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2018 FIL Lacrosse Lines – Day 3 Results

Day 3 is in the books at the 2018 FIL World Lacrosse Championships – we have 2018 FIL Lacrosse Lines to talk about!

Day 3 is done and in the books for the 2018 FIL World Lacrosse Championships and that means we have line results to talk about! To check out our predictions and the results of our predictions for Day 1 and Day 2, click HERE. Below you can find Day 3 results, and Day 4 preview lines. It’s 2018 FIL Lacrosse Lines time.

Stay up to date on TODAY’s lacrosse lines, and all of the daily lines, HERE)

Games where I picked the winner will be highlighted in BOLD. Games where I got the winner wrong will be highlighted in RED… and I had my first straight up missed prediction of the tourney today so it’s my first RED mark of the 2018 event. I’m still feeling confident, but as I’ve said before, things only get harder from here!

2018 FIL Lacrosse Lines

Have you been watching games on ESPN channels and ESPN+? You really should be!

Friday July 13th FIL Lacrosse Lines

Jamaica v Russia – JAM by 9.5 goals – Jamaica won 17-7, beating the spread by .5 goals.
Norway v Japan – JPN by 8.5 goals – Japan won 24-3, beating the spread by 12.5 goals.
Korea v France – FRA by 1.5 goals – France won 10-6, beating the spread by 2.5 goals.
China v Denmark – DEN by 2.5 goals – Denmark won 14-4, beating the spread by 7.5 goals.
Argentina v Hungary – HUN by 4.5 goals – Argentina won 14-6, covering the spread with a W!
Spain v Croatia – SPA by 4.5 goals – Spain won 12-9. Croatia covered the spread by 1.5 goals.
Austria v Colombia – AUS by 5.5 goals – Austria won 13-7, beating the spread by .5 goals.
Philippines v Czech Republic – PHI by 2.5 goals – Philippines won 11-6, beating the spread.
Slovakia v Taiwan – SLO – PUSH! Neither team favored! Slovakia won 13-1, beating the spread.
Puerto Rico v Wales – PR by 4.5 goals – Puerto Rico won 16-4, beating the spread by 7.5 goals.
Turkey v Peru – PER by .5 goals – Peru won 18-11, beating the spread.
Mexico v Greece – GRE by 4.5 goals – Greece won 13-8, beating the spread by .5 goals.
Poland v Hong Kong – HK – PUSH! – Hong Kong won 9-7, spread within 2 goals.
Luxembourg v Uganda – UGA by 1.5 goals – Uganda won 7-6. Lux covered the spread by .5 goals.

Friday Blue Division FIL Lacrosse Lines

Australia Vs Scotland – AUS by 3.5 goals – Australia won 18-6, beating the spread by 8.5 goals.
Canada Vs England – CAN by 12.5 goals – Canada won 12-6. England covered the spread.

Out of 31 games played so far I got one predicted winner wrong. Well done, Argentina! That team is doing a lot better than I expected, and the only thing that will slow them down seems to be face offs. Or not. I’ve been wrong about them quite a bit. That’s fun!

Out of the 16 games played today, I picked the winner correctly in 15 of them, and two games were push games for scores, which are dumb. I won’t do any more of those. Six of my predicted goal differentials fell within 2 goals of my predicted difference and four games were within half a goal.

Check out the UPDATED lines for tomorrow’s games, below!

Saturday July 14th FIL Lacrosse Lines

Russia v Israel – ISR by 14.5 goals
Japan v Netherlands – JPN by 16.5 goals
France v Germany – GER by 12.5 goals
Denmark v Ireland – IRL by 9.5 goals
Hungary v Sweden – SWE by 13.5 goals
Croatia v New Zealand – NZ by 11.5 goals
Colombia v Finland – FIN by 14.5 goals
Belgium v Philippines – PHI by 7.5 goals
Taiwan v Switzerland SWI by 9.5 goals
Bermuda v Puerto Rico – PR by 9.5 goals
Peru v Italy – ITA by 9.5 goals
Greece v Latvia – LAT by 1.5 goals
Luxembourg v Poland – POL by 14.5 goals
Hong Kong v Uganda – HK by 9.5 goals

Saturday Blue Division FIL Lacrosse Lines

USA Vs Australia – USA by 13.5 goals
Iroquois Vs England – IRO by 5.5 goals
Canada Vs Scotland – CAN by 10.5 goals

We will see how this all pans out tomorrow.

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