Game: Cincinnati Reds @ Atlanta Braves (Listed Pitchers: Mat Latos, Tim Hudson)
When: Friday, at 9:10 am AEST (Live on Foxtel)
Market: Cincinnati Reds ($1.97) Vs Atlanta Braves ($1.87) at Sportsbet
Cincinnati Reds have not been making it easy on themselves away from home. This road trip to Turner Field will require the Reds very best efforts. Not to mention the Atlanta Braves hold the number one home record in Major League Baseball at 29-13.
The Reds might be feeling like 2013 just isn’t the season they had planned. They have been plagued by injuries and while every baseball team is juggling injuries, the Reds are among the worst affected.
A positive for Cincinnati will be starting pitcher Mat Latos who seems to be more effective on the road. Although Latos is doing his part he will need much more support, especially from the Bullpen.
Atlanta also have a very reliable pitcher in Tim Hudson. Another factor is that Hudson is unbeaten at Turner Field. With Just a little run support he should go to 4 -0 at Home.
Verdict: In addition to the above, Atlanta won two out of three at Cincinnati back in May. The Braves fans are up-and-about this season and rightfully so. Home field advantage seems key this year for Atlanta. So you know your money is in safe hands with the Atlanta Braves at Turner Field.
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Take note: The above tip is simply the author’s opinion, so bet at your own risk and always bet responsibly. Happy punting!
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