Cleveland Indians versus Chicago Cubs Game 7 World Series Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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A World Series champion will be crowned in Game 7 as the Cleveland Indians will host the Chicago Cubs. The Indians and Cubs will get things started 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 -110 odds with the home team Cleveland Indians returning +100 odds. The run total is lined at seven runs.

The Cubs even up this series at 3-3 following the 9-3 road victory at the Cleveland Indians as a -149 betting favorite. The total went over 7 ½ runs.

Starting for the Cubs will be right hander Kyle Hendricks as he opposes Indians right hander Corey Kluber. The Cubs were facing elimination as they fell behind 3-1 in the World Series after a 7-2 victory by the Indians in Game 4. The Cubs have then rallied to win the next two games. They left Wrigley Field with the 3-2 home victory as Chicago went to the bullpen with Aroldis Chapman pitching an eight inning save. The series then moved to Cleveland for Game 6 and it was the Cubs wining 9-3. Chicago began the game with three runs in the first inning. Then in the third inning it was a grand slam by Addison Russell to give the Cubs a 7-0 lead as the game hit the bottom of the third inning. Cleveland then pushed across single runs in the fourth, fifth and ninth inning. With a huge lead the Cubs sent Chapman into the game where he tossed 1 1/3rd innings giving up one earned run. Indians starter Josh Tomlin lasted only 2 1/3rd innings where he allowed six earned runs and took the loss. Corey Kluber for the Indians has allowed just three earned runs total in five post season starts. He is working his third game in the World Series and is 2-0. Hendricks received a no decision in the 1-0 loss at home to Cleveland as he allowed no earned runs in 4 1/3rd innings on October 28th.

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