The first weekend in October has something for everyone when it comes to sports betting at BetAnySports. Along with a full slate of football from Thursday right through Monday night, the new season of hockey in the NHL is underway along with the first round of games in both the ALDS and NLDS in this season’s MLB playoffs.
When it comes to betting on baseball, there are some great matchups on tap starting on Thursday with Colorado going on the road to face Milwaukee followed by Game 1 of the best-of-seven NLDS series between Atlanta and the Los Angeles Dodgers.
The biggest betting showdown in this year’s MLB postseason is an ALDS matchup between the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox with Game 1 set for Friday night at 7:32 p.m. on TBS. The other ALDS series pits Cleveland against the defending World Series Champion Houston Astros. BetAnySports has you covered with a full set of betting lines for all the games.
One of the biggest games on Saturday’s college football schedule is a SEC showdown between the No. 5 LSU Tigers and the No. 22 Florida Gators in Gainesville. The Tigers come into this 3:30 p.m. start on CBS listed as 2.5-point road favorites with the total set at 43.5 points. The total has stayed UNDER in seven of the last 10 meetings in Florida.
Saturday night’s featured game on ABC pits the No. 6 Notre Dame Fighting Irish on the road against the ACC’s No. 24 Virginia Tech Hokies. BetAnySports has Notre Dame set as a 6.5-point favorite with a 56.5-point total line. Coming off victories against Michigan and Stanford, the Fighting Irish are looking to take down their third ranked opponent this season. They are 4-2 both straight-up and against the spread in their last six road games.
The Kansas City Chiefs are one of just two undefeated teams left in the NFL following the first quarter of the season. They will put their perfect 4-0 record (SU and ATS) on the line this Sunday against the 3-1 (SU and ATS) Jacksonville Jaguars as three-point home favorites. The total line for this 1 p.m. start on CBS has been set at 49 points. The Chiefs have a 4-2 edge both SU and ATS in their last six games against Jacksonville.