Cleveland Indians versus Chicago Cubs Game 6 World Series Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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The World Series continues on Tuesday November 1st as the Chicago Cubs meet the Cleveland Indians in Game 6 of MLB action. The Indians and Cubs play baseball from Cleveland at 8PM Eastern Time and FOX has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team Chicago Cubs favored by -150 odds with the return on the underdog Cleveland Indians at +135 odds. The run total is set at 7 runs.

The Chicago Cubs move within 3-2 of the Indians with the 3-2 victory in Game 5. Indians starter Trevor Bauer had a bad fourth inning as Chicago was able to push across three runs. Jon Lester went six innings for Chicago and allowed two run. The Cubs went to their bullpen with Carl Edwards getting one out then left hander Aroldis Chapman coming into the game in the seventh inning and recording an eight out save to preserve the victory. The Indians fought back to make it a one run deficit in the end because their bullpen did solid work. Cleveland used three relievers and got four scoreless innings from them.

The pitching matchup for Tuesday will feature right hander Jake Arrieta for the Cubs as he will face Indians right hander Josh Tomlin. Arrieta last worked at Cleveland in Game 2 of the World Series as the Cubs earned the 5-1 road victory. The Chicago right hander pitched 5 2/3rds and got the victory by allowing one earned run and two hits over 5 2/3rd innings. Prior to that start he was shelled by the LA Dodgers hitters allowing four earned runs and six hits in five innings in defeat.

Josh Tomlin has pitched in great form as the right hander has allowed one earned run or less in two straight post season starts and in six of his past eight appearances. Tomlin threw in Game 3 and received a no decision in a 1-0 road victory at the Cubs by allowing no earned runs and two hits in 4 2/3rd innings of work.

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