The title of “greatest heavyweight of all time” hangs in the balance when Stipe Miocic meets Daniel Cormier in their trilogy match for the heavyweight title for UFC 252. Betting odds indicate an even matchup although Cormier should be the favourite on this spot. Outside of this epic affair, we have a bevy of juicy matchups including some live underdogs, unmissable prop bets, and two rising contenders who you should parlay.
CFL 2014 Grey Cup: Stampeders are Thick Chalk Versus Tiger-Cats
Why Calgary will claim the 102nd Grey Cup
With all due respect to Kent Austin and the solid coaching staff in Hamilton, Calgary head coach and GM John Hufnagel has assembled one of the best coaching staffs in CFL history. They preach discipline and that leadership shows as Calgary was the least penalized team in the CFL. As he displayed in the West Final, with 120 receiving yards and a TD vis the pass, RB Jon Cornish isn’t a one-trick pony and his combined skills will be a matchup nightmare for the Hamilton defense. The Cats D intercepted Montreal QB Jonathan Crompton three times last week – Calgary won’t be as generous. Stamps QB Bo Levi Mitchell has thrown one INT in his last four starts (93 attempts) and posted a 63.3% regular season completion rate. Mitchell’s miniscule eight interceptions (one every 52 attempts) helped Calgary lead the league with the fewest (29) turnovers.
Cashing in on Canadian Football League Futures Betting at Bodog
Futures bets are like investing and investments should always return a profit – the inner Greed Devil must be ignored here. Back on May 30, 2014, that would be 184 days ago, we called for Calgary to win the 2014 Grey Cup. Bodog was offering a +400 money line price and we snatched it up with a 250 unit futures bet. Now, just hours prior to game time, we stand to make a 1000 unit profit if the Stampeders claim the Grey Cup or lose 250 units if the Tiger-Cats scratch out an upset victory. We’re slightly disappointed by the money lines posted on the Bodog betting board as that’s where we are turning for our guaranteed cash out. That said, we will lay a 300 unit wager on the Tiger-Cats money line and collect a 590 unit profit if they win. Should Calgary claim the title game, our return is still a tidy 700 units. Now we get to sit back and enjoy the Roar on the Shore. 102nd Grey Cup Point Spread Prediction: We’d be remiss if we didn’t mention that the Stamps defensive unit, an underrated Crew in our opinion, was one of the best in the CFL as they allowed an average of 19.2 PPG. For those who don’t have a futures wager on the line, we feel the Red & White Express will roll to a ten plus point victory over the Tabbies. Lay the Bodog -8 spread price and back Calgary to bring home their first Grey Cup Championship since 2008. Enjoy this Canadian Classic everybody!
Bodog 2014 CFL Grey Cup Betting Lines – Stampeders vs Tiger-Cats
Bodog Futures Prices 2014 Canadian Football League Grey Cup
Odds First Published on 30/05/14
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English soccer is back as the Premier League ends a three-month (100-day) hiatus to return to play and we’re covering the best Premier League picks. While Liverpool has everything all wrapped up, several teams are still jockeying for a position either to avoid relegation or snag a spot in the UEFA Champions League. The desperation or excitement paired with the rust from the long layoff could lead to some epic unpredictability.