Washington Nationals vs Philadelphia Phillies
On Saturday, Major League Baseball action moves to Nationals Park, where the Washington Nationals will take on the Philadelphia Phillies. The Phillies' series with the Mets ended earlier this week. Philadelphia lost game three of the series by a score of 2-0. The Nationals' last series was against the Dodgers. Two of those three games were losses for Washington.Grab Your Signup Bonus
Washington Nationals - will try to build on their last win
On Monday, the Nationals were defeated by the Dodgers by a score of 6-1, and on Tuesday, they were defeated by a score of 9-3. However, Washington avoided being swept by claiming victory in game three by a score of 10-6. Patrick Corbin, the starting pitcher, was able to complete five innings, allowing three earned runs on seven hits and four walks. The Washington Nationals have a record of 43-92 over their previous 135 games played at home and a record of 15-36 over their last 51 games played on Saturday. After taking a day off, Washington's record in their previous 55 games is 15-40.
Philadelphia Phillies - bookies’ favorite
The Phillies were defeated by the Mets on Tuesday, losing both games 2-0 and 4-1. The Phillies were up 2-0 early in the game on Thursday, but they couldn't hold it and ended up losing 4-2. Taijuan Walker, the starter, ended the game with 4.0 innings pitched, three earned runs, two hits, and three walks. The Phillies have a record of 35-16 in their previous 51 games played on Saturday and a record of 2-8 in their last 10 games played away from home. In the first game of the last five series, Philadelphia has a record of 0-5 (losing all five).
Expert Betting Tips
In this match, I'm going to go with the Washington Nationals. Gray has been on a roll recently, winning his last three starts while allowing a combined four earned runs on 14 hits and 12 walks over a total of 16.0 innings pitched. If Gray can steer clear of early difficulties and have a solid performance here, Washington Nationals should be in good shape moving forward.