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  1. Main card: Cory Sandhagen vs T.J.Dillashaw - Cory Sandhagen by Decison Aspen Ladd vs Macy Chiasson - Aspen Ladd by KO/TKO Kyler Phillips vs Raulian Paiva - Kyler Phillips by KO/TKO Darren Elkins vs Darrick Minner - Darrick Minner by Decision Miranda Maverick vs Maycee Barber - Miranda Maverick by Submission Adrian Yanez vs Randy Costa - Adrian Yanez by Ko/TKO Preliminary card: Punahele Soriano vs Brendan Allen - Brendan Allen by Decision Nassourdine Imavov vs Ian Heinisch - Ian Heinisch by Decision Mickey Gall vs Jordan Williams - Jordan Williams by Decision Julio Arce vs Andre Ewell - Julio Arce by KO/TKO Sijara Eubanks vs Elise Reed - Sijara Eubanks by KO/TKO Diana Belbita vs Hannah Goldy - Diana Belbita by Decision Tiebreaker : Mickey Gall vs Jordan Williams - R3-3.59 Username - Alex20031
  2. Islam Makhachev vs Thiago Moisés -> Islam Makhachev by KO/TKO Marion Reneau vs Miesha Tate -> Miesha Tate by Decision Jeremy Stephens vs Mateusz Gamrot -> Mateusz Gamrot by Decision Rodolfo Vieira vs Dustin Stoltzfus -> Rodolfo Vieira by KO/TKO Gabriel Benítez vs Billy Quarantillo -> Gabriel Benítez by Decision Preliminary card: Daniel Rodriguez vs Preston Parsons -> Daniel Rodriguez by KO/TKO Amanda Lemos vs Montserrat Ruiz -> Amanda Lemos by KO/TKO Khalid Taha vs Sergey Morozov -> Khalid Taha by Decision Miles Johns vs Anderson Dos Santos -> Miles Johns by Decision Francisco Figueiredo vs Malcolm Gordon -> Francisco Figueiredo by KO/TKO Alan Baudot vs Rodrigo Nascimento Ferreira -> Rodrigo Nascimento Ferreira by KO/TKO Tiebreaker : Jeremy Stephens vs Mateusz Gamrot - R3-4.59 Username : Alex20031
  3. Match : Haiti - Canada https://stake.com/sports/soccer/international/gold-cup/42047022-haiti-canada Tip : Over 2.5 goals @1.76 Preview : There is little doubt that Bayern Munich left-back Alphonso Davies will be the most talented individual on the pitch on Tuesday. Herdman deploys Canada in a 3-4-3 formation, which allows Davies to motor up the left flank in trademark fashion, but with Lille's Jonathan David and Besiktas' Larin forming a fearsome attack, they are clearly far from a one-man team. Haiti, meanwhile, have considerably less quality within their ranks, with none of their current 23-man squad playing their domestic football in Europe's big five leagues. Canada should have too much quality to slip up against Haiti on Tuesday. In Davies and David, Herdman's side have two of the most exciting young talents Canada have perhaps ever produced, which should prove to be the difference in the end. P.S. Thanks for choose me last week , Columbia win in 90 + 4 .... amazing lucky -))
  4. Main card: Dustin Poirier vs. Conor McGregor -> Conor McGregor by Decision Stephen Thompson vs. Gilbert Burns -> Stephen Thompson by KO/ TKO Tai Tuivasa vs. Greg Hardy -> Tai Tuivasa by KO/TKO Irene Aldana vs. Yana Kunitskaya -> Yana Kunitskaya by Decision Sean O'Malley vs. Kris Moutinho -> Sean O'Malley by KO / TKO Prelims: Max Griffin vs. Carlos Condit -> Max Griffin by KO/ TKO Michel Pereira vs. Niko Price -> Michel Pereira by KO/ TKO Dricus Du Plessis vs. Trevin Giles -> Dricus Du Plessis by Decision Ilia Topuria vs. Ryan Hall -> Ilia Topuria by KO / TKO Early Prelims: Jennifer Maia vs. Jessica Eye -> Jennifer Maia by KO / TKO Brad Tavares vs. Omari Akhmedov -> Brad Tavares by KO/TKO Zhalgas Zhumaglov vs. Jerome Rivera -> Zhalgas Zhumaglov by KO/ TKO Alen Amedovski vs. Hu Yaozong -> Hu Yaozong by Decision Tiebreaker : Max Griffin vs. Carlos Condit - > R2 - 2.14 Username : Alex20031
  5. Soccer - International - Copa America MATCH -> Columbia - Peru https://stake.com/sports/soccer/international/copa-america/42027613-l26-copa-l25-copa- TIP : Columbia win ( 1 ) @ 1.87 Preview - Although Colombia are yet to fully get going in the Copa America this year, Peru looked fairly poor against Brazil, and this could be the best opportunity for La Tricolor to record a convincing win to build momentum for the final eight. With their place in the quarter-finals all but sealed, they will look to avoid dropping into the lower spots which could draw them against Argentina or Uruguay in the first knockout round, instead battling hard to ensure a top-two finish.
  6. MATCH : Switzerland vs Spain https://stake.com/sports/soccer/international/european-championship/41955666-w41-euro-w42-euro- TIP : Spain win ODD : 1.69 Switzerland (TBA) kicked out France in the previous round, following a penalty shootout, 3-3, 5-4. Vladimir Petkovic‘s crew was up one goal and had a penalty, pretty much holding all the cards in their hands. But in just 15 minutes, everything collapsed, with Hugo Lloris saving the penalty and igniting his teammates to knockout the Swiss team in three minutes. With some 15 minutes before the end, Switzerland was down 3-1, looking exhausted and beaten. Yet Haris Seferovic and Mario Gavranovic brought a massive comeback, which forced extra time, scoring in 81st and 90th minutes, respectively. Their hits on the target have boosted the morale of the Swiss side, who had luck in the final seconds of the regulation once Koman hit the crossbar. When talking about statistics, only one of Switzerland’s previous seven games saw under 2.5 goals: their EURO 2020 opener against Wales, 1-1. Five ended with both teams scoring during that span. Spain (TBA) scored 10 goals in the last two matches, erasing a very poor impression they left in the opening 180 of this EURO 2020. Though, we need to add that in certain moments they had more luck than knowledge against Croatia and Slovakia. But then again, 10 goals need to be respected, regardless of any other circumstance. Instead of finishing the Croats, Spain allowed the rival to come back in the final moments of the event with two goals. But the Red Fury stepped up in the extra times, confidently solving the riddle and proceeding among the top eight teams on the continent.
  7. MATCH - England vs Scotland https://stake.com/sports/soccer/international/european-championship/41889941-england-scotland TIP -> over 2.5 goals - 1.90 odd Preview : The 1-0 win over Croatia on Sunday extended England’s good home run, a streak they will look to continue this week. The Three Lions are now unbeaten in their past seven major tournament group stage matches played on home soil, consisting of three 1966 World Cup matches and three from Euro 96. England have also conceded just one goal in their past seven matches across all competitions. England’s defence has been commendable of late, but their attack has left fans wanting more. After scoring 37 goals in qualifying (bettered only by Belgium who played two games more), England have struggled, netting seven in their past five. Three of those games were 1-0 victories, with only Albania and Poland conceding more than once against the Three Lions (both twice).
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