KIA Tigers
51-46
-130
EVEN
Hanwha Eagles
27-69
Sat, Sep 5 - 5:00a ET   |   ESPN
By Landon Smith

KIA Tigers vs Hanwha Eagles KBO Baseball League Odds, Prediction 9/5/20

Kia Tigers vs Hanwha Eagles Prediction, Betting Tips and Preview of the match for the KBO Baseball League Game on Saturday September 5th, 2020.
Kia TigersKBO Hanwha Eagles
-130MoneyLineEVEN
Over 9.5TotalUnder 9.5

 

STARTING PITCHERS

Min-woo Lee will get the start for the Kia Tigers and coming into this game he sits with a 5-7 record and an ERA of 5.69.

Warwick Saupold will get the start for the Hanwha Eagles and coming into this game he sits with a 6-11 record and an ERA of 5.25.

 

Kia Tigers vs Hanwha Eagles Prediction, Betting Tips and Preview of the match for the KBO Baseball League Game on Saturday September 5th, 2020.

 

Reason for Kia Tigers -130

The Kia Tigers enter this game with 50 wins and 46 losses, which puts them in seventh place in the KBO.

Going into this game, the Tigers' offense has been strong, allowing them to win four of the last six games. In the four victories, the Tigers have scored 28 points overall.

The Tigers' best offensive player was Preston Tucker, who hit 24 home runs and led 72 RBIs. Ji-wan Na was also strong with 13 home runs and 69 RBIs.

 

Reason for Hanwha Eagles EVEN

The Hanwha Eagles have had all sorts of trouble this season with 27 wins, 69 losses and a draw and coming into this game they have lost four of the last five.

It's an offense that has been a problem all season, but in each of the last two games the offense has been a little better.

Jin-haeng Choi was one of the only bright spots for the Eagles with seven wins and 22 RBIs. Ju-Suk Ha also hit two home runs and led 26 RBIs.

The Pick: Kia Tigers to Win @ -130 - Bet This Match at SportsBetting Here

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By Landon Smith, on 5:00a ET