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Monday MLB Odds, Picks, Predictions for Guardians vs. Royals: Sharp Bettors Targeting Moneyline, Total

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Cleveland Guardians vs. Kansas City Royals Odds

Guardians Odds -105
Royals Odds -115
Over/Under 8.5 (-115 / -105)
Date Monday, April 11
Time 2:10 p.m. ET
Channel MLB TV

*Odds are according to BetMGM as of Monday morning

The Cleveland Guardians and Kansas City Royals play their fourth and final game of their Opening Day series in today’s Monday matinee.

After two straight pitching duels to start off the season, the Guardians were the one to show off their bats in a 17-3 clobbering of the Royals yesterday afternoon.

Aaron Civale (Cleveland) and Carlos Hernandez (Kansas City) will take the hill for their season debuts on Monday.

Sharp money bettors are all over the same side for the moneyline and total.

In addition, one of the Action Network’s top MLB handicappers is vibing with the sharps on their moneyline selection.

Read further to see where the wise guys are headed on Monday afternoon.

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Guardians vs. Royals Sharp Money Action 

The Action Network’s proprietary tracking data has detected sharp bettors all on the over at 8.5 and for the Royals to win.

The best price on the market for the Royals to win is at DraftKings, who has the number at -110.

For the total, the best price comes at FanDuel, which is pricing this game at 8.5 (-110).

Roughly 64% of the total money is on that total pick while about 63% of the money is on the Royals to win.

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PRO Report Pick: Royals -110 or better | Over 8.5 or better

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