New York Mets vs. Washington Nationals July 4th preview: Latest MLB odds, best bets, and updated predictions

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July 4th MLB action has arrived!

The New York Mets will take on the Washington Nationals in an MLB game at Nationals Park at 11:05 a.m. ET this morning. The Mets will send Jose Quintana (3-5, 4.57 ERA) to the mound, while the Nationals are going with Jake Irvin (6-6, 3.03 ERA).

This preview includes Dimers’ best bets and predicted scoreline for the New York Mets vs. Washington Nationals. To unlock Dimers’ full suite of data-driven betting insights, which includes daily props, trends, and parlays, sign up for Dimers Pro with promo code SYRACUSE10, which will save you 10% off your first subscription payment.

Mets vs. Nationals betting preview

Explore the interactive widget below to discover the latest run line, over/under, and moneyline betting odds and probabilities for the Mets-Nationals game at Nationals Park.

This prediction and best bet for Thursday’s MLB matchup between the Mets and Nationals is from Dimers.com, a trusted source for sports betting predictions.

Check out all the important details on today’s game, including each team’s starting pitcher, as well as the best odds sourced from the top sportsbooks in the country.

Game details

The key information you need before the Mets vs. Nationals MLB game.

Starting pitchers

  • Mets: Jose Quintana (3-5, 4.57 ERA)
  • Nationals: Jake Irvin (6-6, 3.03 ERA)

Odds

Odds for the key markets in the Mets-Nationals MLB showdown.

  • Run line: Mets -1.5 (+140), Nationals +1.5 (-162)
  • Moneyline: Mets -110, Nationals -105
  • Total: Over/Under 9 (-115/-105)

The odds and lines presented in this article are the best available from selected sports betting sites at the time of publication and are subject to change.

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Expert prediction: Mets vs. Nationals

Utilizing state-of-the-art data analysis and advanced algorithms, Dimers has executed 10,000 simulations of Thursday’s Mets vs. Nationals matchup.

According to Dimers’ popular predictive analytics model, both the Mets and Nationals have a 50% chance of winning the game.

Furthermore, Dimers predicts that the Nationals (+1.5) have a 62% chance of covering the run line, while the 9-run over/under has a 52% chance of going over.

As always, these predictions and probabilities are accurate at the time of publication but are subject to change.

Mets vs. Nationals best bet

Our top pick for the Mets vs. Nationals game on Thursday is to bet on the Nationals +1.5 (-162).

This betting advice is formulated through world-class simulations and valuable wagering intelligence, designed to assist you in making more informed investments.

MLB today: Mets vs. Nationals

Get ready for Thursday’s game between the Mets and Nationals inMLB at Nationals Park, which is scheduled to start at 11:05 a.m. ET. To add an extra level of excitement, consider exploring Dimers Pro, where you can get today’s parlay picks.

Within the oldest of America’s major professional sports organizations, Major League Baseball, the inclusion of MLB picks and MLB props has become a captivating aspect. The Mets and Nationals are two of MLB’s esteemed 30 teams.

We emphasize that all of the MLB predictions and MLB best bets in this article are based on 10,000 data-driven simulations of the Mets vs. Nationals matchup, and they are accurate at the time of publication to help you make better decisions when placing bets at online sportsbooks.

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