What to Bet On this Week at America’s Bookie
The annual MLB All Star break may signal one of the slowest weeks of the year on the sports betting calendar since baseball games do not resume until Friday, but there is still plenty of other action on the board at America’s Bookie over the next few days.
If you do want to bet on Tuesday night’s MLB All-Star Game, the current moneyline at America’s Bookie slightly favors the National League at -113 with the Washington Nationals’ ace Max Scherzer expected to get the start. The betting odds on the American League are set at +103 and it will go with Boston Red Sox ace Chris Sale as its starter. The total line in this 8 p.m. (ET) start at Marlins Park has been set at nine in a game that will be available nationally on FOX.
Anyone looking to bet on tennis this week can tap into the quarterfinal round at Wimbledon on both the men’s and women’s side of the bracket. This Grand Slam event has already had some twists and turns through the first full week of play. Heading into the next round, Roger Federer remains the favorite to win this year’s men’s title at +150 betting odds followed by Novak Djokovic (+300) and Andy Murray (+350). This year’s women’s title at Wimbledon is completely up for grabs with some of the top seeds out of the competition. Both Garbine Muguruza and Coco Vandeweghe are now set as slight +450 favorites to win with Johanna Konta (+500), Simona Halep (+500) and Venus Williams (+550) all in the mix.
The PGA Tour moves onto the John Deere Classic this week at TPC Deere Run in Silvis, Illinois, starting with first round action on Thursday, but many of the top US players will be teeing it up this week in the Scottish Open as one last prep event for next week’s Open Championship at Royal Birkdale Golf Club in Lancashire, England as the third Major on this season’s schedule.
Football ‘north of the border’ heats up with the weather as the CFL regular season moves to Week 4 with four inter-division battles on the slate. Things get underway on Thursday night with the Toronto Argonauts going on the road to face the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in an 8:30 p.m. start at Investors Group Field. Toronto leads the East Division at 2-1 (both straight-up and against the spread) and it has been opened by America’s Bookie as a three-point road underdog against the West’s Blue Bombers, who have gone 1-1 both SU and ATS in their first two games. The betting line for the total in this contest has been set at 52.5 points.
Some of the other betting action you will find on the board at America’s Bookie this week is in the WNBA with a full slate of four games on Wednesday’s schedule. The featured WNBA matchup on Thursday night in a 10:30 p.m. tip out on the West Coast pits the Connecticut Sun on the road against the Los Angeles Sparks. The Sun are currently leading the Eastern Conference at 10-7 heading into Wednesday’s road game against Seattle. The Sparks are two games off the pace set by Minnesota in the Western Conference at 12-5, but they have dropped their last two games. Be sure to check America’s Bookie for a complete set of betting lines for all of the WNBA games on this week’s slate.
Soccer action in this year’s Gold Cup continues this week with matches scheduled for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. One of the tightest matches on the board when it comes to betting odds could be Thursday’s El Salvador (+129) vs. Curacao (+200) tilt. The moneyline for a draw has been set at +200.
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