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Cubs vs Mets Prediction and Promo (Free $1,000 Bet Today)

By Joe Summers
The Mets hope to avoid a sweep against Chicago as they hold a half-game lead over Atlanta in the NL East
The Mets hope to avoid a sweep against Chicago as they hold a half-game lead over Atlanta in the NL East / Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports
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After posting a middling 16-14 record in their last 30 games, the New York Mets sit just a half-game ahead of the Atlanta Braves in the NL East with just over a couple of weeks left in the regular season. The Mets may need a little juice to close the 2022 campaign, so FanDuel Sportsbook is giving you a $1,000 risk-free bet for today's matchup with the Chicago Cubs.

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Here's how I'm using my $1,000 no-sweat bet on the Mets against the Cubs:

Cubs vs Mets Prediction and Pick

Cubs vs Mets Under 7.5 (-104)

The Mets have four straight losses as home favorites, scoring just five runs total in that stretch. This lineup is struggling, and it's no wonder the under is 12-4 in New York's last 16 games in this spot.

Drew Smyly rebounded from a disastrous seven-run performance against St. Louis and has now allowed two or fewer runs in six of his last seven starts. David Peterson, meanwhile, has a 6.00 ERA this month but did throw five shutout innings against Chicago back in July.

I've got faith in Peterson, but I have a hard time trusting this lineup right now. As a result, I'll trust the trends and favor a low-scoring matchup.

In the Cub's last 22 games as road underdogs, the under is 13-5-4. Further, it's 6-1 in Smyly's last seven outings on top of the aforementioned 12-4 stretch when the Mets are home favorites.

Expect these trends to continue as Peterson and Smyly duel throughout the evening.


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