ACS Champions FC ArgesACS Champions FC Arges Betting Trends


ACS Champions FC Arges STRAIGHT UP RECORD

ACS Champions FC Arges STRAIGHT UP STREAK

3 LOSSES IN A ROW

ACS Champions FC Arges AGAINST THE SPREAD RECORD

ACS Champions FC Arges AGAINST THE SPREAD STREAK

2 WINS IN A ROW

ACS Champions FC Arges TOTAL OVER / UNDER RESULTS

ACS Champions FC Arges TOTAL OVER / UNDER STREAK

1 UNDER IN A ROW

ACS Champions FC Arges AVERAGE GOALS FOR (GF)

0.6

ACS Champions FC Arges AVERAGE GOALS AGAINST (GA)

1.1

ACS Champions FC Arges AVERAGE GAME GOALS TOTAL (GF+GA)

1.7

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1876 - Joe Borden of Boston pitches the first no-hitter in NL history.

1884 - Knight of Ellersie, ridden by S. Fischer, wins the two-horse Preakness Stakes by two lengths over Welcher.

1901 - The Cleveland Indians score nine runs with two outs in the ninth inning to beat the Washington Senators 14-13.

1922 - Future World Heavyweight boxing champion Gene Tunney suffers his only professional defeat in 15-round unanimous points decision against Harry Greb at Madison Square Garden, N.Y.

1935 - The first major league night game, scheduled for Cincinnati, is postponed because of rain.

1936 - Rushaway, ridden by John Longden, wins his second derby in as many days, taking the 1 1/4-mile Latonia Derby at Latonia in Covington, Ky. Rushaway had won the 1 1/8-mile Illinois Derby, run at Aurora, Ill., the previous day.

1941 - In his 20th World Heavyweight Boxing title defense Joe Louis knocks out Buddy Baer in round 1 at New York's Madison Square Garden.

1953 - Native Dancer, ridden by Eric Guerin, avenges the loss in the Kentucky Derby by edging Jamie K. by a neck to win the Preakness Stakes.

1962 - Joe Pepitone 2nd NY Yankee to hit 2 HRs in 1 inning (Joe DiMaggio).

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1964 - Dale Greig runs female marathon world record (3:27:45).

1968 - AC Milan of Italy win 8th European Cup Winner's Cup against Hamburger SV of West Germany 2-0 in Rotterdam.

1976 - Boston center Dave Cowens dominates the opener of the NBA Finals against Phoenix with a 25-point, 21-rebound performance and the Celtics defeat the Suns, 98-87.

1981 - Puerto Rican boxer Wilfred Benitez (22) becomes the youngest 3-division world champion in history by knocking out WBC World Super Welterweight champion Maurice Hope in 12 rounds in Las Vegas.

1991 - Paul Dougherty scores two goals and adds two assists to help the San Diego Sockers win their fourth consecutive Major Indoor Soccer League championship with an 8-6 victory over the Cleveland Crunch.

1997 - In the first all-freshman singles final in NCAA history, Stanford's Lilia Osterloh beats Florida's M.C. White 6-1, 6-1 to win the women's singles tennis championship.

2001 - 9th UEFA Champions League Final: Bayern Munich beats Valencia (1-1, 5-4 on penalties) at Milan.

2002 - Los Angeles Dodgers' slugger Shawn Green becomes the 14th man in major league history to homer four times in a game and sets a big league record with 19 total bases. He is 6-for-6, scoring six times with seven RBIs in a 16-3 win at Milwaukee.

2005 - Anastasia Myskina is the first defending champion at the French Open to be eliminated in the opening round, losing to Spain's Maria Sanchez Lorenzo 6-4, 4-6, 6-0.

2007 - UEFA Champions League Final, Athens: Filippo Inzaghi scores twice as AC Milan beats Liverpool, 2-1 for 7th title.

2009 - Alabama sophomore Kelsi Dunne becomes the first player to throw back-to-back no-hitters in NCAA postseason play. Dunne holds Jacksonville State hitless for the second straight day in a 9-0 softball victory. The two no-hitters tie the NCAA postseason record. It's Dunne's fourth of the season and a school-record six for her career.

2013 - Patrick Roy is named head coach of the Colorado Avalanche, his former team where he won two Stanley Cups.

2018 - NFL owners approve new NFL national anthem policy whereby players required to stand if they choose to be on the field for pre-game presentations.

2021 - Phil Mickelson wins the 2021 PGA Championship by two strokes to become the oldest major winner (50) in PGA history.

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