Only two teams remain in the MLB postseason.
Here are online sports betting insights for the Philadelphia Phillies taking on the Houston Astros in the World Series, the Green Bay Packers playing the Buffalo Bills in the NFL and Ohio State facing Penn State in college football.
Philadelphia Phillies at Houston Astros
Saturday, Oct. 29 | TV: FOX | 8:03 p.m. ET
The Astros will host the Phillies in Game 1 of the World Series on Friday and Game 2 on Saturday. As of Oct. 27, the Astros have MLB odds to win the World Series at -190.
The Phillies and Astros have both reached this point convincingly. The Phillies have lost just two games during the postseason, while the Astros swept the Mariners and the Yankees.
Kyle Schwarber is among the Phillies’ batting leaders. He had 46 home runs and 94 RBIs during the regular season, while Alec Bohm was their leader in batting average (.280).
Yordan Alvarez, who was the baseball betting favorite to win World Series MVP at +600, paced the Astros with 37 homers and a .306 batting average. Kyle Tucker led the team with 107 RBIs.
Green Bay Packers at Buffalo Bills
Sunday, Oct. 30 | TV: NBC | 8:20 p.m. ET
The Bills, the Super Bowl odds favorites, have an NFL betting line of -11.5 against the Packers in this game.
The Bills have lost just one game this season, which came against the Dolphins in Week 3. The Packers, meanwhile, have lost three straight after starting the season 3-1.
Josh Allen is top five in both passing yards (1,980) and touchdowns (17) for the Bills this season. He also leads the team in rushing yards with 257. Stefon Diggs is first on the Bills and second in the league with 656 yards and six touchdowns on 49 catches.
Aaron Rodgers hasn’t played his best for the Packers this season. He’s thrown for 1,597 yards, 11 touchdowns and three picks on a 66.8% completion rate.
Aaron Jones is the Packers’ leading rusher with 432 yards on 78 attempts. Allen Lazard has caught 26 passes for 340 yards and four touchdowns.
Ohio State at Penn State
Saturday, Oct. 29 | TV: FOX | 12 p.m. ET
These two ranked teams are competing for a top spot in the Big Ten standings. No. 2-ranked Ohio State is a -15.5 college football betting favorite against No. 13 Penn State.
The Buckeyes are undefeated at 7-0. They’ve beaten each of their last six opponents by at least 29 points.
While the Nittany Lions are 6-1, they’re 1-1 in their last two games. They lost 41-17 to No. 5 Michigan two weeks ago and then followed it up with a 45-17 victory over Minnesota.
Ohio State quarterback CJ Stroud has the leading college football odds to win the Heisman Trophy at -125. He’s thrown for 2,023 yards, 28 touchdowns and four interceptions on a 70% completion rate.
Miyan Williams has a team-high 516 rushing yards on 74 carries. Emeka Egbuka has caught 41 passes for 735 yards and seven touchdowns, while Marvin Harrison Jr. has 10 receiving touchdowns to go with 598 yards and 38 catches.
Sean Clifford has been leading Penn State at quarterback. He’s thrown for 1,445 yards, 13 touchdowns and three picks while completing 61.5% of his passes.
With 82 attempts, Nicholas Singleton has ran for 561 yards. Parker Washington (30 receptions, 388 yards, one touchdown) and Mitchell Tinsley (28 receptions, 340 yards, four touchdowns) are Penn State’s leading receivers.
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