Las Vegas - C'mon over to Wembley Stadium with me for a look at the England/Iceland matchup in the UEFA Nations League. If you're not familiar, just think of the Nations League as a World Cup LITE. England has been struggling in Group 2, and even with a win will not make it to the next round. Neither will Iceland, so this is basically for pride, and how each national team is gonna look moving forward. The Three Lions have been TRASHED in the press for not being creative and not scoring. So, what's gonna happen? Of course, they'll run wild and score at least four goals, maybe five, which is why we're going OVER the posted total. You probably think I'm crazy because both England and Iceland have been the lowest scoring teams in the competition, with three goals in five games. But, and as always, it's a BIG but, Strákarnir okkar (Our Boys) have been BLITZED for 13 goals in the five Nations League games, and they just don't have a word for defense in Iceland. And the boys from the land of ice will be missing probably their best player, Hordur Magnusson (suspended), as well as a bunch of other kids whose names you're most likely not familiar with, but all end in SON! As long as Harry Kane (Tottenham), Jadon Sancho (Borussia Dortmund) and Phil Foden (Manchester City) are on the pitch, the Lions are gonna buzz the Iceland net for 90 minutes. Don't wanna lay $525 to win back $100, but Over 2.5 goals, at a small price, -$160, is as TASTY as it gets. Chips ALL IN!!!
If you need a little MACtion this evening, we're leaning to Western Michigan in a pick'em game over Central Michigan. The Broncos from Kalamazoo come in after putting 99 points on the board in the first two games, and should be able to light it up against the Chippewas in Mount Pleasant. Western QB Kaleb Eleby has been ALL THAT, hitting on 71.1% of his throws for 546 yards and SIX TDs with NO interceptions. Gimme just a few pennies on the Broncos.