What Bettors Should Know for Saturday, July 12

What Bettors Should Know for Saturday, July 12

1. World Cup

– Today Brazil takes on Netherlands in the World Cup Third-Place game at 4 pm ET. While there’s not a whole lot on the line for either team besides pride, historically this game has been known for it’s looseness and scoring and should be exciting to watch:

– The current total for this game is 3 with 55% of bettors on the Over, but view all the latest odds and betting percentages around the market for both games at our Free World Cup page.   

– Argentina faces Germany in the World Cup final on Sunday at 3 pm ET so check out our preview and pick for this game


2. NBA  LeBron James is heading back to Cleveland and we’ve got everything you need to know about the move including a timeline of odds changes, Cavs future prices, win totals, prop bets, and more.

– Following LeBron’s decision, the rest of the free agents are quickly finalizing their own destinations.

– With so many players moving to different teams, check out all the latest NBA Futures for the 2014-15 season.  


3. MLB – The full Home Run Derby field has now been announced with odds for each player to win.

– Rays SP David Price has been scratched from his start Saturday due to illness and could start Sunday if he’s better.

– Nationals SP Jordan Zimmermann had to leave last night’s start with a biceps injury and will not pitch in the All-Star Game.

– Astros OF George Springer was scratched from Friday’s lineup with a knee issue and is questionable for Saturday.

– Giants C Buster Posey missed last night’s game with a head injury and is questionable for Saturday.


4. Bet Labs

– We recently added WNBA to Bet Labs, so you can start creating your own systems or visit the Think Tank for any user-shared systems. If you’re wary about betting on a sport like the WNBA, check out our recent post on how you can use the software to follow the sharp money and create profitable systems.


5. NFL

– Which fantasy football players do oddsmakers believe are being undervalued based on their current Yahoo! rankings?

  1. Quarterbacks
  2. Running Backs
  3. Wide Receivers


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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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