St Louis Cardinals versus Cincinnati Reds Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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Sunday Night Baseball will be a battle between two National League Central rivals when the St Louis Cardinals will be the road squad as they face the Cincinnati Reds. The Cardinals and Reds will start things from Cincinnati at 8PM Eastern Time and ESPN will provide the live TV coverage.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the road team St Louis Cardinals favored by -115 odds with the return on the home standing Cincinnati Reds at +105 odds. The run total is lined at 8 ½ runs. Bettors who chose to lay the -1 ½ runs with the St Louis Cardinals on the run line will get back +135 odds for their wager. Those who would like a +1 ½ run head start with Cincinnati will have to lay -155 odds for their run line wager.

These two AL Central clubs opened up their series on Friday night with the Cardinals posting a 9-2 road win as a -129 betting odds favorite. St Louis jumped all over Mike Leake of the Reds and their relievers as they built up the 7-0 lead after their at bats in the top of the seventh inning. Six Cardinals had two hits apiece. Cincinnati sets up the rubber game of this series as the Reds pick up a 4-2 home victory on Saturday as a -152 betting odds favorite to knot the series at 1-1. Mat Latos gave the Reds a very good performance as he goes a full seven innings and gives up two earned runs on eight hits. The starters for Sunday night baseball will be Lance Lynn going for St Louis while he faces the veteran Bronson Arroyo for the Cardinals. Lynn is off to a great start for the Red Birds with a record of 8-1 and an ERA of just 2.67. St Louis has done a great job of getting run support for Lynn by pushing across six runs per game in his 12 outings. In three of Arroyo’s past five starts he allowed no earned runs.

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