- Hawaii is favored to win the Little League World Series with +200 odds.
SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — The Little League World Series is just getting started, and with that comes different betting odds.
The LLWS will run from Thursday all the way up until August 29 and is held in South Williamson, Pennsylvania. All of the LLWS games can be seen on ESPN.
As the odds sit, legal sports betting sites have Hawaii as the favorite to walk away with the championship.
2021 Little League World Series Odds
- Hawaii +200
- Pennsylvania +300
- Tennessee +375
- Minnesota +500
- Louisiana +700
- California +900
- Washington +900
- Florida +1000
- New Jersey +1100
- Texas +1200
- New Hampshire +2000
- South Dakota +2200
- Oregon +2500
- Connecticut +3300
- Nebraska +3300
- Ohio +3300
Hawaii’s Little League WS odds on BetOnline are sitting ahead of the rest being that they got off to a strong start in the opening game. In their World Series opener, they showed just how dominant they are with a 9-1 victory over Connecticut – a team that made noise in their regional round.
This was a great win for Hawaii as they look to win their second Little League World Series title since 2018 and got off to a hot start.
Little League World Series Betting
Another team to keep an eye on is Nebraska. Despite their longer odds situation, Nebraska won their opener as well with a 5-2 win over New Jersey. This is a notable win for Nebraska being that New Jersey sits significantly ahead of them on the odds board at +1100.
With the World Series opening games now in the books, there is a full slate of games on Friday to look forward to starting at 1:00 p.m. EST between Pennsylvania (-350) and Oregon (+275).
The rest of the games include Michigan vs. Florida, Louisiana vs. South Dakota, and Washington vs. Texas.
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