For soccer there is no system. Simply plain old fashioned handicapping
For NFL and MLB there are systems of a sort
NFL is merely setting my own line and comparing that to the sportsbook. The bigger the variance between the two are the ones I will play
In MLB it is tracking pitchers in the 1st 5 innings only. Some pitchers who are really good I will play on a bunch and players who have really bad numbers I will fade. Two examples are Snell from Tampa Bay (play on) and Bailey from Cincinnati (play against).
Thanks Vic, I know that we will all use this. I want to put Darth on to this forum since he is a huge baseball fan and love fantasy and the numbers. I understand they do not go hand in hand, but I think he may be able to have some input and take our baseball thread to the next level (along with you Vic!)
As a spurs fan, I would love a point at the San Siro. I can’t objectively cap games for teams I actually like, but we have some pretty key injuries. Lloris, Alderwiereld, Trippier, and Dele Alli all didn’t make the trip. I hope Poch goes with a 4-3-3 because that would get the best 11 healthy bodies on the field, but I don’t know if he’ll be that aggressive on the road in the first group game. One can only hope!