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    3 Unit Play. Take UNDER 2.5 -130
    Montreal at Chicago
    (5:00p.m., Saturday, April 16)
    (Graded after regulation time – 90min – plus injury time)
    A little shocked that this total between Montreal at Chicago wasn’t posted a solid 2 because the Chicago Fire have cashed 4-straight UNDER games. Chicago last weekend drew a 0-0 game on the road against NYFC and the Fire last 2 home games they haven’t given up a goal. NYFC last 3 games only given up 1 goal and Saturday night I see limited goals being scored between these two clubs.

    3 Unit Play. Take Real Salt Lake +100
    over Vancouver
    (10:00p.m., Saturday, April 16)
    (Graded after regulation time – 90min – plus injury time – if game ends in a DRAW we have a LOSER)
    The Vancouver Whitecaps have won the last 4 meetings between Real Salt Lake including all three meetings last season but that streak stops Saturday night in Utah. Real Salt Lake hasn’t beaten the Whitecaps since 2013 but this RSL team has won 2-straight home games and haven’t lost yet this year (W3 L0 D2) and revenge will be given Saturday night. If RSL can get one in the net early and take an early lead then I see revenge taken and RSL stays with 0 losses in their 2016 MLS.


    6 Unit Play. Take Leicester City -110
    over West Ham
    (8:30a.m., Sunday, April 17)
    (Graded after regulation time – 90min – plus injury time)
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    7-Unit Play. Manchester City/Chelsea – ‘Under’ 2.5 (-110)
    (12:30 p.m., Saturday, April 16)
    Two of England’s top clubs clash in West London today, and we fade both respectively and stick with the ‘under’ as our top play for the weekend around Europe. Two big factors playing up for us here, the first being City advancing to the Semi-Finals of the Champions League earlier in the week, and coming off that high its understandable for them to have a natural letdown, especially away from home. City can’t win the league, so a draw would do them jut fine to march along and stay within easy reach of another Champions League birth for next season. The second being on Chelsea, as they have nothing to play for. This has been a completely disappointing season for the Blues, and at this point you have to wonder how much motivation the side is playing with this late in the campaign. We look for a 1-1 draw to be the result at the Bridge this afternoon. City have scored just 17 goals in their 15 away league matches while Chelsea have only won five of their 16 home matches, drawing in seven of them. As has been the case when two of the league’s biggest clubs get together, very often we see a passive match with neither wanting to risk losing, and the prospect of a draw is much more appealing than dropping all three points. Play the ‘under’ here as both underwhelm and settle for a stalemate.


    Manchester City, Chelsea clash on Saturday
    By Ethan Back

    “Barclays Premier League”
    Week 34
    Kick-off: Saturday, 12:30 p.m. ET

    Line: Chelsea +150, Manchester City +175, Tie +237, Total: 2.5

    Chelsea welcomes Manchester City to Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

    Chelsea’s season started dismally, but the Blues now have a chance to finish firmly in the top half of the table. Thibaut Courtois will feature in net, with Branislav Ivanovic, Gary Cahill, Cesar Azpilicueta, and New Jersey native Matt Miazga likely to start in defense. John Obi Mikel and Cesc Fabregas provide solidity and creativity, respectively, in center midfield, and Willian, Pedro, and Ruben Loftus-Cheek should play in front of that duo. Alexandre Pato has started up front in recent games, but Diego Costa should be back in the lineup for this match. Manchester City needs to win to maintain a cushion in fourth place in the Barclays Premier League table, and goalkeeper Joe Hart will be called upon to keep the Chelsea attack at bay. Pablo Zabaleta, Nicolas Otamendi Eliaquim Mangala, and Gale Clichy will protect his goal, with Fernandinho and Fabian Delph likely to get the nod in the center of the park. Samir Nasri, Yaya Toure, and the electric Kevin De Bruyne will play in attacking midfield, with Sergio Aguero leading the line. There will be no lack of offensive firepower, so over 2.5 goals should be scored. Manchester City should do just enough to get the win away from home and remain in fourth by way of a 3-2 victory.


    (75-67 +1.58)

    Saturday 4/16

    Sunday 4/17
    (OVER 2.5 -110) GRANADA CF @ ATL MADRID (1215PM)


    Soccer Crusher

    Extra Bonus Picks

    Lanus + Atletico Rafaela – OVER 2.5

    Newells Old Boys + Huracan – UNDER 2.5

    Union Santa Fe + Tigre – UNDER 2.5


    Red Dog Sports

    Lille OSC vs Ajaccio GFCO
    Free Play Lille +150

    In France League 2 at 2pm Saturday I like Lille +150 against Ajaccio. Lille is #7 in the table out of 20 teams and are +8 in goal difference. They have won their last 5 matches and outscored their opponents by 12-2. Ajaccio is #18 with a -14 goal difference.

    Lille 2
    Ajaccio 1


    Soccer Crusher

    Racing Club + Argentinos Juniors – OVER 2.5
    This match is happening in Argentina
    (System Record: 937-28, won last 2 games)
    Overall Record: 937-728-151



    AQUEDUCT #4 at 03:00 PM Eastern

    Top Pick: #5 (CLOONTIA) (8-5) – Gulfstream shipper was competitive in three straight start there racing at this level going two-turns on the turf. He’s been facing tougher fields than this and gets the call.

    2nd Pick: #6 (Call Provision) (5-2) – Debuting 3-year-old by ‘Lemon Drop Kid’ ships from Florida where he was in steady training at Palm Meadows since late December. In the barn of Chad Brown (20% first out) and he has leading rider Jose Ortiz aboard.

    3rd Pick: #3 (Two Down One to Go) (8-1) – On the sidelines since Sept. 19, he raced wide that day while never involved. Son of top grass sire ‘Kitten’s Joy’ has a new trainer in Rudy Rodriguez who is 25% with new arrivals, and this colt may return sharp at a square price.

    4th Pick: #1 (Helical Spring) (20-1) – Longshot switches from dirt to grass and is stretching out in distance. His latest pair of works are very fast and he breaks from the inside.



    7 Unit Play. Take Cub Swanson -120
    over Hacran Dias
    (7:30p.m., Saturday April 16 FOX)
    Both fighters have had almost year lay offs and this fight should be a nail biter from the start. Cub Swanson comes into Tampa, Florida on a 2 fight losing streak and I know a lot of experts are wondering how his mental stage but Saturday night I see the old Cub Swanson in the octagon. Cub Swanson needs a win badly here and after starting his career 21-5 the year off should motivate him in this fight and since Dias has also been out of the octagon since June 2015 I’m giving the edge to Cub Swanson. This fight will go the distance and Swanson wins by decision and we cash another UFC ticket.

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