Mise-o-jeu’s best Friday deals

Here are three sports betting offers available on Mise-o-jeu for Friday, November 25th that are worth a detour.

Hockey: Montreal Canadiens vs. Chicago Blackhawks

It is rare for the Habs to find themselves in the favourites’ chair this season and they have once again been relegated even though they will face the worst team in the Central Division.

The Hawks have only six wins in 19 games this season and have been beaten in their last five games.

Meanwhile, the Martin St. Louis men have won two of their last three games against bottom-place teams, stumbling only to the Buffalo Sabers.

They’ll have the chance to feast against one of the most penetrating defenses in the league and, who knows, put up a massive offense against the ninth worst shorthanded team.

Prediction: Canadian Victory – 2.05

Soccer: USA vs. England

In 2010, the Americans dealt a blow to the pride of an entire nation by drawing 1-1 with their Anglo-Saxon rivals.

The English will do everything they can to ensure that the United States have less chances of continuing their championship beyond the round robin.

The Three Lions’ 6-2 victory over Iran and a disappointing 1-1 draw for the Americans against Wales were a tough spot for the Uncle Sam representatives.

Prediction: England win – 1.50

Basketball: Indiana Pacers v. Brooklyn Networks

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The Pacers have been rolling at an incredible pace this season, having lost just three of their last 12 games, and are fourth in the NBA’s Eastern Conference.

Kevin Durant’s squad, hoping to find Kyrie Irving for the good ol’ days, doesn’t know the intended start to the season. The two lineups have crossed paths twice this season and have separated the honors so far.

The Nets will have to watch out for Hurricane Benedict Mathurin, who had a career-best game (32 points) during their first meeting.

What’s more, Quebec has been having some great times lately. He’s been over 20 points in his last two games.

Prediction: Pacers win – 2.30

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