Toronto Blue Jays vs Houston Astros
On Friday, MLB action will take place at Rogers Centre, featuring a matchup between the Houston Astros and the Toronto Blue Jays. This will be the last game of a best-of-four series that began earlier this week. While the Astros have only one victory to their name, the Blue Jays already have two.Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
Toronto Blue Jays - Jays will not have it easy here
In their last three games, the Toronto Blue Jays have scored a total of 12 runs, yet in their last eight games, they have scored three runs or fewer in five of those games. The Blue Jays have won their last four games despite scoring three runs or fewer in each contest. The Blue Jays are led in hits and runs batted in by Bo Bichette, who has 89, while Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Matt Chapman have combined for 130 hits and 68 runs batted in. The next pitcher is Jose Berrios, who is now 5-4 on the season with a 3.66 earned run average and 68 strikeouts. In his career against the Astros, Berrios has a record of 4-4 with a 4.43 earned run average and 36 strikeouts. The Blue Jays have a record of 1-4 in their past 5 games played on Friday, but over their last 7 games overall, they are 6-1.
Houston Astros - Astros must take advantage
The Houston Astros have scored at least four runs in eight of their previous 12 games, including a total of 14 runs in their most recent three games. When scoring four or more runs in a game, the Astros have won the last five games in a row. The Astros are led in hits and runs batted in by Kyle Tucker, who has 59 of them and 36 RBI, while Alex Bregman and Mauricio Dubon have 116 hits between them and 47 RBI. The Astros have a record of 41-11 in their last 52 games played on Friday, while their record during game 4 of a series is 11-4 in their last 15 games overall. In the Astros' previous 14 games played away from home, the under is 10-4.
Expert Betting Tips
We are laying low with one of the greatest teams in the league, and the pitcher, Framber Valdez, has a 2.16 earned run average and a 1.03 walk-to-hit ratio. Even though the Toronto Blue Jays are still finding ways to win games, the uneven play of their offense is a cause for concern, despite the fact that Jose Berrios has been outstanding in each of his last three starts. As a result, given that Valdez will be pitching for the Houston Astros, we anticipate that they will be able to exert control over their own destinies and pick up a significant victory here.