St Louis Cardinals versus Cincinnati Reds Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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With the NFL and college football returning to action on Thursday it will be the Major League Baseball pennant races that take center stage for Tuesday September 3rd as the St Louis Cardinals continue their series against the Cincinnati Reds from the hotly competitive NL Central division. The Cardinals and Reds will get things started from Cincinnati at 7:10PM Eastern Time and the MLB Network provide the national television broadcast.

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The odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home team Cincinnati Reds favored by -143 odds with the return on the road underdog St Louis Cardinals at +133 odds. The run total is set at 8 ½ runs with under favored by -115 odds and over the total returning -105 odds to bettors. Those who bet the run line with the Cincinnati Reds and lay the -1 ½ runs will get back +150 odds. Bettors choosing to take the +1 ½ run head start with the St Louis Cardinals will have to lay -170 odds for their run line wager.

A check of the current NL Central standings and we find the St Louis Cardinals trailing by 1 game to the Pittsburgh Pirates for the top spot. Cincinnati lies in third place in the division trailing by 3 ½ games to the Pittsburgh Pirates. In the wildcard chase the St Louis Cardinals hold a 9 ½ game lead over the Arizona Cardinals with just 25 games remaining. Cincinnati has just 24 games left to be played and hold a seven game lead for the final playoff spot. The St Louis Cardinals are in the midst of the slump as the club has dropped four of their past five games and in those four losses the team was only able to score a total of three runs. Cincinnati has also had tough sledding dropping five of their past eight games. They returned home off a six game road trip and defeated St Louis in game one of this series 7-2.

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