2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup Quarterfinals
Canada vs England
BC Place – Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Saturday, June 27, 2015, 7:30 pm Eastern, TV: Fox Sports 1, NBC Universo
Spread: Canada +1/2 (+136) / England +1/2 (-151)
Money Line: Canada +137 / England +263 / Draw +202
Odds to Advance: Canada -160 / England +140
Total: under 2 (-141) / over 2 (+126)
All Odds Courtesy of 5Dimes Sportsbook

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Ultimate Fighting Championships presents UFC 131
Saturday, June 11, 2011, 9:00 pm Eastern, TV: Pay-per-view
Rogers Center, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Last July, Brock Lesnar and Shane Carwin fought a memorable bout at UFC 116. Ironically, Carwin replaces an ill Lesnar at UFC 131 in a heavyweight bout against Junior Dos Santos.

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Ultimate Fighting Championship
UFC 129: St. Pierre-Shields
Saturday, April 30, 2011, 9:00 pm Eastern, TV: Pay-per-view
Rogers Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Georges St. Pierre and Jake Shields battle at UFC 129 in Toronto for St. Pierre's UFC Welterweight title.

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Spain is the heavy favorite to come out of group D
Here is a breakdown of the teams that have any chance at all of winning the 2010 FIBA World Championship. Rather than attempt to pick the actual team that will win this, I will highlight some of the best odds for placing what could be long shot bets, but could turn out to be the most profitable. Again, I am not suggesting the teams I pick to be good bets to be the best bet to actually win it, but rather the best payout with respect to the odds AND chance of winning.

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Olympic Bet of the Day – Wow, that was frustrating. I won the first three legs of my parlay, and after two periods of the hockey game Slovakia was up 3-1 and cruising. The reason I picked them in the game was because they closed so strong against Canada, while Finland collapsed under pressure. Contrary to logic, then, it was Finland who mounted a rally – four goals in the third – while Slovakia collapsed and felt sorry for themselves. Ah well, clearly not meant to be. That means that I am now down $280 over the games. There’s only one bet to make today – Canada to win the gold medal. They are -127 to win in regulation. I’ll bet $357 on the game – that way I’ll profit $281, and at least make a profit on the two weeks.

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