Friday’s Best MLB Algorithm Prediction, Odds: Best Value on Sept. 2 Is for Nationals vs. Mets
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Washington Nationals vs. New York Mets Odds
|Over/Under||7.5 (-118 / -102)|
|Date||Friday, September 2|
|Time||7:10 p.m. ET|
*Odds via FanDuel as of Friday.
There is a historically profitable betting algorithm developed by the Action Network that has a substantial betting edge for tonight’s game between the Nationals and Mets.
The algorithm targets the moneyline and factors in injuries, matchups, conditions and more.
This edge provides about a 6.4% edge in betting value, which indicates the pick has implied odds that are more than 6.4% higher than the odds available to you in the markets.
Essentially, the line is currently at a 6.4% discount across the market.
Over the long run, if you only bet on lines with at least an 6.4% betting edge, you’re almost assured to make a profit. In the short term, of course, variance is a constraint.
This moneyline pick is the best MLB pick of the day, according to our models.
MLB Algorithm Prediction for Friday
Odds and betting data updated as of 1 p.m. ET.