On Wednesday, the New York Mets (24-14) are hosting the St. Louis Cardinals (20-16), at 7:10 PM ET, in the third game of a four-game series. Max Scherzer (4-1) will start for the Mets, and Jordan Hicks (1-3) for the Cardinals. The Cardinals (+167) take their show on the road to face the favored Mets (-202).
Mets vs Cardinals Game Lines: Moneyline, Spread, Total Runs
Mets vs Cardinals Probable Starting Pitchers
Max Scherzer (RHP)
Jordan Hicks (RHP)
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Mets Record Splits
Mets vs Cardinals Recent Results
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Up To $1,100 In First Bet Insurance Mets Betting Tips
Scherzer’s team has won 66.7% of his starts when they are favored on the moneyline (4-2).
In nine games as the favorite over the last 10 matchups, New York has a record of 4-5.
In their last 10 games with an over/under, the Mets and their opponents have combined to clear the total three times.
The Mets have won in 20, or 62.5%, of the 32 contests they have been named as odds-on favorites in this year.
New York has been listed as a favorite of -202 or more on two occasions this season and split those games.
The moneyline set for this matchup implies the Mets have a 66.9% chance of coming away with a victory in the contest.
Cardinals Betting Tips
The Cardinals are 1-3 in Hicks’ four starts this season that they were the moneyline underdog.
St. Louis has a 3-3 record from the six games it was moneyline underdogs over its last 10 matchups.
In their last 10 outings (all 10 of them had set totals), the Cardinals and their opponents combined to hit the over four times.
The Cardinals have been the moneyline underdog 18 total times this season. They’ve finished 10-8 in those games.
St. Louis has not yet played as a moneyline underdog of +167 or longer.
The Cardinals have a 37.5% chance to win this game based on the moneyline’s implied probability.