WNBA Fantasy and Betting Tips for Wednesday

Each day of the WNBA season, our team of fantasy and betting experts breaks down every game on the roster, taking note of everything from injuries and lineup changes to recent trends and more.

All possibilities are provided by Caesars Sportsbook.

Here’s what to look for during your Wednesday to-do list:

Minnesota Linux in Atlanta Dream
7 p.m. ET, Gateway Center Arena, Atlanta

Line: dream (-4.5)
money line: Lynx (+160), Dream (-190)
the total: 156.5 points

exclude: Tiffany Hayes (knee), Natalie Ashunwa (hamstrings), Moriah Jefferson (quadrant), Damiris Dantas (Foot)

Imagination need to know: The Lynx (2-7) travels to Atlanta to take on the dream (5-3). Minnesota lost to Los Angeles Sparks Sunday. With 79.2 points per game, Lynx is ninth in the league in scoring. Despite this, Minnesota ranks fifth with 35.6 rebounds per game and sixth with 19.4 assists per game. The Lynx is ranked 11th in the defensive ranking (107.1). The dream comes out of a big win over Phoenix Mercury Sunday. Despite being ranked 11th in the offensive rating, Atlanta leads the league with a defensive rating of 90.9.

Air ForceAnd the Silvia FowlesAnd the Jessica Shepherd And the Kayla McBride They are Lynx’s top fantasy options. Fowles has scored 30 or more fantasy points in six of his nine games this season. If you need a broadcast device, Rachel Benham Available in 99% of periodicals; You should see more playing time with her Moriah Jefferson Indefinitely due to strain of the left thigh muscle. The same goes for Evina Westbrook.

Among the fantasy options that you should start in a dream are Ryan HowardAnd the Cheyenne Parker And the Erica Wheeler. Howard has lived up to her potential as the top pick in this year’s WNBA Draft. I’ve averaged 31 fantasy points per game this season. If you need a streaming device, add Ari MacDonald, which is present in 85.7% of periodicals. She averaged 9.4 points, 2.6 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 1.0 shots in 24 minutes per game. don’t forget Kristi Wallace, also. You have scored 20 or more Fantasy Points in two consecutive games and are available in 95% of leagues. – Eric Moody

Best bet: under 156.5. At the moment, there are two types of irregularities that are not clicked. This will not be a high score game. The total went in only one of Dream’s last four home matches. I’m taking under. – Moody

Indiana fever in New York Liberty
7 p.m. EDT, Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY

Line: Liberty (-5)
money line: Fever (+170), Liberty (-200)
the total: 164 points

exclude: Priya Hartley (hamstrings), Petnia Lani (knee), Diddy Richards (hamstrings)

Imagination need to know: As Fever (3-8) heads down the road to take on Liberty (1-7), the two WNBA bottoms converge on Wednesday night. we saw Seattle Storm Dealing with New York on Sunday. This was Liberty’s six loss in a row after their May 7 season opener win over Connecticut Sun. As a team, Liberty ranked last in the offensive rating (85.4), while it ranked seventh in the defensive rating (103.2). New York ranks last in field goals percentage (39.1%) and is near the bottom of the league in RPG (33.4) and APG (18.0). Meanwhile, the fever has a rare back-to-back. Indiana lost to Sophia Washington Tuesday night. Indiana has allowed 90 points for its opponent in five consecutive games, which is the equivalent of the fourth-longest streak in league history. Fever ranks ninth in both the offensive rating (98.1) and the defensive rating (106.4). Indiana doesn’t shoot well, ranking 10th with a 41.3% field goal percentage.

Natasha Howard And the Sabrina Unescu Continue to be Liberty’s best fantasy choices. This season, Howard (27.5) and Ionescu (27.9) lead New York in fantasy points per game. Petnia Lani He had a strong start to the season but he is expected to miss several weeks with a knee injury. Laney has averaged 23.8 fantasy points per game this season. The directors of Fantasy who can wait for her return must hide and be imprisoned. don’t forget Han Shuo (available in 90% of leagues) If you need a streaming device. So far this season, I’ve averaged 22.5 Fantasy Points per game.

Kelsey MitchellAnd the Nalissa Smith And the Victoria Viviens They are the best fictional options for fever. Mitchell has scored 20 or more points in seven of 11 games in Indiana this season. Since returning from a sprained right ankle, Smith has averaged an imaginary 26 points per game. Vivian’s ability to collect counting stats makes her highly prized in the imagination. Their averages are 12.2 PPG, 3.8 RPG, 2.5 APG and 1.2 SPG. From a flow perspective, consider the novice Emily Engstler. It has averaged an impressive 29.6 points and 28.6 mpg over its past three games. Engstler is available in 65.1% of journals. – Moody

Your best bet: Fever +5. Fever is 5-4 against the spread of the season as an underdog. Indiana, despite coming off a rare consecutive game, is one of the youngest teams in the league and should have enough energy to cover the spread against Liberty. This season, New York is 0-2 when the favorites. – Moody