Saturday Premier League, MLS Odds & Picks
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Saturday brings a full day of European and American soccer, and the team of soccer experts at the Action Network have written up their best picks across a number of Premier League and MLS matches.
BJ Cunningham, Anthony Dabbundo, Matt Ross and Ian Quillen are the experts who will be taking you through the slate of soccer. If Arsenal’s thrilling 3-3 draw with Southampton was any indication of what is to come this weekend, we’re in for a wild slate of matches.
Read on for our Saturday Premier League and MLS analysis.
Premier League Odds & Picks
Fulham vs Leeds United
7:30 a.m. ET, USA Network
Fulham and Leeds United may have been on similar trajectories at some points during the season, but that certainly isn’t the case now.
See why Dabbundo believes a desperate Leeds side can get a result in this spot.
Liverpool vs Nottingham Forest
10 a.m. ET, USA Network
When the Reds play, goals tend to follow. That’s on both ends of the pitch, contrary to Liverpool teams of years’ past.
Read on for Cunningham’s play on the total, which plays on that trend.
Brentford vs Aston Villa
10 a.m. ET, Peacock
Aston Villa and Brentford have had commendable seasons, and the two sides will clash with big goals for the end of the year.
Dabbundo breaks down the under-the-radar fixture.
Leicester City vs Wolves
10 a.m. ET, Peacock
Towards the bottom of the table, Leicester City will square off with Wolves in a match that you could call a relegation six-pointer.
While the situation is more dire for Leicester City, Ross still believes Wolves are in a buying position.
MLS Odds & Picks
Orlando vs D.C.
7:30 p.m. ET, MLS Season Pass
If you’re looking for a little Saturday evening soccer, Quillen has you covered with two MLS plays, starting with Orlando vs D.C..
The three-way moneyline price is good enough for him to take a stab.
Houston vs Miami
8:30 p.m. ET, MLS Season Pass
Following that fixture is an encounter between Houston and Miami, where Quillen is seeing value on the total rather than a side.
See why he doesn’t think the goals will come in this one.
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