What Bettors Should Know for Tuesday, June 3

1. College Football

– Yesterday 5Dimes posted 2014 season win totals for over 30 of the most prominent Division 1 schools. Although the season is still months away, don’t forget to view the 2014-15 Heisman Futuresthe 2014-15 NCAA Championship Futures and the new 4-team playoff odds.

2. MLB

– Last week we published an article detailing how sharp MLB bettors can profit from reverse line movement.

– Other key injuries include:

Angels OF Mike Trout, Back, Probable
Angels OF Josh Hamilton, Thumb, Probable
Yankees 1B Mark Teixeira, Wrist, Questionable
Athletics 1B Brandon Moss, Calf, Questionable
Reds OF Billy Hamilton, Elbow, Probable 

– For the latest injury news and information, don’t forget to check out our MLB injuries page.

3. NHL

– The Stanley Cup Finals begin tomorrow with the Los Angeles Kings (-155) hosting the New York Rangers (+140). According to our NHL betting trends, the betting is perfectly split with each team receiving 50% of moneyline bets. Click here to view our 2014 Stanley Cup Preview.

4. NBA

– The NBA Finals don’t begin until Thursday night when the San Antonio Spurs (-4) will host the Miami Heat.

5. World Cup

– Over the past several months we’ve been monitoring and updating the 2014 World Cup Odds at a number of offshore sportsbooks.

– Wondering how the United States stacks up to the competition? Yesterday we posted an article detailing USA’s World Cup betting odds.

– The World Cup begins next Thursday with Croatia taking on Brazil, so we’d like to remind Sportsbook Insider customers to add the World Cup to their live odds page.

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David Solar

David Solar is the Content Manager at Sports Insights. He specializes in sports betting analytics and creating data-driven betting systems. He can be reached directly at david@sportsinsights.com or on twitter at @TheDavidSolar.

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