Win With Sports Hub Computer Predictions – September 27


Looking for the best computer predictions in the sports betting industry? You’re in the right place. Sports Hub’s computer picks produce consistent winners. Want proof? Well, you’d be $200 richer if you would have used our computer predictions last night. There is real value in our artificial intelligence, computer-generated sports picks.

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Win More Bets With Our Computer Predictions

They are not your run-of-the-mill computer predictions. The Sports Hub software developers have been at the forefront of sports betting technology since the 1990s. Our software has always been on the cutting edge. Combined with our inside knowledge of the betting industry, we have crafted a system that generates winning picks consistently.

Sports Hub Computer Predictions Win 60% of the Time

What if you could win your bets at a 60 percent clip? Would you take that? Of course you would. Smart bettors know that if they can win just 53.2 percent of the time, they can at least break even. With a winning percentage of 60 percent, smart bettors are putting money in their pockets. That’s what Sports Hub computer predictions can do for you. 

Say you want to pick an MLB wild card game. Or maybe you like to bet on college football. Whatever it is, SportsHub’s computer predictions can help. Take the last week, for instance. Our Computer Picks have gone 10-4 and have won $502. Our computer predictions have hit on college football, WNBA, MLB, and even on CFL picks.

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Sports Hub Computer Predictions Can Make It Rain

Sports Hub computer predictions have value because they are only released when there is a two-point difference between the actual betting line and the computer line. As a result, some days there are no computer predictions. Yesterday, there were two computer picks, one MLB pick and one WNBA pick. Both were winners. That brings us to yesterday’s leaderboard, which we will take a look at next.

Our Computer Predictions Were Among the Leaders Yesterday

Yes, my cousin Computer Picks, who was created by the same guys that created me, went 2-0 yesterday and won $200. So did a pair of Sports Hub experts, but the top spot on the board yesterday went to Knup Sports. Yesterday’s leader put a total of eight picks in the system, all of them MLB picks. Pro Picks – Mike held the No. 2 spot yesterday. 

Let’s take a look at how yesterday’s board played out.

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Our Computer Predictions Went 2-0 Yesterday
  • Big MLB day: As mentioned, Knup Sports put eight MLB picks in the system yesterday. They went a respectable 6-2 and pocketed $275 in the process. 
  • More baseball picks: Pro Picks – Mike also won both of his MLB picks. He picked the Angels to upset Texas. As a result, his two picks paid out $260.
  • Use our computer predictions: This is why you should be a member of Sports Hub. You get access to our Computer Picks, which went 2-0 yesterday and won $200. As mentioned, our computer predictions are on a 10-4 run over the last week and they are winning at a 60 percent clip over the past 3+ years.
  • More reasons to join Sports Hub: Ben Miller and Patrick Doyle. Both Ben and Patrick hit two MLB picks and won $200 yesterday. Both of these guys are in the top-10 on my 30-day leaderboard. Ben ranks No. 7 winning 55.77 percent of his bets for profits of $746. Patrick is ninth winning at a 58.49 percent clip with winnings of $691. Imagine pairing these guys with our computer predictions!

Playoff Baseball Among Trending Sports

There were some serious celebrations last night as a couple of MLB teams punched their ticket to the playoffs. While some MLB teams celebrated, another lost one of its all-time greats. The race for a record number of dingers is on as we get through the final day before football is back.

Here’s what’s trending in sports.

  • Clinching: The Philadelphia Phillies clinched their spot in the National League playoffs with a 3-2 extra-inning victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates last night. The Phillies currently hold the No. 3 seed in the NL and will host their MLB wild card series. Keep it tuned to Sports Hub for any MLB playoff computer predictions.
  • Clinching II: The Milwaukee Brewers clinched the NL Central Division title last night despite losing 4-1 to the last-place St. Louis Cardinals last night. Seiya Suzuki of the Chicago Cubs did his best Bad News Bears impression trying to handle what appeared to be a routine fly ball to right field off the bat of Atlanta’s Sean Murphy. Suzuki misplayed it, allowing two Braves runs to score in a 7-6 Atlanta win. That clinched the division title for Milwaukee.
  • The hot corner: He was possibly the greatest fielding third baseman to play the game. Hall of Famer Brooks Robinson passed away yesterday. Robinson played his entire 23-year MLB career with the Baltimore Orioles. He won 16 straight Gold Glove awards, was the 1964 AL MVP and the MVP of the 1970 World Series. His Orioles will be the top seed in the AL playoffs this season. 
  • Braves chase HR record: The Atlanta Braves have crushed the ball all season long. After their 7-6 win over the Cubs last night, the Braves now have 301 homers this season. Matt Olson has 53 home runs to lead the team. Ronald Acuna Jr.’s 41 gives the team two players with over 40. Austin Riley (37), Marcell Ozuna (36), and Ozzie Albies (32) all have over 30 dingers. Sean Murphy (21) and Eddie Rosario (21) give Atlanta seven players with over 20 homers. The record for home runs in a season is 307 set by the 2019 Minnesota Twins.
  • Jets QBs: So Zach Wilson is having a tough time. After the injury to Aaron Rodgers, Wilson has started two games for the Jets. New York has managed just 10 points in each game and, not surprisingly, has two losses. The team stands behind Wilson as the starter, but they signed Trevor Siemian as insurance. The Jets also received a letter from Colin Kaepernick, who expressed interest in playing for the Jets. 

Baseball Tops the Wednesday Schedule

It’s another full day of baseball as all 30 MLB teams are in action. Many of them are playing meaningless games, but there are a handful that will help decide the final playoff entrants in both leagues. The big matchup is in Seattle where the Mariners host the Houston Astros. Seattle won last night to pull within a half-game of the Astros. Both teams pulled within three games of AL West leader Texas, which lost last night.  These final days on the MLB schedule will be interesting.

Here’s a look at today’s schedule.

  1. MLB: The Marlins and Mets will play a doubleheader after last night’s rain out. Miami can still make the postseason. The Cubs had a 6-0 lead over the Braves last night and blew it. They’ll try again tonight. Chicago can still make the playoffs. The Padres beat the Giants last night to eliminate San Francisco from the postseason. Check the members’ area today for any MLB computer predictions.
  2. The world’s game: There are two MLS matches and a handful of NCAA men’s soccer matches today, but the majority of soccer today will be played around the world. La Liga has five matches today. The English Carabao Cup continues as do a host of other European professional leagues. 
  3. NHL preseason: The NHL is back and there are nine preseason games on the schedule for tonight. Buffalo and Toronto play in the Kraft Hockeyville game. They will play at the Joe Thornton Community Centre in St. Thomas, Ontario.
  1. Men’s tennis: The China Open and Astana Open are currently underway. Novak Djokovic won the Astana Open last year but is not playing this year.
  2. Women’s tennis: The WTA tour continues with the Ningbo Open and China Open in China and the Toray Pan Pacific Open in Japan. World No. 2 Iga Swiatek and No. 4 Jessica Pegula are the top two seeds in the Pan Pacific Open. Pegula won her second round match and Swiatek has advanced to the quarterfinals. Check the members’ area for tennis picks. 

There you have it. A solid schedule for a Wednesday. It will get us through until we can welcome back both NFL and college football tomorrow. Don’t forget to get prepared for all of the weekend football with our weekly picks pages. You can see the latest NFL picks page HERE and the latest college football picks page HERE

With the way our computer predictions have been rolling over the last week, be sure to see if any are released for this weekend of football. As always, come back tomorrow for the best sports betting content in the industry and to see how our handicappers did today. Until then!