Bet On The 2019 World Series in Canada – Odds, Pick and How To Bet Guide

The Houston Astros and Washington Nationals are set to battle it out in the 2019 World Series, starting tomorrow in Houston.  The Astros are favourites after posting a remarkable 107-55 season to finish atop the MLB, and then battling past the Rays and Yankees to advance to the World Series.  That said, the Nationals have a ton of momentum after winning their final 8 games in the regular season to advance to the Wild Card game, and then most recently sweeping the Cardinals in the NLCS.

In this article I’ll look at the series odds, give my prediction and also provide a simple three step guide for any Canadians new to betting online that would like to bet on this years World Series.

World Series Series Odds

Here are the odds for the series from SportsInteraction.com, our top rated betting site for Canadians:

  • Houston Astros 1.47
  • Washington Nationals 2.75

SIA also has several other futures bets that you can make including the series correct score, series total games, World Series MVP and more.  You can find all of the odds at Sports Interaction by selecting ‘Baseball’ -> ‘MLB’ -> ‘Futures’.

Sports Interaction also has odds for each individual game in the World Series.  You can find these by selecting ‘Baseball’ -> ‘MLB’ -> ‘World Series’. Here are the betting lines for game 1:

My Pick

I’m going with the underdog Nationals at odds of 2.75 to pull off the upset and win the World Series this year. The Nationals have always had a terrific roster and they are finally putting things together at the right time. A pitching staff that includes Scherzer, Strasburg and Corbin has the ability to win games against a talented Astros roster, and the fact they are coming in on plenty of rest after sweeping the Cardinals bodes well.

Don’t get me wrong, if the series was a pick’em I would take the Astros, but I think this series is much closer to a coin flip than the odds indicate.

The Nationals are going to put everything together in this series and a lot of shade will be thrown at Bryce Harper.

Play: Nationals 2.75 @ SportsInteraction.com

How To Bet On World Series From Canada

If you’re new to betting online follow this 3 step guide to get your World Series bets placed this year.

Step 1. Open an Account at SportsInteraction.com

As I mentioned above, SIA is our top rated betting site for Canadians.  They are actually located just outside of Montreal and are fully committed to the Canadian market.  This focus on Canadian players shows through in their bet offerings, banking options and their top notch customer service.

We also have a special deal with SIA where new sign ups through one of our links will receive a 100% matching bonus up to $200 on your first deposit.

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Step 2. Deposit

Next you will have to deposit to have some money to bet on the World Series.  I suggest taking full advantage of the $200 bonus I outlined above, especially if you plan on making more than just a single World Series wager.

Sports Interaction offers a huge variety of deposit and withdrawal options, so you should have no issue getting money onto the site, or cashing out your winnings.  Check out detailed information on some of the methods on our deposit options information page.

I personally use Interac e-Transfer for deposits and withdrawals. It’s as easy as emailing money to a friend and is the perfect option for Canadians.

Step 3. Place Your World Series Wagers

It’s now time to place your bets.  Once on the Sports Interaction website, select ‘Sports’ from the top navigation menu and then select either ‘World Series’ for individual game lines, or ‘Futures’ for series bets, under the ‘Baseball’ header in the left sidebar.

Here’s a screenshot of what the series odds would look like:

Check out our baseball betting section for more information on the various individual game bets you can make on the World Series.

Ready to bet?  Click here to visit SportsInteraction.com.

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