Capping the worst day on the sports betting calendar

Jul 17, 2013 |
With Major League Baseball resuming regularly scheduled ball games this Friday, the first day following the All-Star Game represents the quietest day on the sports betting calendar.

Even the Tour de France had a bit of an off day. Wednesday in the Tour means it's Stage 17, which represents a timed trial in the celebrated cycling event. In case you missed it, Christopher Froome won the stage to extend his overall lead and is now -2,000 (Bet365) to win outight.

Here is a look at the other events on Wednesday's schedule.

WNBA

Tulsa Shock vs. Seattle Storm (-6, 144)

* Tulsa: 3-13 SU, 8-8 ATS, 9-6-1 O/U
* Seattle: 6-8 SU, 7-7 ATS, 4-10 O/U
* Tulsa has defeated Seattle in both matchups this season. They are 2-0 ATS in those games.
* The over is 4-1 in the last five meetings.

Atlanta Dream vs Los Angeles Sparks (-10.5, 160.5)

* Atlanta: 10-3 SU, 9-4 ATS, 7-6 O/U
* Los Angeles: 10-4 SU, 7-7 ATS, 5-9 O/U
* Atlanta is 0-4 ATS in its last four road games.
* Los Angeles is 13-6-2 ATS in its last 21 games following an ATS win.

MLS

Colorado vs. New England (-118, +230, +350)


* Colorado is the only MLS side with no players called up to their respective national teams for the Gold Cup.
* There has been under 2.5 goals in nine of New England's last 11 away matches.
* Colorado are unbeaten in their last 10 home games against New England.

Chivas USA vs. Toronto FC (+130, +230, +210)


* Toronto striker Danny Koevermans will be out four weeks due to injury.
* Chivas is 5-0 in its last five home matches against Toronto.
* Chivas has not won in its last 14 MLS matches.

*** MLS odds courtesy of Bet365.

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