St. Louis vs Milwaukee Prediction & Preview

St. Louis vs Milwaukee Prediction St. Louis vs Milwaukee Prediction

Tipster: sors
Prediction: 1 AH - 1.50 (FT+OT)
Odds: 1.93
Stake: 25
Bookie: 10Bet
Start GMT+0: 10.09.2016 00:15
League: MLB USA
Category: Baseball Prediction Baseball Prediction
Result: lost
Result: 4-3
Profit: -25
Add date: 09.09.2016 21:20
Preview: The Baseball match between St. Louis vs Milwaukee will take place on 10.09.2016 in MLB USA. The tipster sors gives the betting prediction a win for St. Louis with an Asian Handicap of - 1.50 in the Full + Over Time and stakes 25 at the odds 1.93 from 10Bet. From this Baseball prediction the tipster sors can make a possible profit of 23.25.

Preview from sors:
Carlos Martinez (13-7 with a 3.07 ERA) will start for the Cardinals in the second game of their four-game series against the visiting Milwaukee Brewers.The right-hander is obviously in a good form lately, as he's allowed two or fewer earned runs in each of his last four starts.In addition to that, Martinez is 3-1 with a 1.64 ERA in seven career starts against the Brewers.Milwaukee turns to Jimmy Nelson (7-13 with a 4.36 ERA), who surrendered four or more runs in six of his ten starts after the All=Star break.Nelson had problems in most of his previous six starts against the Cardinals, posting a 7.39 ERA in those six outings.I think that St. Louis Cardinals are capable to win that game with more than one run difference.

Betting Prediction: a win for St. Louis with an Asian Handicap of - 1.50 in the Full + Over Time

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