There appears to be a chance for light rain on Saturday in London, where the forecasted temperature is 63 degrees. First pitch for this Phillies and Mets matchup is set for 1:10 PM ET from London Stadium. None is the location of the stadium.

Philadelphia is the favorite on the money line, with their odds sitting at -161 compared to the Mets at +137. The over/under line is at 10 runs, and FOX will be televising this NL East matchup. Ranger Suarez is starting for the Phillies, and the Mets are going with Sean Manaea. Both teams have won three straight, and the Phillies are 44-19, while the Mets are 27-35.


The Pick: Philadelphia Phillies Moneyline -161

This game will be played at London Stadium at 1:10 ET on Saturday, June 8th.


  • We have the Phillies winning by a score of 5 to 4
  • However, if you're looking for a run line pick, we like the Mets to cover
  • As for an over/under pick, we have this game finishing with 9 runs and like the under

Phillies Records & Stats

The Phillies's offense was carried by Nick Castellanos in their most recent game vs. the Brewers. Castellanos went only 1/4, but his one hit was a home run, and he drove in both of the Phillies's runs. The Phillies really didn't need much offense, as they picked up a 2-0 win. Aaron Nola started for the Phillies, going seven innings and didn't give up a run. He also issued just two walks and struck out five Brewers batters.

Philadelphia's bullpen closed things out, and José Alvarado picked up the save. The Phillies were heavy favorites at home going into the game and lived up to the expectations, as they didn't give up a run to the Brewers.

Philadelphia is on the road today to take on the Mets, and they lead the NL East with an overall record of 44-19. The Phillies hold an eight-game lead over the Braves for the division lead. The Phillies have gone 11-5 in divisional games this year.

At home, the Phillies have been really good, going 27-9, and they are 17-10 on the road. The team has been really good in night games, going 28-10 this season. So far, the Phillies have been favored in 54 games, and they are 39-15 in those games. Their series record is 12-4-4, and they have won two straight series.

The Phillies have been a solid run line bet this season, going 35-28 overall. They have been especially good at home, going 20-16 on the run line, but they have also been profitable on the road at 15-12. Their average run margin for the season is +1.7 runs per game, and they have been even better at +1.9 runs per game at home.

Philadelphia has seen the over hit in 27 of their 59 games this season, but the over has hit in just one of their games when the line was set at 10 runs. Their games have had an average of 8.5 runs scored per game, and their games have had an average line of 8 runs. The under has hit in four straight games for the Phillies.

Ranger Suárez gets the start for the Phillies today as he faces the Mets on the road. So far this season, he has made 12 starts and has a record of 9-1 with an ERA of 1.70. Suárez's WHIP for the season is currently .80. In his 12 appearances, he has pitched one complete game shutout and has turned in eight quality starts. Per nine innings, Suárez is averaging 9.61 strikeouts and just 1.95 walks. The last time he pitched, Suárez went just two innings, giving up two hits and no earned runs. He finished with a no-decision in that outing. Before that, he had won three straight starts.

As a team, the Phillies are the 2nd highest-scoring team in the league, averaging 5.1 runs per game. They have been even better at home, averaging 5.4 runs per game. Overall, they are 5th in home runs and have a collective batting average of .253, which is 6th in the majors. The Phillies have been very patient at the plate this season, as they are 3rd in walks and have the 4th best on-base percentage in the league.

Over his last seven games, Nick Castellanos has gone 9/27 (.333) with two homers and six RBIs. Alec Bohm has been the Phillies' top run producer this season, as his 50 RBIs are the best on the team and 4th in the league. Bohm is also 4th on the team with a batting average of .291.

Mets Records & Stats

Led by a big game by Luis Torrens at the plate, the Mets are coming off a big 9-1 win over the Nationals to close out their series. Torrens went 2/4 with two homers and four RBIs. The Mets really broke things open with a six-run 6th inning. Looking at the betting lines going into the game, the Mets were the slight favorite at -142.

Luis Severino started for the Mets, going eight innings and giving up just one run on seven hits. He only had four strikeouts in the outing and got the win.

The Mets are at home today, hosting the Phillies with an overall record of 27-35, which puts them 4th in the NL East. Currently, they trail the Phillies by 16.5 games and are 8-8 in divisional matchups. New York has put together a three-game winning streak, and they closed out their series vs. the Nationals with three straight wins.

At home, the Mets are 13-21 this season and an even 14-14 on the road. As the favorite, the Mets are just below .500 at 15-16 and 12-19 when listed as the underdog. So far, their series record is 7-10-3, and they are just 3-9 as the home underdog this year.

When betting the run line, the Mets have been a better bet on the road than at home, where they are just 11-23. They are 17-11 on the run line as the visitor, and their average run margin is +0.1 runs per game. The Mets have been a better run line bet as the underdog, going 17-14 compared to 11-20 as the favorite. Their average run margin in winning games is +2.9 runs per game, while it is -3.1 runs per game in losses.

Today's over/under line of 10 runs is the highest over/under line for a Mets game this season. The Mets have played 61 games this season with over/under lines lower than 10 runs, and their games have averaged 9.2 runs per game. Their over/under record for the season is 33-27.

Sean Manaea will be looking to bounce back from a rough outing vs. the Diamondbacks, as he gave up five earned runs in 5 2/3 innings of work. In that outing, he gave up two homers. Looking back over his last four starts, Manaea has allowed at least one homer in each outing. The left-hander's record for the season is 3-2, and his ERA is 3.63. Opponents are batting .229 off Manaea this season. Per nine innings, he is averaging 3.79 walks compared to 9 strikeouts.

Francisco Lindor has been one of the Mets' top hitters this season, as he is batting .235 with 10 homers and 31 RBIs. Lindor has also been hot of late, going 14/36 in his last nine games. Pete Alonso and Brandon Nimmo are also tied for the team lead with 31 RBIs, with Alonso leading the Mets with 14 homers and a batting average of .238.

As a team, the Mets are averaging 4.4 runs per game, which is 15th in the league. They have been a better offensive team on the road, averaging 5.5 runs per contest. Overall, the Mets are 7th in home runs and have a team batting average of .242.