What Bettors Should Know for Wednesday, June 25

What Bettors Should Know for Wednesday, June 25

1. Soccer

– Today’s World Cup schedule:

  1. Argentina vs. Nigeria (12 p.m. ET)
  2. Iran vs. Bosnia-Herzegovina (12 p.m. ET)
  3. Switzerland vs. Honduras (4 p.m. ET)
  4. France vs. Ecuador (4 p.m. ET)

– Yesterday’s Uruguay/Italy game took an odd turn when Luis Suarez appeared to bite Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini on the shoulder. This was not the first time Suarez has done his best Mike Tyson impersonation and this has actually led to some interesting prop bets:

– View all the latest live odds and betting percentages around the market with our free World Cup Central.

– We have also the updated odds to win each group and odds to win the World Cup.

2. NBA

– The NBA Draft takes place tomorrow night in Brooklyn, New York and we have posted our own mock draft based on the projections of oddsmakers. Find out whether Duke F Jabari Parker or Kansas F Andrew Wiggins is expected to be the first overall pick.

–  Having already opted out of their respective contracts, find out where star forwards LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony are expected to play next season.

3. NFL

– Getting ready for the upcoming fantasy football season? Make sure to view our positional previews as we rate the most overrated and underrated players:

  1. Quarterbacks
  2. Running Backs
  3. Wide Receivers

4. MLB

– With another big day, our MLB Best Bets are now up +17.65 units this season and 133.6 units since 2008. Start receiving these plays and more by signing up for a 4-day trial of our Pro subscription.

– Other key injuries include:

Blue Jays OF Jose Bautista, Hamstring, Out
Tigers OF Torii Hunter, Hamstring, Probable
Reds 2B Brandon Jennings, Heel, Questionable
Pirates OF Starling Marte, Concussion, Questionable

– For the latest injury and lineup updates, be sure to check out our free MLB injury page.

5. NHL

– The 2014 NHL Awards were handed out last night and winners include: (prop betting odds from Bovada)

  1. Hart Memorial: Sidney Crosby (-10,000)
  2. James Norris Memorial: Duncan Keith (-275)
  3. Vezina: Tuukka Rask (-250)
  4. Jack Adams: Patrick Roy (-600)
  5. Calder Memorial: Nathan MacKinnon (-2,000)
  6. Lady Byng Memorial: Ryan O’Reilly (-1,000)
  7. Frank J. Selke: Patrice Bergeron (-250)
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David Solar

David was the Content Manager at Sports Insights. He has since moved on to greener pastures.

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