What Bettors Should Know for Tuesday, June 17

1. Soccer

- The World Cup continues today with three exciting games, headlined by Mexico vs. Brazil at 3:00PM eastern time. Keep track of the latest World Cup odds, public betting percentages, line moves & more with our free World Cup Central.

- Yesterday the United States defeated Ghana 2-1 behind the strength of a John Brooks game-winning goal in the 86th minute. Their next game is scheduled for Sunday at 6:00PM eastern against Portugal.

2. MLB

- Update: This season MLB underdogs receiving less than 30% of moneyline bets have gone 154-192 for +13.39 units and a 3.9% ROI.

- Last week we detailed the impact that low-scoring MLB games have had on totals (Over/Unders). Click here to read the full article.

- Other key injuries for today’s games include:

Giants C/1B Buster Posey, Head, Probable
Astros 2B Jose Altuve, Hand, Probable
Orioles C Matt Wieters, Elbow, Out For Year
Tigers OF Torii Hunter, Hamstring, Questionable
Royals C Salvador Perez, Calf, Questionable
Indians OF Michael Brantley, Head, Questionable

- For the latest injury and lineup information, make sure to check out our MLB injury page.

3. NBA

- The season has ended and the San Antonio Spurs are the new league champions, but the Heat are still the oddsmakers favorites to win the title in 2015. Click here to see the 2014-15 NBA Futures.

4. NHL

- The Los Angeles Kings may be the reigning Stanley Cup Champions, but the Bruins and Blackhawks (+800) are the early favorites to win in 2015. Click here to see the 2014-15 NHL Futures.

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