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Atlanta sports fans will certainly be interested in today's version of Parlay All Day. Everyone will likely be out in full force watching the Falcons game, but fans shouldn't forget about their first-place Braves either. 

Game 1: Atlanta Falcons (-1, -110) vs. Philadelphia Eagles (+1, -105) 

The Falcons desperately want to avenge their season-ending loss back in January to the Eagles in the divisional round of last year’s playoffs. In what was a disappointing finish, the Falcons showed they are capable of hanging with the NFL’s elite. Now, the defending champs come into tonight’s game without key players such as QB Carson Wentz, WRs Alshon Jeffrey/Mack Hollins, DT Tim Jernigan, and LB Nigel Bradham. Whenever the home team is favored by less than a field goal at home, there is more of a reason to start digging deeper beneath the surface – especially, when it’s Banner Night for the defending champs. 

Game 2: Atlanta Braves vs. Arizona Diamondbacks (Over: 8, -104 / Under: 8, -112)

Betting the under is the most nerve-wracking feeling of all-time, but when you’ve got two exceptional pitchers squaring off against one another, we can all breathe a sigh of relief. As you can see in the tweet above, both pitchers are allowing a WHIP just over 1.00 this season.

Zack Greinke (13-9, 2.97 ERA/1.05 WHIP this season) has been in magnificent form, and tonight he'll take on the record-breaking Braves -- record-breaking, of course, in a bad way. MLB teams were 487-0 when leading by six runs entering the eighth inning this season... and then Wednesday afternoon happened. The 9-8 result against the Red Sox was undoubtedly a heartbreaking loss, especially for a team amidst a division race. Then the Braves had to fly essentially across the country with that bitter feeling. If all that wasn't enough, Greinke has been fantastic against the Braves hitters currently on the roster, striking out 46 of them in 172 plate appearances (28.1% K-rate) lifetime. 

Anibal Sanchez (6-5, 2.98 ERA/1.09 WHIP this season) has done well against current D-Backs hitters, as they are hitting a collective .208 in 82 plate appearances with only one home run lifetime. The 34-year-old right-hander has experienced a rejuvenation this season and, if able to continue this masterful run, will close out 2018 with career-best numbers. Lastly, the D-Backs' 31 runs over the last 14 days are dead-last in the majors. 

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