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Dodgers-Astros Game 4 Betting Odds – 2017 World Series

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Oct/28/2017

The Dodgers-Astros Game 4 betting odds had Houston as a -122 favorite and LA at +110 (you can get as high as +115 at some books).

Action was balanced on this game.

PITCHING MATCHUP: Dodgers LH Alex Wood (0-1, 5.79 ERA) vs. Charlie Morton (1-1, 6.23)

Wood is making just his second start of the postseason as he gave up three runs (all on solo homers) and four hits while striking out seven over 4 2/3 innings against the Chicago Cubs in the NLCS.

Morton hasn't pitched more than five innings in any of his three postseason starts while striking out 14 in 13 innings.

The Dodgers are 0-5 in Houston while the UNDER is 5-1-1 in the last 7 meetings.

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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