What Bettors Should Know for Monday, August 25

What Bettors Should Know for Monday, August 25

MLB – Last night the Angels salvaged a win in their series against the Athletics to regain the AL West lead by 1 game.

– Tonight the Cardinals and Pirates begin a series in Pittsburgh, with St. Louis holding a slim lead in the NL Wild Card Race over the Braves, Giants, Pirates, Marlins, and Reds. However, Cincinnati is playing worse than anyone and have faded quickly after the All-Star break:

– You can now check out all the latest odds, line move moves, betting percentages, lineups, futures and more at our Free Live Odds page.

NFL – Rams QB Sam Bradford tore his ACL in his left knee again and will miss the entire 2014 season. Backup Shaun Hill will take over and while some believe Bradford has little impact on the field, he’s been worth 2 points so far for Week 1 and more than 1 win over the course of the year:

– View all the current Super Bowl odds and how they’ve changed over the course of the summer.

NCAAF – We’re just days away the College Football season to really begin, and many big name teams have made surprise QB decisions heading into the year:

EPL – The Louis Van Gaal era has not started off according to plan for Manchester United, as they dropped points in a 1-1 draw at Sunderland yesterday. 88% of bettors were on the Man Utd Money Line, 91% on the Goal Line, and 83% on the Over 2.5, all losers.

– The marquee game in Week 2 will be today between Manchester City and Liverpool, with City a -120 favorite at home (Liverpool +320, Draw +280).

Tennis – The US Open is underway today and with Rafael Nadal out on the Men’s side due to injury, players like Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic saw their odds to win it all improve greatly.

Emmy Awards – Emmy’s are tonight, make sure you get the best line if you decide to bet any winnners:

Dan McGuire

Dan McGuire is the Operations Manager and soccer specialist at Sports Insights. You can find him on Twitter (@ArsenalDMC) and he can be reached directly at dan.mcguire@actionnetwork.com.

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