In sports betting, or any betting for that matter, you will rarely find the lines staying static at the opening number. This is based on the fact that, as soon as the lines go live, the betting public begins to pound on the side they like, and as a result, the books are forced to move the line either positively or negatively with the aim of trying to attract equal action on both sides of the line for the sake of balancing the books. This action of change in the betting line (spread) is what we call line movement. Besides the rudimentary reason of trying to attract action on both sides of the line, line movements can occur due to a variety of other reasons and a keen betting eye is required in order to read and interpret the line moves in sportsbooks. Below we will be taking a look at some the reasons behind line movements and how bettors can use that knowledge to read and find value in the betting line moves.
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