I have a sportbook website that takes lines/odds from [url removed, login to view] ([url removed, login to view] provides their XML Feed freely so you don't need to mess with parsing the site, etc).
We've made the program that fetches the lines from PinnacleSports unfortunately it gets some of the lines incorrectly, I cannot point you on specific mistakes because it is not static, sometimes it gets the odds/lines in MLB incorreclty, sometimes in the NBA, etc (Randomally).
The file is attached ([url removed, login to view]) which is probably the problem. [url removed, login to view] does the XML parsing ([url removed, login to view] is attached as well), using XML functions and it also downloads the XML file. The [url removed, login to view] is using it to download and process the relevant XML feed and then it takes the resulting object, manipulates it and inserts it to the DB.
Please review the bid request properly, if you have a decent skill with xml, php and db structure then you should solve the problem easily, I can promise a decent bonus for the one who'll complete it within 1 day.
Looking forward for your bids!
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