Sports betting: Monday's best offers on Mise-o-jeu

Here are three sports betting offers available on the Mise-o-jeu site for the day of Monday, December 26 that are worth the detour.

Sports betting: Monday's best offers on Mise-o-jeu

Here are three sports betting offers available on the Mise-o-jeu site for the day of Monday, December 26 that are worth the detour.

Hockey (WJC): Canada vs. Czech Republic

Canada has a real steamroller on offense. The Canadians scored 17 goals in the three preseason games. With Connor Bedard, Shane Wright, Joshua Roy, Adam Fantilli, Olen Zellweger and Dylan Guenther. This offense will be very difficult to stop and will score many goals throughout the tournament. With Bedard waking up and scoring twice in the last game against Finland, we can therefore believe that he will be full of confidence – which could be practically impossible to paralyze. Defensively, the Canadians were quite effective during the preparatory phase, but the Finns managed to surprise them with quick raises. Also, on occasion, the five maple leaf players on the rink had difficulty getting out of the defensive zone in the second period, when the bench was on the opposite side.

Prediction: Over 7.5 goals in total – 2.08

Hockey (WJC): United States v. Latvia

Just like Canada, the United States have good depth on offense. As the Latvian defense is certainly not one of the powerhouses, so it is to be expected that the Americans' offensive forces will manage to enter the Latvian zone with ease. The Quebecer, with American nationality, Thomas Bordeleau, Logan Cooley (third overall choice in the last draft), Brett Berard and Matthew Knies will be ones to watch on Monday and will certainly give the opposing players a hard time. Maybe the players from the European country will manage to score at least one goal in order to help you achieve the goal.

Prediction: Over 7.5 goals in total – 1.98

Football : Chargers de Los Angeles c. Colts Indianapolis

Justin Herbert had a rather dark period in terms of passing touchdowns. He's only reached two touchdowns twice in the last five games, preferring to go with the ground game with star running back Austin Ekeler and even with Joshua Kelley. However, he might want to take advantage of the fact that he faces a defense that is surely still reeling from the historic rise of the Minnesota Vikings last week.

Prediction: Justin Herbert 1.5+ touchdown passes – 1.62

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