Sports betting: the best Saturday offers on Mise-o-jeu +

Sports betting: Saturday's best deals on Mise-o-jeu+< /p> UPDATE DAY

Here are three sports betting offers available on the Mise-o-jeu + site for the day of Saturday February 4 that are worth a look. 

Hockey : Laval Rocket vs Toronto Marlies

Like the Montreal Canadiens, times are tough for his school club. The Rocket has just 17 wins this season. He faces the Toronto Marlies, who have won their last four games. Moreover, the Maple Leafs subsidiary has not suffered a setback this season against the Laval representatives. This season, when the Laval team plays a doubleheader against the same formation, it has not been able to win two games in a row. In addition, the Toronto squad excels on special teams. The Marlies have the best power play in the American League with a 26.4% save percentage. When short of a man, the Toronto team fare just as well with an 81% success rate.

Sermon: Toronto Marlies win – 1.83

Soccer: Arsenal FC v. Everton F.C.

It has been difficult to bet against Arsenal since the start of the Premier League season. Pointing to the top of the standings with 16 wins in 19 games, the “Gunners” will however have to show consistency by the end of the calendar to distance Manchester City. After an FA Cup defeat against these “Citizens” on Friday, Arsenal should bounce back, especially since Everton have not tasted victory… since October 22! Martin Odegaard, Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli should have fun at the expense of the club playing in Liverpool. In all competitions, Everton have posted a -8 differential in their last four games. And he will have to do his best to avoid relegation, he who occupies the 19th place in the table.

Prediction: Victory of Arsenal FC – 1.40

Martial arts mixed: Derrick Lewis v. Sergey Spivac 

During the next edition of UFC Fight Night, two heavyweights fond of K.-O. will battle it out in the main event. Since losing to Tom Aspinall in 2021, Spivac has easily got past Greg Hardy and Augusto Sakai, each time with hard ground strikes. He is expected to be the favorite against Lewis, once seen as one of the best in his category. Losses to Cyril Gane, Tai Tuivasa and Sergei Pavlovich, however, put the American in a tight spot. At 37, he is probably in his last moments in the octagon, and another setback could convince him to bow out. “The Black Beast” will not want to have any regrets at the end of this gala presented in Las Vegas.

Prediction: Derrick Lewis by K.-O., T.-K.-O., or disqualification – 3.40