Weekend Parlays To Increase Profit and Encourage More Per Head Business

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Jul/05/2018

The World Cup Quarterfinals begin on Friday, July 6th. That might be too late to include into any weekend parlays.

Online bookies can include a couple of World Cup Quarterfinal matches into any promoted cross-sport parlays for Saturday.

There’s also a full slate of MLB games on both Saturday and Sunday.

Check out the recommended games to use for any promoted parlays this weekend.

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Saturday, July 7

World Cup Quarterfinal Matches

      Sweden vs England

      Russia vs Croatia

Putting either, or both, World Cup Quarterfinal matches into any Saturday promoted parlays makes sense. Sweden and England is a tight match.

England has the edge.

It’s not a gigantic edge over the Swedes, who managed to pull off the upset victory over Switzerland in the Round of 16.

Russia and Croatia might be a toss-up. On paper, Croatia should beat Russia by 2 goals. Russia heads to the quarterfinals after upsetting Spain, though.

Is it impossible to believe that they can’t upset Croatia?

Major League Baseball

      Philadelphia Phillies at Pittsburgh Pirates

      Texas Rangers at Detroit Tigers

      St. Louis Cardinals at San Francisco Giants

      Atlanta Braves at Milwaukee Brewers

The key with choosing MLB games for promoted weekend parlays is for online bookies to choose games where a team doesn’t have a starting pitcher advantage. All 4 games listed above qualify.

No team has a starting pitcher advantage. Toss-up games makes handicapping difficult. That means the best baseball handicappers are the ones that can score on promoted parlays.

Sunday, July 8

Major League Baseball

      Oakland A’s at Cleveland Indians

      Tampa Bay Rays at New York Mets

      Cincinnati Reds at Chicago Cubs

      St. Louis Cardinals at San Francisco Giants

      L.A. Dodgers at L.A. Angels

Major League Baseball is the only game in town this Sunday on July 8. Luckily, bookies have plenty of games to choose from.

The key battle for online bookies to add to their promoted parlays might be Oakland at Cleveland. The Tribe starts ace Corey Kluber. Kluber and Cleveland will be heavy favorites.

However, the A’s Frankie Montas should have made the relevant adjustments to be more effective versus Cleveland this go around.

With promoted parlays, online bookies can’t go wrong. Make sure to add an incentive to all promoted parlays either in extra winnings, or betting credits.

That’s the carrot that will get players to wager on promoted parlays.

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