props, with an implied score of 39.25 fantasy points, which would be a nice 5.2 value return at his salary. His price actually dropped $200 since last night and I think Jordan is a strong target for all formats on Wednesday  night.

PG/SG: Jrue Holiday: (7,900) I understand I wrote him up and he didn’t end up playing last night, due to an “illness”, but I think this was just them resting him with last night’s game being their first contest of three straight games. He should be just fine and ready to go tonight at home vs The Pacers.  No, this matchup isn’t a strong one (0.52 opponent +/-) and he didn’t do well in his last game (18.25 DK points vs BOS on Sunday), but coming off three days of rest, Holiday should get right back to the heavy minutes and usage he was seeing before his rare slow game vs The Celtics.

In the prior four games, he averaged 48.6 DK PPG, 38.36 MPG, while seeing a 27.5% usage rate. Every game matters for this Pelicans team right now and if The Pelicans decide to rest some other players with this being a brutal three straight game stretch, Holiday’s role would grow even further tonight. He has shown us he can handle tough matchups recently, scoring 55 DK points vs The Spurs just this last Thursday and I am expecting him to have a 40+ DK point game tonight vs The Pacers even though this matchup could be better.

Also Consider: Cameron Payne (Kris Dunn and Zach LaVine are both out tonight. Payne has been starting Dunn’s place the last two games and averaged 27.75 DK PPG and 30.2 MPG. His rates should rise to another level with Dunn out and he is a nice target in this matchup vs The Nuggets who are a current opponent +/- of 3.64 points), Andrew Harrison (Evans has already been ruled out for tonight. Harrison will start and in his first game back on Monday, he scored 34.75 DK points in 31 minutes. He is now averaging 28.3 DK PPG in the 12 total games without Evans and Mike Conley), Jeremy Lamb (Batum will be out again. He scored 31.5 DK points as the starter for Batum on Monday and is averaging 28.9 DK PPG in the 15 total games Batum has missed this season), Kyle O’Quinn (28 DK PPG in his last four and is in a nice spot vs The Heat who will be without their starting center Hassan Whiteside again. They currently are a 3.13 opponent +/-), Kevin Love (even though his minutes were limited to around 25 in his first game back, he didn’t look hurt in anyway, scoring 37.75 DK points. He is still in play if the minutes stay the same, that would become a really strong play at this price if they let him get higher towards 30), Ian Clark (as I said above, Holiday should play, but if Rondo was rested, Clark would play close to 30 minutes, bringing him into value conversation. He scored 25.75 DK points in 30.4 minutes last night with Holiday sitting), E’Twaun Moore (better if The Pelicans rest players), Rajon Rondo (just missed a triple double last night, putting up 57.25 DK points vs The Mavs. No revenge factor in this game vs The Pacers, but they need every win and this is a nice price for him at $5,700. He would also see a bump if a player like Anthony Davis was rested), Nikola Mirotic (if Davis is rested. He sees a big 7.4% usage increase with both AD and Cousins off the floor this year, resulting in a 43.5 DK point per 36 minute average), Cheick Diallo (27 DK PPG and 24 MPG in last two, and he would see a big bump and be viable in all formats if AD was rested),Kelly Olynyk (Whiteside is still out and this is a great spot for him vs The Knicks who are a 3.17 opponent +/-. He is better suited for GPPs, with his shaky floor and high ceiling, as we saw in his last game with a 60 DK point outing in the win over The Nuggets on Monday night), Bobby Portis (minutes can be tough to predict right now, but for sure his usage wuill be high tonight with LaVine, Dunn, and Marrkanen all out. He scores 41.21 DK points per 36 minutes with these three, Mirotic, and Lopez off the court) and Denzel Valentine. (sucked last game, but rates should be high without Dunn, Markkanen, and now LaVine. He sees the biggest usage bump on the team in this situation, at a 5.3% increase and is scoring 35.95 DK points per 36 minutes)

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DraftKings NHL Picks – March 21st

Last night’s lineup was not a productive one. Our three-man Oilers stack produced three assists, but that’s a fairly disappointing number considering they scored seven goals. Our Penguins stack produced a pair of assists as well, but Craig Anderson was lit up the Senators crease which took us right out of any chance of cashing in GPPs. Let’s turn up the heat on tonight’s four-game slate.

C – Evgeni Malkin (PIT) – $7,700 vs. MON

Somehow the Penguins couldn’t generate hardly any offense in last night’s 4-1 loss to the lowly Islanders, but they certainly should be able to get something going tonight. The Montreal Canadiens enter tonight’s contest in Pittsburgh sporting the league’s worst road defense at 3.56 goals against per game while the Penguins owns the league’s third best home offense at 3.60 goals per game. Malkin has 40 goals and 89 points on the season and has been held pointless in just three of his last 16 games, including last night.

C – Christian Dvorak (ARI) – $4,300 vs. BUF

The Coyotes’ second line should see low ownership tonight in Buffalo but there is certainly upside to be had here. Arizona sports a poor road offense that ranks 30th in the NHL, which will keep their ownership in check, but they actually have the league’s fifth best road power play at a nice 22% clip. Dvorak centers the second line as well as the second power play unit, spots that have helped him notch 15 goals and 35 points for the season. He’s scored four of those goals over the last eight games and has three points over his last four so he’s a nice look at lower ownership tonight.

W – Patric Hornqvist (PIT) – $7,000 vs. MON

DraftKings is going to make you pay up big-time for the Penguins tonight but I have no problem doing so considering Hornqvist’s floor and high ceiling. The gritty winger has scored 22 goals this season, 12 on the Penguins’ top-ranked power play, while taking 214 shots on goal in just 61 games. He’s averaging more than five shots per game over his last 11 while he should be able to do some power play damage against the Habs and their league-worst road penalty kill.

W – Max Domi (ARI) – $3,700 vs. BUF

Considering their opponent I am finding the prices on the Coyotes’ second line and second power play unit extremely attractive tonight. Domi is coming off a huge game against the Flames that saw him score a pair of goals while adding an assist to go along with three shots on goal. The three-point effort gave him five points over his last four games and he’s now up to 35 points in 72 contests. He is still shooting way under his career shooting percentage, so a scoring binge isn’t out the question down the stretch for the skilled winger.

W – Brandon Perlini (ARI) – $3,500 vs. BUF

We have completed a three-man 5v5 stack as well as a second unit power play stack here with Perlini. He’s quietly has a real nice campaign for the Yotes considering he’s scored 16 goals on one of the league’s worst offenses. He hasn’t scored in more than a month, which is something that should keep his ownership to tiny levels tonight. However, considering his opponent and spot on the second line and second power play unit, there is lots of value to be had here.

D – Kris Letang (PIT) – $5,900 vs. MON

Letang is the top blueliner on the slate in my opinion considering he quarterbacks the top power play unit in the NHL and is up against the NHL’s worst road penalty kill tonight. Letang notched four shots on goal in last night’s loss which gave him an even 200 shots for the season to go along with his 44 points in 70 games. He sees a ton of ice time on the Pens’ blueline and is at his best at home, so Letang is an easy call to complete a three-man Penguins stack.

D – Torey Krug (BOS) – $5,500 vs. STL

The Blues are not a poor defense in the least, but the Bruins continue to score so rostering their top defenseman seems like a reasonable idea on a four-game slate. Krug has had a quality year, notching 13 goals and 39 helpers to go along with 173 shots across 67 contests. He’s notched four assists over his last two games and has blasted 15 shots on goal over his last three. He is the first part of a mini-stack tonight in St. Louis.

G – Casey DeSmith (PIT) – $8,000 vs. MON

The Montreal Canadiens don’t just sport the league’s worst road defense, but they also sport the league’s worst road offense with just 2.17 goals per game away from the Bell Centre. DeSmith has seen his ups and downs, but brings an overall solid 2.59 GAA and .914 Sv% into play tonight. Furthermore, he sports a 1.95 GAA and a .929 Sv% in four home starts and five home appearances. He should get the goal support required for the win while a shutout is always a possibility against the Habs.

UTIL – Ryan Donato (BOS) – $4,100 vs. STL

Here is the second half of the Bruins mini-stack tonight in St. Louis. Donato had a monster NHL debut Monday against the Blue Jackets, scoring one goal, adding two assists and taking six shots on goal. He will skate on the Bruins’ second line tonight and their top power play unit as well thank to some injuries up front. That top power play unit is the sixth best in the league and that is where Donato and Krug could do their damage this evening.

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Alan Thomson’s Tips: In-form Williams worth following

TRAINER Evan Williams has got his team in red-hot form following much of the winter featuring on the cold-list and saddles three fancied runners today.

CHOOSEYOURWEAPON (3.25) has to give away weight in the 3m novices’ hurdle but his class should see him through. He has twice scored at Chepstow over shorter trips and his fourth to useful Mr Whipped at Warwick came at a time when the stable was very quiet.

UNDER THE WOODS (2.20) moves into handicap company on a fair mark and his third to odds-on Ballymoy at Uttoxeter was a promising effort.

TORNADO IN MILAN (4.10) has been sent to Ludlow for a valuable Class 2 handicap and the 12-year-old belied his advanced age when coming clear of Overtown Express at Chepstow. A 5lb rise is fair.

Recommended bets

  • Chepstow 3.25 – Chooseyourweapon (5-4, ***)
  • Chepstow 2.20 – Under The Woods (3-1, ***)
  • Ludlow 4.10 – Tornado In Milan (2-1, Paddy Power)

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FanDuel NHL Picks – March 21st

Last night’s lineup didn’t produce as hoped. The Penguins were inexplicably held in check by the league’s worst defense, while Marc-Andre Fleury played just one period, although he did notch a win despite that. It also didn’t help that our three-man Oilers stack produced a combined for just one assist despite Edmonton putting up seven goals on the Hurricanes. Even when you’re right, you can be wrong in this gig. Dylan Larkin had a massive night with 2 goals, an assist and eight shots on goal, but he was pretty much the lone bright spot in the lineup. Let’s get things going on tonight’s light four-game slate.

C – Evgeni Malkin (PIT) – $9,200 vs. MON

Malkin was held pointless for just the third time in his last 16 games in last night’s loss, so I am looking for a big rebound effort from the Russian tonight against the Canadiens on home ice. The Penguins are the league’s third highest scoring team at home with 3.60 goals per game while the Canadiens are the league’s worst road defense at 3.56 goals against per game. Malkin is a high floor play tonight thanks to his 40 goals and 89 points on the season while he has also chipped in 34 power play points, with the latter two stats checking in at fourth and his 40 goals ranking third league-wide.

C – Derek Stepan (ARI) – $6,200 vs. BUF

Arizona and Buffalo is a matchup of two of the weakest defenses in the league, so we will get some exposure to both sides of this matchup beginning with Stepan. He’s having a quality season despite the Coyotes’ weak offense as he’s notched 35 assists while throwing 190 pucks on goal as well. He is having a tough season in terms of puck luck as he’s scored just 12 goals on those 190 shots, good for a 6.3% shooting percentage that is well under his 10.1% career mark. Let’s look for that number to trend towards his career norm tonight.

W – Patric Hornqvist (PIT) – $6,500 vs. MON

Hornqvist, like his linemate Malkin, is a high-floor play as well tonight against the Habs. He’s scored 22 goals for the season, 12 of which have come on the power play. His floor is increased by his 214 shots on goal while he’s averaging well over five shots per game over his last 11 contests. Hornqvist has socred five goals over his last eight games and figures to be in for some more power play production tonight considering the Penguins own the league’s fourth best home power play while the Canadiens sport the league’s worst road penalty kill.

W – Clayton Keller (ARI) – $5,900 vs. BUF

Keller was the leading candidate for the Calder Trophy for rookie of the year early in the season, but despite falling out of the race, he is still having a fantastic year, especially consider the team he plays on. Keller has reached 20 goals for the season while adding 33 assists for 53 points across 72 games played. The youngster has also taken 178 shots on goal while six of those 20 goals have come on the Coyotes’ man advantage that interestingly ranks fifth on the road at a real nice 22% clip.

W – Richard Panik (ARI) – $3,900 vs. BUF

We have completed our three-man Coyotes stack which should see fairly low ownership tonight in Buffalo. Panik has the lowest floor of the trio thanks to just nine goals on 122 shots this season, but he has a goal and an assist over his last two games. He forms a three-man 5v5 and PP1 stack with Stepan and Keller tonight as this group should be able to get some looks against the Sabres and their 27th-ranked home defense tonight.

W – Kyle Okposo (BUF) – $5,500 vs. ARI

Our Sabres exposure begins here with Okposo who will flank Jack Eichel at 5v5 while also seeing second unit power play minutes as well. His season has been injury-shortened as tonight will mark his second game back from a concussion suffered on March 8th in Ottawa. He’s scored 11 goals and added 27 assists on the season, but considering the Coyotes rank 26th in terms of road defense, I like Okposo’s upside tonight skating alongside one of the top players on the slate in Eichel.

D – Kris Letang (PIT) – $6,400 vs. MON

Check off another three-man stack in this lineup with the addition of Letang. He was one of the best Penguins on the ice last night, albeit he was held without a point. He did produce four shots on goal to reach 200 for the season while throwing in his 99th block as well in his 70th game of the campaign. His real value comes as the power play quarterback on a lethal Pens’ man advantage where he’s scored three of his six goals for the season while he enters play with 44 points in those 70 contests.

D – Brendan Guhle (BUF) – $3,500 vs. ARI

We have a mini-stack going with Guhle and Okposo tonight. The duo will skate together on the Sabres’ second power play unit which is a nice spot to be at low ownership. Guhle doesn’t have a great NHL resume so far with just one point in nine games, but he does have 17 shots in that span as well. The 20-year-old notched eight goals and 24 points in 47 AHL games prior to his call up, so look for Guhle to get a nice look tonight as the Sabres’ brass will want to see what he can do heading into next season.

G – Casey DeSmith (PIT) – $7,700 vs. MON

Not only are the Canadiens the worst road defense, but their road offense is also dead last at a measly 2.17 goals per game. Therefore, DeSmith makes for a fine play at a very attractive price. He’s been a little bit hit-and-miss in his NHL action this season, but he brings a solid 2.59 GAA and a .914 Sv% into play tonight across nine starts and 14 appearances. That said, he owns a sparkling 1.95 GAA and a .929 Sv% across four home starts and five appearances. Considering the goal support he should get tonight, this looks like an awesome matchup for the 26-year-old tonight.

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Pacers vs Pelicans – NBA Pick for March 21st

Indiana Pacers (41-30) at New Orleans Pelicans (41-30)

The betting line information used for this article was taken from sportsbetting.ag at 7:00 AM PST on 3-21-18. Some odds may have changed.

We won again last night! We are on a hot streak that just won’t quit. This is now twelve winners in our last fourteen NBA bets. Last night we backed the Portland Trail Blazers at home against the Houston Rockets getting five points.

I expected a very tightly contested back and forth game that would come down to the final few possessions and that is exactly what happened. Neither team ever got out to a double-digit lead at any point, and this game went right down to the wire. In the end, the Rockets found a way to get the job done and win the game, 115-111, but we got the cover for Portland.

It really shouldn’t have even been that big of a gap as Chris Paul got fouled with one second left on the clock and knocked down both free throws to stretch the win out to four points. The Rockets are really good. I think they are the NBA’s best team. But when you see a spot where a team as hot as the Blazers were, they had won thirteen straight games heading into this one, getting that many points on their home court, you just can’t pass it up.

Today I will look at two teams both jockeying for playoff position as the Indiana Pacers play at the New Orleans Pelicans.

The Indiana Pacers will travel to New Orleans Wednesday night to make up a canceled game from February 7th. Both teams aren’t overly happy with when the game got scheduled as the Pacers were supposed to be enjoying a nice little break in the schedule. Indiana was supposed to have a very rare four-night break at home. Instead they must travel to New Orleans to play a playoff-bound Pelicans team.

For the Pelicans, they are forced to play on three consecutive nights to accommodate this game. They played and won last night against the Dallas Mavericks and will play again tomorrow night against the Los Angeles Lakers. The Pacers are -1-point road favorites tonight. The game total over-under is set at 219.5 points. Tipoff is scheduled for 5:00 PM PST from the Smoothie King Center in the Big Easy.

These teams are very evenly matched. Both are playing much better in the second half of the year than they did in the first half. And both are fairly secure in their playoff positioning but would love to move up one or two more seeds. Neither one of these teams really wants to be playing tonight. In a game so tightly contested where do we look to find the value?

You need look no further than Pelican’s superstar Anthony Davis. When the Pelicans lost center DeMarcus Cousins, many people thought it was the end to a once-promising season for the Pelicans. It turns out it was the best thing that could happen to them. I get it, Boogie puts up really good stat lines, but he has never won anything in the NBA, and he is a cancer to every roster he has ever been on. Losing Cousins opened up the door for more Anthony Davis and “The Brow” has responded.

In March, Davis has gone for 28 points, 12 boards, 2 assists, and 4 blocks a game. He appears to be the only legit challenger to James Harden for the league MVP award this year. Hopefully, this surge in play will convince the Pelicans they don’t need two big men in the Big Easy and they will trade off Cousins in the off-season. Davis has shown he can carry this team on his back and that is what they will need for him to do tonight to win on their home floor.

Back to back games in the NBA are always tough spots. But I am a little surprised to see the Pelicans as home underdogs tonight against a Pacers team that is mediocre on the road. Maybe it is because the Pelicans have to play again tomorrow night and people think that they might be conserving energy to make sure they have a shot to win again tomorrow night?

I don’t think that is really the case though. You saw that last night as the Pelicans said they were going to limit Davis’ minutes to keep him fresh. And then the game was tight late and guess what? Davis played a lot down the stretch, and the Pelicans won the game.

New Orleans can’t afford to lose this game tonight, and if Davis needs to play the entire fourth quarter to ensure a victory, I am certain that is what is going to happen. Lucky for the Pelicans, Davis is young and full of energy, and I don’t see the workload slowing him down.

If this were a normal back to back and not a three straight stretch I would guess New Orleans would be -2 or -3-point home favorites. But I don’t see the Pelicans looking ahead to tomorrow night and expect them to go all out and try to win tonight, so I feel that they are showing a lot of value as a home dog.

The Pacers are a .500 team on the road this season, and I am not ready to start backing them as road favorites against Western Conference playoff teams just yet. I expect some tired legs late for the Pelicans, but in the end, they get the job done and protect their home floor.

Give me the New Orleans Pelicans +1-point tonight!

The Bet: New Orleans Pelicans +1 point

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