The Washington Nationals (10-21) will host the New York Mets (21-10), in the second game of a three-game series, Wednesday at 7:05 PM ET. The Mets will give the start to Tylor Megill (4-1), and the Nationals will turn to Aaron Sanchez (1-2). The Mets are currently a moderate moneyline favorite (-184) on the road at the Nationals (+155).
Mets at Nationals Game Lines: Moneyline, Spread, Total Runs
Mets at Nationals Probable Starting Pitchers
Tylor Megill (RHP)
Aaron Sanchez (RHP)
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Megill’s team is 4-1 this season when he starts and they are the moneyline favorite.
In eight games as the favorite over the last 10 matchups, New York has a record of 4-4.
In their last 10 games with an over/under, the Mets and their opponents have combined to clear the total five times.
The Mets have been favorites in 26 games this season and have come away with the win 18 times (69.2%) in those contests.
New York has been a -184 moneyline favorite on three occasions this season and won every game.
The moneyline set for this matchup implies the Mets have a 64.8% chance of coming away with a victory in the contest.
Nationals Betting Tips
The Nationals have a 1-2 record in Sánchez’s three starts this season when they were the underdog on the moneyline.
Washington played as the moneyline underdog for each of its last 10 games, and finished 4-6 in those matchups.
Over their last 10 outings (all had set totals), the Nationals combined with their opponents to go over the run total six times.
The Nationals have won 30.8% of the games this season they were the moneyline underdog (8-18).
When playing as a moneyline underdog with odds of +155 or longer, Washington has a record of 3-4 (42.9%).
Based on this game’s moneyline, the Nationals have an implied win probability of 39.2%.