What Bettors Should Know for Thursday, August 28

What Bettors Should Know for Thursday, August 28


– The real opening night of the college football season begins tonight, headlined by Texas A&M-South Carolina, Ole Miss-Boise State, Temple-Vanderbilt and Rutgers-Washington State. Check out all the latest line moves, betting percentages, injuries and more at our Free Live Odds page.

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– There’s now a race in every single division as the Nationals and Orioles have seen their leads slip in the NL and AL East respectively. Washington leads Atlanta by 6.5 games and Baltimore leads the Yankees by 6 games.

– In the NL Central, the Pirates are closing the gap on the Brewers and Cardinals, but St. Louis expects to get All-Star catcher Yadier Molina back for this weekend. Here are all the key injuries for today and tomorrow’s games:

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– Cleveland Browns WR Josh Gordon will be gone for the entire year due to a drug suspension.

– If you haven’t already drafted your Fantasy Football team, you’re probably getting set to this weekend- get prepared by seeing how oddsmakers’ view player rankings:


– 2 Weeks are in the books in the Barclay’s Premier League enters as we enter Week 3 of its 38-week season, highlighted by Everton/Chelsea and Tottenham/Liverpool.

– The UEFA Champions League Round of 32 draw will also take place today, and we’ll be sure to update the odds to win it all as soon as the groups are selected. You can still get an early preview of what the odds have looked like over the summer.


– The US Open continues but two of the Women’s favorites have already been knocked out. Agnieszka Radwanska (+1800 before the tournament to win it all) and Sloane Stephens (+4000 before the tournament) have been eliminated, showing why the “Field” was listed at just +1200 before the tournament.

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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