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Bears vs Ravens

The 2018 NFL preseason kicks off with the Hall of Fame Game between the Chicago Bears and Baltimore Ravens on Thursday at 8 p.m. ET in Canton, Ohio. The daily Fantasy sports site FanDuel is running a $35,000 NFL Preseason Snap, among other NFL DFS tournaments. And before you enter that or any other NFL Hall of Fame Game DFS contest, you’ll want to see what SportsLine’s Mike McClure has to say. He’s a predictive data engineer and professional DFS player with almost $2 million in career winnings. He’s the go-to authority for 2018 NFL Hall of Fame Game picks and lineups.

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McClure uses a powerful prediction model that simulates every snap of NFL action in every game 10,000 times, taking factors like matchups, statistical trends and injuries into account. This allows him to find the best DFS values and create optimal lineups that he shares only over at SportsLine. They’re a must-see for any NFL DFS player.

For the Hall of Game on Thursday, McClure loves Baltimore Ravens rookie tight end Hayden Hurst at $12,000 on FanDuel.

The former minor-league baseball player turned tight end put up huge numbers at South Carolina, recording almost 100 receptions over his final two seasons with the Gamecocks. Baltimore picked him 25th overall in the 2018 NFL Draft with the hopes of him making an immediate impact, so look for him to see extended snaps on Thursday.

Another pick he’s all over: Bears running back Taquan Mizzell at $12,000 on FanDuel.

This is a revenge game for Mizzell after the Ravens signed him last year but released him before the start of the regular season. He was impressive with over 200 yards of total offense in the preseason last year, and he’s trying to make his case to be the third running back in rookie head coach Matt Nagy’s offense in Chicago.

The Bears will want to limit preseason reps for running backs Jordan Howard and Tarik Cohen, so look for Mizzell to get a ton of opportunities.

McClure is also targeting a player for the MVP spot (1.5x points) who could go off for massive numbers Thursday. The stars are aligning for him to go for 20 or more points on FanDuel. This pick could be the difference between winning your tournaments or going home with nothing.

So who is DFS pro Mike McClure putting in his optimal NFL DFS lineup for the Hall of Fame Game? Visit SportsLine now to see the full Bears-Ravens FanDuel lineup from a professional DFS player who has almost $2 million in career winnings, and find out.

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Two of Europe’s biggest clubs meet in Ukraine for the showpiece match, with Liverpool chasing their sixth European Cup as they bid to deny Real an unprecedented 13th triumph in the competition.

Here are some of the key talking points ahead of the final…

Salah or Ronaldo?

Inevitably the respective managers were asked which player is better. Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp diplomatically refused to answer, for fear of creating unnecessary headlines, but Real coach Zinedine Zidane had no problem in picking Cristiano Ronaldo.

Mohamed Salah has had the best individual season of any player in Europe, scoring 44 goals so far and winning the Premier League Golden Boot. Ronaldo is the Champions League’s leading scorer with 15 goals in the current campaign but, at 33, is seven years Salah’s senior and is not the force he was a couple of seasons ago.Real’s team revolves around Ronaldo whereas Salah’s success has come from the team ethic which Klopp has instilled.

Liverpool are the competition’s top scorers this season with 40 (not including six in a qualifier against Hoffenheim) which is 10 more than Real have managed despite Ronaldo leading the individual charts with 15. However, Liverpool have the next three top scorers in Salah and Roberto Firmino (10 apiece) and Sadio Mane (nine).

They also have the top two players for assists in James Milner (nine) and Firmino (eight). Liverpool have failed to score in only one of their Champions League matches this season – a goalless draw against Porto having won the first leg 5-0 – while Real have found the net in all their games.

A case for the defence then?

Liverpool have kept six clean sheets so far with half of them coming in the knockout stage when the world’s most expensive defender Virgil van Dijk was involved following his £75million January move.

The Holland captain has provided a commanding presence to the team and is a composed, calming influence on those around him. Real have managed only three clean sheets and two of those came against minnows Apoel in the group stage.

However, the defending champions have wily campaigner Sergio Ramos, the no-nonsense linchpin of Real’s defence for the last decade who knows every trick in the book when it comes to gamesmanship and getting a result.

Can dilemma

Liverpool’s Emre Can has returned to full training after almost two months out with a back injury and is in contention for the final. The Germany international would certainly add more quality to a midfield which has been coping under the strain of losing Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to a serious knee injury and Adam Lallana’s intermittent involvement.

However, the caveat which comes with Can is that he is destined to leave the club next month on a free having turned down Liverpool’s offer of a new contract. Klopp places a huge emphasis on loyalty and togetherness and Can’s stance, while professional, does not fit the team’s ethos.

Bale back to his best?

The Wales international has been troubled by injury this season, restricting him to just six appearances in the Champions League with a return of one goal (against Borussia Dortmund) and two assists.

However, he finished the domestic campaign strongly with four goals in his last three matches, including scoring in the Clasico against Barcelona, and Zidane has praised his form and consistency.

He scored in his first Champions League final in 2014 but has not found the net in the subsequent two, and started last season’s final on the bench.

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Saturday represents the final curtain for the 2017-18 European football season. The Champions League final, which pits Real Madrid against Liverpool, will be contested in Kiev, Ukraine. The winners’ names will be etched into history. They will be crowned kings of the continent.

It promises to be a thrilling final—and it’s not every year we can say that. Some past Champions League finals, such as Chelsea vs. Bayern Munich (2012) and Real Madrid vs. Atletico Madrid (2016) have been a grind, but this one will not fall into that category.


It features two attacking sides who can only operate one way: streaming forward in numbers, seeking simply to outscore the opposition. Real Madrid fans tend to whistle if the ball is played sideways too often at the Santiago Bernabeu; while at Anfield, Liverpool fans chant “Attack! Attack! Attack!” and “Allez allez allez!”

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Here, we preview the impending collision of two titanic European sides, detail how both will approach this final and pick out three key areas where the game will be decided.

Real Madrid: Setup and XI

Manager Zinedine Zidane has changed the shape of his side frequently during the Champions League knockout stages, cycling through his deep, talented squad in the process.

In their six-game march to the final following the group stage—against Paris Saint-Germain (round of 16), Juventus (quarter-final) and Bayern Munich (semi-final)—he switched liberally between a front three, a front two and a midfield diamond shape.

What formation and personnel he begins with in Kiev—and ends with, for that matter—is tough to figure. But in previous years, Zidane has tended to go with the in-form players heading into the final, which would suggest Gareth Bale will beat Isco to a place in the XI.


If that’s the case, expect a 4-3-3 formation, with Bale to the right of Karim Benzema and Cristiano Ronaldo to the left. The usual triumvirate of Luka Modric, Toni Kroos and Casemiro will man the midfield. Sergio Ramos will lead a defensive line with no surprise selections.

That would leave Isco, Lucas Vazquez and Marco Asensio—three players who have played a definitive part in getting Los Blancos to this stage—on the bench, but they’re still game-changing options for later on (particularly Asensio).

Liverpool: Setup and XI

In stark contrast to Real Madrid, Liverpool’s XI and formation picks itself. That’s partially because they’ve settled so well into a particular rhythm, but also because injuries have robbed Jurgen Klopp of the chance to rotate or spring a surprise.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain would have been a surefire starter had he not been injured in the semi-final first leg against Roma; Georginio Wijnaldum will take his place in midfield again. Likewise, Emre Can likely isn’t fit enough to start—he hasn’t played since March!—so there’s no decision to be made about whether he or Jordan Henderson should anchor the midfield.

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The front three we’re so well acquainted with—Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane—has had two weeks to sharpen up. Virgil van Dijk will command a defensive unit no one truly expected to see jell together in this fashion back in August—mostly because Van Dijk wasn’t present at the time.

The shape will be 4-3-3, though Salah’s movements and attacking tendencies mean it warps into a 4-4-2 at times.

1. Can the full-backs cope?

Confidence is high that this final will be a high-scoring affair. One of the prime reasons is that the contest will pit three, perhaps four, elite wingers against a group of full-backs who lack either experience or defensive discipline.

Salah will play off the right flank of Liverpool’s 4-3-3, and he’ll likely be given plenty of space to operate given his nominal marker, Marcelo, tends to race forward without any care for his defensive responsibilities.

Nothing underlined this more than Bayern Munich’s first goal in the semi-final first leg, when right-back Joshua Kimmich sprinted into a massive gap on the counterattack and fired beyond Keylor Navas. Replays showed Marcelo jogging back as Die Roten steamed forward and scored from his area of the pitch.

Giving Salah this much space is akin to a death wish. Not a single opponent this season, in whichever competition, has done so and survived to tell the tale. Only those who focus so intently on him that he’s practically suffocated—Manchester United and Swansea City are two examples—manage to reduce his impact.

On the opposite flank, reigning Ballon d’Or winner Ronaldo will come up against 19-year-old Trent Alexander-Arnold—a player with fewer than 50 senior appearances for Liverpool. The teenager has been doubted at every turn, predicted to collapse against the likes of Manchester City’s Leroy Sane in previous rounds, but he’s held firm. Will he, though, continue in that vein on such a stage and against such a formidable big-game player?

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In one-on-one scenarios, he can be overeager when trying to dispossess runners, which can see him beaten or forced into a foul. He has the speed to stay with Ronaldo; he just has to ensure he doesn’t overcommit.

These two battles have been set in stone for a month, but a third has reared its head of late. Bale has reverted back to his dynamic, ruthless best recently, producing four goals in his last three matches. Should he be given the nod on the right, the committed, yet modest, Andy Robertson will face the toughest task of his career.

2. Harness the chaos

Marcelo’s laissez-faire attitude to defending doesn’t seem to overly concern Zidane and Real Madrid. His approach would be called out at most other clubs, but at the Bernabeu it is embraced, even harnessed.

The truth is Los Blancos don’t really concern themselves with defending. It’s not an insult to say that, as their unrivalled success over the last half-decade speaks for itself. It’s just the way they operate. The fashion in which they attack, press high with their central midfielders and swarm to the box when the ball moves forward lends itself to a lack of defensive structure.

Zidane deploys Casemiro as his midfield firefighter, but he’s often overwhelmed. Centre-backs Ramos and Raphael Varane are forced to make a lot of difficult decisions high up the pitch, committing themselves to risky tackles and often sprinting wide to cover for absent full-backs.

It is, quite frankly, a ridiculous way of playing football at the top level—but it works. Where other teams become cagey and careful, withdrawing into their shells, Madrid shed their layers and fly forward, trusting themselves to outscore their opponents. The prowess of Ronaldo in front of goal justifies the approach.

With Zidane’s men opening up in such a fashion, Klopp’s men will likely follow suit. They’re a measure more organised defensively than Los Blancos, owing a lot to the serenity Van Dijk has brought to the setup. But his partner, Dejan Lovren, is known for his proneness to error, and Alexander-Arnold’s inexperience may result in mistakes.

Expect pockets of space to open up all over the pitch as both teams attempt to assert their influence on the game, vying to become the dictating force.

3. Shuffle the deck

Zidane has developed a reputation for turning games by using his substitutions. Over the last few years we’ve seen him use his bench expertly, utilising the immense squad depth open to him.

Last year’s Champions League quarter-final was a prime example of this: With his side in a tight, tense battle with Bayern Munich, he picked the perfect moment to send on dynamic dribbler Asensio, who would punish them on the counter. Against tired legs he looked unstoppable, and he scored a memorable goal to finish off the German giants.

If these two sides go blow-for-blow as expected, there could well have been five or six goals already scored by the time Zidane turns to his bench in search of extra juice. When he does, he’ll see Asensio, but also Vazquez, Mateo Kovacic and one of Isco or Bale.

Conversely, Klopp won’t be able to call upon nearly as much. Adam Lallana is set to be named on the bench, but he’s the only real catalytic player of note. You wouldn’t expect Danny Ings (one goal scored in two years) or Dominic Solanke (still a relative rookie) to be able to change the course of a game at the highest level.

This is where Zidane holds his final edge. Not only does he have the electric personnel to shift the course of a match on his bench, but he’s clever enough to wield the power effectively. It could prove the different in what is expected to be a 90-minute shootout of the most entertaining nature.

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Celtics vs Cavaliers Live, Stream,odds, Game :2018 NBA playoffs picks

The Cavaliers got just what they needed in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals. Not only did they defeat the Celtics, but they did so in a balanced and dominant fashion that inspires confidence that they can still win. Cleveland gets a chance to tie the series Monday (8:30 p.m. ET) when it hosts Game 4 of the 2018 NBA playoffs series at Quicken Loans Arena. The Cavaliers are 6.5-point sportsbook favorites, with the over-under for total points scored set at 206.5.


Before you lock in your picks, listen to SportsLine senior analyst Larry Hartstein. The veteran NBA handicapper is on a sizzling 18-9 run in his point-spread playoff selections, and he’s also on a 10-3 ATS (77 percent) run in games involving Boston or Cleveland.

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Moreover, Hartstein has been locked in on this series. He selected ATS winners in the first two games.

Hartstein knows Boston methodically broke and wore down Cleveland in the first two games, rolling to a blowout in Game 1 and overcoming a double-digit deficit in Game 3.

The seemingly fragile Cavaliers desperately needed to flip the script in Game 3, and they did just that in a 116-86 victory in which they never trailed.

LeBron James had 27 points and 12 rebounds as Cleveland built a 19-point lead in the first quarter and saw the margin hit 30 in the second half.

The Cavaliers hit 17 of 34 shots from 3-point range and also held a 53-42 rebounding advantage.

What’s more, their stat sheet finally resembled the formula Boston used for success in the first two games. Cleveland landed all five starters in double figures, with Kyle Korver providing 14 points off the bench.

Cleveland had 23 assists on 37 field goals and held Boston to 39.2 percent from the field, including 6 of 22 from long distance.

Now, the question remains whether Game 3 was an aberration or if it was the start of a resurgence by the Cavaliers. Hartstein knows a major trend will determine which side of the spread cashes on Monday. He’s sharing what it is, and who to back, at SportsLine.

Will James and company give a repeat performance Monday and cover, or will Boston bounce back from its worst loss of the postseason and regain control? Visit SportsLine now to see which side of Celtics-Cavaliers you should support Monday from a seasoned handicapper who’s hitting 77 percent of his picks involving these teams.

Chelsea vs Manchester United Live, Stream, FA Cup 2018 Final

Manchester United continue their 2017-18 season into a very busy February where they play as many as 7 matches across three different competitions. Their next assignment is the FA Cup tie against Huddersfield Town on Saturday, 17th February 2018 followed by Champions League round of 16 first leg against Sevilla on Wednesday, 21 February. United finish this month with a mouth watering clash against Chelsea on 25th February 2018. On this page you will have live links of all Manchester United matches.


Manchester United take on Chelsea in the English FA Cup final on Saturday, 19th May 2018 at Wembley Stadium in London. Both teams will be looking to end the season with some silverware and it should be an exciting game for football fans. The final kicks off at around 15:15 uk time with BBC and BT Sports broadcasting the match live in the UK.

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Watch Real Madrid vs Liverpool Live Streaming links available here on Saturday, 26th May 2018 for the UEFA Champions League final match. The game will kickoff at around 20:45 CET / 19:45 uk time and we will have live links online 1 hour before the kickoff.

Upcoming Matches:Manchester United have a very busy schedule in the festive period where games come thick and fast. Apart from one EFL Cup tie against Bristol City they play as many as 6 premier league games starting with home match against Manchester City.

[ Manchester United 2016-17 premier league season will start on Saturday, 13 August 2016 while their Europa League campaign will begin on thursday, 15th September 2016. Once the full fixture list is announced on 15th June we will update this page with entire United schedule for upcoming season. ]

Manchester United 2017-18 Fixtures – Confirmed
16 July vs La Galaxy (Friendly) 03:00 am LA, USA
18 July vs Real Salt Lake (Friendly) 03:00 am Sandy, Utah, USA
21 July vs Manchester City (Friendly) 03:00 am Houston, USA
23 July vs Real Madrid (Friendly) 22:00 Santa Clara, CA
27 July vs FC Barcelona (Friendly) 00:30 Wembley, London
30 July vs Valerenga (Friendly) 18:00 TBA
02 August vs Sampdoria (Friendly) 19:45 TBA
08 August vs Real Madrid (Super Cup) 19:45 Philip II Arena, Skopje
12 August West Ham United 15:00 Old Trafford
19 August Swansea City 12:30 Liberty Stadium
26 August Leicester City 17:30 Old Trafford
09 September Stoke City 17:30 Bet365 Stadium
16 September Everton 16:00 Old Trafford
23 September Southampton 15:00 St Mary’s
30 September Crystal Palace 15:00 Old Trafford
14 October Liverpool TBC Anfield
21 October Huddersfield Town TBC Kirklees Stadium
28 October Tottenham Hotspurs TBC Old Trafford
04 November Chelsea TBC Stamford Bridge
18 November Newcastle United TBC Old Trafford

Manchester United ended their 2015-16 season on a high after winning the FA Cup 2016 beating Crystal palace 2-1 at Wembley. Louis Van Gaal was sacked a day later and Jose Mourinho has been appointmented as Manchester United manager. United will start their 2016-17 season with a pre-season tour of Asia as part of International Champions Cup where they will be playing Manchester City and Borussia Dortmund in China. Unlike the previous season’s this year pre-season tour is rather short with only two matches scheduled in China and United will return home for a training camp before they play community shield match against Leicester City on Sunday, 07 August 2016.

Jose Mourinho has a big task on his hand to improve United’s position in the league. Manchester United has failed to qualify for Champions League in 2 of three seasons since Sir Alex Ferguson retired. minimum requirement for Jose Mourinho is to qualify for champions league next season and do well in the cup competitions.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is most likely to sign for United and that will only strengthen their chances of success in the premier league next season.

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Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Boston Celtics: Live Stream Eastern Conference Finals

CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Cavaliers are battling for a spot in the NBA Finals, but they have to get through the Boston Celtics first.


Below is the complete schedule for the Eastern Conference Finals:

Game 1: Sunday, May 13, 3:30 p.m. (in Boston). Cavs lose 108-83.

Game 2: Tuesday, May 15, 8:30 p.m. (in Boston)

Game 3: Saturday, May 19, 8:30 p.m. (in Cleveland)

Game 4: Monday, May 21, 8:30 p.m. (in Cleveland)

Game 5: Wednesday, May 23, 8:30 p.m. (in Boston)*

Game 6: Friday, May 25, 8:30 p.m. (in Cleveland)*

Game 7: Sunday, May 27, 8:30 p.m. (in Boston)*

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Can’t make it to any of the games? Don’t worry. The Cavs are hosting watch parties for all road Quicken Loans Arena.

Watch party tickets are $5 with proceeds donated to local charities.

Doors open at 26 p.m. for Game 2. The first 1,000 fans through the doors will be given a free Cavs T-shirt.

For home games, fans can gather on the Gateway Plaza between Quicken Loans Arena and Progressive Field for Fan Fest. The event is free, and features games, live performances and food trucks.

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Cavaliers vs Celtics Live Stream, Picks, Predictions, Scores, odds


The Celtics continued their astounding postseason run with a blowout victory Sunday over the Cavaliers in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals. Now, Cleveland will attempt to avoid a two-game deficit when it faces Boston again Tuesday (8:30 p.m. ET) at TD Garden in the 2018 NBA playoffs.

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The Celtics are one-point sportsbook favorites, with the over-under for total points scored set at 202.5.

Whose advice should you follow to find the winner of Game 2? Look no further than SportsLine senior analyst Larry Hartstein. The veteran NBA handicapper is on a sizzling 17-7 run on his point-spread NBA playoff picks, and he’s also on a 9-2 run in games involving either Boston or Cleveland.

He upped both marks with a sterling Game 1 in which he accurately predicted a sleepwalking flat spot for the Cavaliers coming off their sweep of the Raptors. Hartstein confidently advised a strong play on the home underdog, and followers were rewarded when the Celtics posted a 108-83 victory.

Hartstein knows Cleveland had gotten the better of Boston in recent meetings, winning in five of their six previous trips to TD Garden. But, as Hartstein pointed out, these rebuilt Cavaliers don’t appear to have the same level of poise as their recent clubs boasted.

The determined Celtics wasted no time in building a 36-18 lead after the first quarter and a 61-35 edge at halftime. They repeatedly found high-percentage shots through precision in their half-court offense, both with layups and from 3-point range.

They shot 51.2 percent and had 27 assists on 43 field goals, while holding a massive 60-38 edge in points in the paint. Cleveland finished with 36 percent field-goal shooting, including 4 of 26 from 3-point range.

Jaylen Brown had 23 points and eight rebounds to lead the Celtics, who were one basket shy of having all five starters in double-figures. LeBron James had 15 points on 5-of-16 shooting to go along with nine assists, seven rebounds and seven turnovers in perhaps his worst playoff showing this season.

Hartstein has a surprising take on Game 2. You can see what it is, and who to back, at SportsLine.

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