- The Los Angeles Dodgers have -155 odds to beat the Atlanta Braves.
- The total runs in the game is set at 8 runs.
- The run line is set at 1.5 in favor of the LA Dodgers.
ARLINGTON, Tx.—As the MLB Playoffs continue, MLB fans and bettors have a lot to look forward to as Game 7 of the NLCS Championship between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Atlanta Braves is on the horizon.
Legal sports betting sites actually have the Dodgers favored going into this game which has an incredible storyline behind it as Los Angeles was actually down 3-1 at one point.
Atlanta Braves Vs. Los Angeles Dodgers Odds
- Moneyline: Dodgers (-155) vs. Braves (+135)
- Run Line: Dodgers -1.5
- Total: 8 Runs
Looking at the moneyline, MLB odds are looking in the Dodgers direction as the favorites. There is no question as to why the Dodgers are favored here as they have managed an incredible comeback and have had some of the shortest odds to win the World Series all season. They have the momentum full on their side and it is really showing. This should not be surprising as the Dodgers have played this well all season long with their league-leading 43-17 record.
As for the run line, bettors should be throwing their money at the Dodgers to cover the spread as in every win they got in this series, they have covered by two or more runs. Of those three games they covered, it includes a 7-3 win and a huge 15-3 win as well. Being that the Dodgers do have all of the momentum on their side, covering the spread should not be an issue as the Braves have fallen back to Earth in terms of winning this series.
Lastly, for the game total in runs, bettors can possibly continue to shoot their shot on the Over here as these have been somewhat high scoring games thus far. The Over for runs has hit in four of the six games played thus far in the series. Here in Game 7, bettors can surely expect both sides to come out swinging in hopes to move on to the World Series. They have both been hitting plenty of runs all series long and Game 7 should continue the same way.
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