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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova vs. Lauren Davis Prediction - Strasbourg Open 2023Last updated: May 25, 2023, 1:01PM | Published: May 24, 2023, 11:31PM
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova squares off with Lauren Davis in the quarterfinals at the WTA Strasbourg event on Thursday.
Dimers' top betting picks for Pavlyuchenkova vs. Davis, plus match predictions and best odds, are featured below.
Who Will Win: Pavlyuchenkova vs. Davis
Using high-tech computer power and data, Dimers.com has simulated Thursday's Pavlyuchenkova-Davis women's singles match 10,000 times.
Dimers' famous predictive analytics model, DimersBOT, gives Pavlyuchenkova a 67% chance of beating Davis at the Strasbourg Open tournament.
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova vs. Lauren Davis Odds
- Moneyline: Pavlyuchenkova -213, Davis +170
- First Set: Pavlyuchenkova -175, Davis +140
H2H Moneyline and First Set
Unibet currently has the best moneyline odds for Pavlyuchenkova at -213. That means you can risk $213 to win $100, for a total payout of $313, if she gets the W.
On the other hand, Unibet also has the best moneyline odds for Davis at +170, where you can bet $100 to profit $170, earning a total payout of $270, if she wins.
Unibet currently has the best odds for Pavlyuchenkova to win the first set at -175, while Unibet also has the best odds for Davis to win the first set at +140.
As always, make sure you check the sportsbooks you have access to in your state for the best Tennis odds in America.
According to DimersBOT, Pavlyuchenkova is a 63% chance of winning the first set against Davis.
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Best Bets for Pavlyuchenkova vs. Davis
- Moneyline: Pavlyuchenkova @ -213 via Unibet (67% probability)
- First Set: Pavlyuchenkova @ -175 via Unibet (63% probability)
Our best bets are based on detailed simulations and betting intelligence to help you make smarter investments with the legal sportsbooks in America.
Pavlyuchenkova vs. Davis Betting Tips
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Dimers has full betting coverage of Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova vs. Lauren Davis, including pre-match predictions, top betting picks, and live win probabilities.
Don't forget, DimersBOT updates frequently, so keep an eye on this page for the latest betting insights ahead of Pavlyuchenkova vs. Davis at the Strasbourg Open event.
Pavlyuchenkova vs. Davis 2023
The Strasbourg Open match between Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova and Lauren Davis is scheduled to commence on Thursday at 6:55AM ET.
- Who: Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova vs. Lauren Davis
- Date: Thursday May 25, 2023
- Approx. Time: 6:55AM ET / 3:55AM PT
- Tournament: WTA Strasbourg, France Women's Singles 2023
- Round: Quarterfinals
All dates and times mentioned in this article are United States Eastern Time unless otherwise stated.
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