On Thursday, a battle of NL East rivals is on the docket, with the New York Mets (18-9) visiting the Philadelphia Phillies (11-14) at 6:45 PM ET. On the mound for the Phillies will be Aaron Nola (1-3), opposed by the Mets’ Taijuan Walker. The Phillies (-145) are moneyline favorites at home over the Mets (+125).
Phillies vs Mets Game Lines: Moneyline, Spread, Total Runs
Phillies vs Mets Probable Starting Pitchers
Aaron Nola (RHP)
Taijuan Walker (RHP)
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When Nola starts a game and his team is the favorite on the moneyline, they have a record of 1-2.
In seven games as the favorite over the last 10 matchups, Philadelphia has a record of 4-3.
In their previous 10 games with a total, the Phillies and their opponents have combined to clear the over/under on six occasions.
The Phillies have been victorious in nine, or 50%, of the 18 contests they have been chosen as favorites in this season.
This season, Philadelphia has come away with a win seven times in 15 chances when named as a favorite of at least -145 or better on the moneyline.
The Phillies have an implied victory probability of 59.2% according to the moneyline set for this matchup.
Mets Betting Tips
The Mets were named the moneyline underdog for one Walker start this season — they lost.
In the last 10 games, New York has been listed as the moneyline underdog by bookmakers only one time, a game it won.
Over their last 10 matchups (all had set totals), the Mets combined with their opponents to hit the over on the total six times.
The Mets have been the underdog on the moneyline four total times this season. They’ve finished 2-2 in those games.
New York has yet to play as a moneyline underdog of +125 or longer.
Based on this matchup’s moneyline, the Mets’ implied win probability is 44.4%.