Daily Best Betting Picks Saturday, September 7, 2019

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Weekend starts with plenty of excitements around the country whether you are a football, baseball, or a soccer fan. There are a ton of intriguing picks and markets to choose from, so let’s see what’s on tap for today:


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Yankees at Red Sox

Diamondbacks +145 at Reds -155

Royals +112 at Marlins -122

Blue Jays at Rays

Cardinals -138 at Pirates +128

Rangers at Orioles

Cubs -122 at Brewers +112

Indians +125 at Twins -135

Angels -150 at White Sox +140

Phillies +142 at Mets -152

Mariners +340 at Astros -385

Nationals +130 at Braves -140

Rockies +160 at Padres -170

Tigers +255 at Athletics -285

Giants +195 at Dodgers -210


Ohio at Pittsburgh (-4.0)

Army at Michigan (-22.5)

Bowling Green at Kansas State (-25.0)

Charleston Southern at South Carolina (-40.0)

Cincinnati at Ohio State (-16.0)

Kennesaw State at Kent State (-4.0)

Old Dominion at Virginia Tech (-28.5)

Rutgers at Iowa (-19.5)

Southern University at Memphis (-39.5)

Syracuse at Maryland (-1.5)

UAB at Akron (+9.0)

Vanderbilt at Purdue (-7.0)

West Virginia at Missouri (-14.0)

Western Carolina at NC State (-41.5)

NIU at Utah (-21.5)

Fordham at Ball State (-28.0)

USF at Georgia Tech (-6.5)

Tennessee Tech at Miami OH (-42.0)

Central Michigan at Wisconsin (-35.0)

Charlotte at Appalachian State (-22.5)

Eastern Illinois at Indiana (-35.5)

Grambling State at LA Tech (-30.0)

Illinois at UConn (+21.5)

Nebraska at Colorado (+4.0)

Richmond at Boston College (-33.5)

Southern Illinois at Massachusetts (-4.5)

Southern Miss at Mississippi State (-16.5)

Texas A&M at Clemson (-16.5)

Murray State at Georgia (-48.5)

New Mexico State at Alabama (-55.5)

UTSA at Baylor (-25.0)

Western Illinois at Colorado State (-8.5)

San Diego State at UCLA (-8.5)

Louisiana-Monroe at Florida State (-22.0)

Northern Colorado at Washington State (-36.5)

Gardner-Webb at East Carolina (-29.5)

Maine at Georgia Southern (-9.5)

North Carolina A&T at Duke (-27.5)

BYU at Tennessee (-3.5)

Coastal Carolina at Kansas (-7.0)

Eastern Kentucky at Louisville (-20.5)

Furman at Georgia State (-7.5)

Jackson State at South Alabama (-27.5)

McNeese State at Oklahoma State (-39.5)

North Texas at SMU (-3.5)

South Dakota at Oklahoma (-41.5)

Tennessee State at Middle Tennessee (-28.0)

UCF at Florida Atlantic (+10.5)

WKU at FIU (-7.5)

Wyoming at Texas State (+7.0)

Arkansas at Ole Miss (-6.5)

Buffalo at Penn State (-30.5)

Eastern Michigan at Kentucky (-15.5)

LSU at Texas (+6.5)

Liberty at Louisiana-Lafayette (-13.5)

Nevada at Oregon (-24.0)

Stony Brook at Utah State (-33.0)

Tennessee-Martin at Florida (-44.5)

Tulane at Auburn (-17.0)

Western Michigan at Michigan State (-16.0)

Miami at North Carolina (+5.0)

Prairie at Houston (-37.0)

UTEP at Texas Tech (-34.5)

Tulsa at San Jose State (+6.5)

Arkansas State at UNLV (-1.0)

California at Washington (-13.5)

Minnesota at Fresno State (+3.0)

Stanford at USC (-3.0)

Northern Arizona at Arizona (-28.0)

Oregon State at Hawaii (-6.5)


New England Revolution +280 at New York City -115

Toronto FC -125 at Cincinnati +300

Los Angeles FC -180 at Orlando City +333

Seattle Sounders +260 at Colorado Rapids +100

Sporting Kansas City +300 at Portland Timbers -130


  • Detroit Tigers vs. Oakland Athletics

The Oakland Athletics continue their battle for the wild card in the American League. Beating the worst team in baseball, the Detroit Tigers, is a must. The A’s have been dominating the Tigers lately. They won 15 straight H2H duels prior to the opening contest of a three-game series Friday night.

Jordan Zimmermann will take the mound for Detroit, while Oakland will counter with Chris Bassitt. Zimmermann is 1-9 this season with a 6.03 ERA and a 1.43 WHIP. Detroit lost five straight games with him on the mound. Bassitt is 9-5 with a 3.67 ERA and a 1.19 WHIP.  

The A’s covered the spread in all previous three meetings with the Tigers in 2019. Likewise, the A’s covered the spread in their last seven wins at home. Oakland will have a clear advantage on the mound here, so I’m backing the A’s to beat the Tigers by two or more runs.

  • Oakland Athletics -145 over Detroit Tigers by two or more runs


  • Charlotte 49ers at Appalachian State Mountaineers

The Appalachian State Mountaineers opened the season with a convincing 42-7 victory to East Tennessee State. They put on a strong defensive display, and I expect more of the same against Charlotte. Last year, the Mountaineers’ defense was one of the best in the country.

On the other side, the 49ers opened with a 49-28 victory to Gardner-Webb. They failed to cover a 31.5-point spread and are 1-3 ATS in the last four outings. Likewise, the 49ers are 5-8 ATS in their last 13 showings on the road.

The Mountaineers are 13-3-2 ATS in their last 18 games overall and 8-3-2 ATS in the last 13 at home. They thrashed off Charlotte 45-9 as 14-point road favorites last season. The Mountaineers’ defense should be too much for the 49ers, so take the hosts to cover.

  • Appalachian State Mountaineers -22.5 at -110


  • New England Revolution vs. New York City

Both New England and New York City are playing in a good form at the moment. Hereof, the clash at Yankee Stadium will be a pure joy to watch. New England is unbeaten in four straight games, recording three draws and a win in that span. On the other side, New York is on a four-game winning streak.

Furthermore, New England is undefeated in seven straight outings on the road which is a remarkable feat. However, I think their streak will come to an end in New York. City has won four straight home games and seven of the previous eight at Yankee Stadium.

When it comes to H2H duels, New York has won just one of its last six meetings with New England. Still, the Pigeons are battling for the top spot in the Eastern Conference, so I think they will beat New England and extend their winning streak to five games.  

  • New York City to Win at -115


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