At Nationals Park on Tuesday, the New York Mets (20-10) play the Washington Nationals (10-20), fellow members of the NL East, at 7:05 PM ET. On the hill for the Mets will be Tylor Megill (4-1), matched up against the Nationals’ Patrick Corbin (0-5). Despite playing away from home the Mets are at -188 to win, compared to the Nationals at +158.
Mets at Nationals Game Lines: Moneyline, Spread, Total Runs
Mets at Nationals Probable Starting Pitchers
Tylor Megill (RHP)
Patrick Corbin (LHP)
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Mets Record Splits
Mets vs Nationals Recent Results
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4 – 6
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Up To $1,100 In First Bet Insurance Mets Betting Tips
Megill’s team has been victorious in 80% of the games he’s started as the moneyline favorite with a record of 4-1.
New York has been favored in eight of its past 10 games and won four of those matchups.
In their last 10 matchups with a total posted by oddsmakers, the Mets and their opponents are when it comes to hitting the over.
The Mets have come away with 17 wins in the 25 contests they have been listed as the favorites in this season.
New York has yet to lose in three games when named as moneyline favorite of -188 or better.
The Mets have an implied victory probability of 65.3% according to the moneyline set for this matchup.
Nationals Betting Tips
The Nationals were the underdog on the moneyline for five Corbin starts this season — they lost all of the games.
Washington has a 4-6 record across the 10 games it was the underdog on the moneyline in its last 10 matchups.
Over their last 10 outings, the Nationals and their opponents combined to go over the total six times.
The Nationals have been the moneyline underdog 25 total times this season. They’ve gone 8-17 in those games.
In games it has played as a moneyline underdog with odds of +158 or longer, Washington has a 3-3 record (winning 50% of its games).
Based on this game’s moneyline, the Nationals’ implied win probability is 38.8%.