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Article posted on Monday 26 June - 22:52 EDT
We look beyond the 2017 Confederations Cup semi-finals on Wednesday and attempt to divine who might come out on top in Sunday's final. Germany and Portugal are understandably the favorites, but there are plenty of reasons to expect upsets.
Parlays are by far the most popular of the exotic wagers as bettors can bet a little to win a lot. Miss out on one game, though, and you miss out on your prize.
Another weekend of Major League Soccer means another set of betting tips, this week featuring both the Texas and New York City derbies as well as perhaps the most wild team in the league. Expect a lot of passion and perhaps some upsets.
We break down the likely winners and losers as FC Dallas travels to the Vancouver Whitecaps, Montreal Impact visits Orlando City and DC United limp their way north to Toronto FC. Expect two close games and one entirely predictable blow out.
A well-rested Roger Federer returns to the All England Club seeking a record-setting eighth championship, which gets underway on July 3. On the women’s end, seven-time champion Serena Williams will miss this year’s event expecting the birth of her first child.
One year later, we're right back where we started: 3-1. Does Cleveland have another historic comeback in them? Or is Durant the difference maker to exercise the old demons? Take a look at our Game 5 preview.
The Pittsburgh Penguins are a win away from capturing their second straight NHL championship and the franchise’s fifth Stanley Cup. The Pens will have to defeat the Nashville Predators at the Bridgestone Arena. Can the defending champs take down the Preds on the road?
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Article posted on Friday 09 June
It's time to measure how this Golden State team ranks with the pantheon of greats. Sweeping a LeBron-led team in this stage of his career seems unthinkable, but Game 4 appears to be just that. Read our Game 4 preview and picks.
There have been two repeat U.S. Open winners since World War II — Ben Hogan in 1950-51 and Curtis Strange in 1988-1989. For defending champion Dustin Johnson, the odds and history are definitely not on his side.
The Belmont Stakes, known as the "Test of Champions", will be run on Saturday, June 10 at Belmont Park and the mile and a half contest is the third and final jewel of Thoroughbred horse racing's Triple Crown.
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