Matchweek 6 Preview

Quick blog post here, as I’ll just recap my record from the midweek, and give you the picks for the weekend.

Midweek: 1-2 Parlays
Real Madrid lost in one of the bigger upsets in recent soccer history, as Real Betis (+3500 !!) beat them in Madrid 1-0 and in turn snapped 2 of my 3 parlays. This breaks a crazy 73-game goal scoring streak from Real Madrid, as the last time they were kept scoreless was in April 2016.

But life goes on even if the craziest upset ever destroys 2/3 of your parlays….

Total Record: 36-31-3, 8-9 Parlays

Matchweek 6 Picks:


Tottenham (-1) @ West Ham
Huddersfield Town (+½) @ Burnley
Bournemouth @ Everton (-150)
Crystal Palace @ Manchester City (-2½)
Manchester United (-140) @ Southampton
Chelsea @ Stoke City (+½)
Watford @ Swansea City (Pick -155)
Liverpool (-115) 
@ Leicester City


Newcastle @ Brighton & Hove Albion (Pick -120)


West Brom @ Arsenal (-1½)


Real Madrid (-575), Manchester City (-700), Roma (-400), Napoli (-475) = EVEN

Christian Pulisic BabyJesus Watch:

Christian Pulisic scored a beautiful goal just 2 days after his 19th birthday and helped lead Dortmund to a great 3-0 win. Pulisic also was among the nominees for the Golden Boy Award, which is given out to the top young player in the world under 21 years of age. He is among 25 other nominees and even though he is not expected to win the award he becomes the first American nominated. Not a bad week for the teenager!

I’ll be back this week to cover how each team is doing, as I analyze (from top to bottom) how each team has looked 6 games into the season in a big blog. Hope everyone enjoys the weekend of Futbol!

Stay kickin’ it. Peace.


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