Moscow Liga Pro Table Tennis Odds & Picks for April 29

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Vadim Krokhin has won five of his past seven Moscow Liga Pro table tennis matches against Georgiy Vahnin and is a -300 favorite in their match on Wednesday.

  • Another full slate of Moscow Liga Pro table tennis is carded for Tuesday
  • Which late afternoon and evening matches are the best bets?
  • Odds, picks, predictions and analysis are unveiled in the following story

Wednesday brings about another day of action-packed, endless competition on the table tennis courts of the Moscow Liga Pro. As a matter of fact, any day ending in the letter Y brings about another day of action-packed, endless competition on the table tennis courts of the Moscow Liga Pro.

Is it any wonder that in this COVID-19 starved sporting landscape, Russian table tennis has become the go-to sport for bettors?

The Oregon Lottery is the latest betting site to report an abundance of action on Moscow Pro Liga matches. Where once the NBA held forth as the #1 betting sport in the state, with no sports in play in the USA, Russian table tennis is filling the void and getting the most wagering action in the state.

With that in mind, here are some of the key matchups on Wednesday’s late afternoon and evening slate.

Moscow Liga Pro Table Tennis Odds

Player Moneyline Handicap Total Player Moneyline Handicap Total
Aleksandr Frolov -120 +1.5 (-250) O 75.5 (-120) Danila Andreev -120 -1.5 (+175) U 75.5 (-120)
Aleksandr Petrov -138 -1.5 (+162) O 75.5 (-120) Denis Sayanov +100 -1.5 (-225) U 75.5 (-120)
Nikita Lyfenko +200 +1.5 (-120) O 73.5 (-120) Alexander Gribkov -275 -1.5 (-120) U 73.5 (-120)
Evgeniy Ilyukhin -400 -1.5 (-175) O 71.5 (-120) Vladimir Nemashkalo +275 -1.5 (+125) U 71.5 (-120)
Vadim Krokhin -300 -1.5 (-138) O 72.5 (-120) Georgiy Vahnin +225 +1.5 (+100) U 72.5 (-120)
Yurii Merkushkin +250 +1.5 (+110) O 72.5 (-120) Alexey Yanshaev -350 -1.5 (-150) U 72.5 (-120)
Alexander Gribkov -225 -1.5 (-110) O 73.5 (-120) Yurii Merkushkin +162 +1.5 (-125) U 73.5 (-120)
Danila Andreev -120 +1.5 (-250) O 75.5 (-120) Vadim Krohkin -120 -1.5 (+175) U 75.5 (-120)
Denis Sayanov -120 +1.5 (-250) O 75.5 (-120) Evgeniy Ilyukhin -120 -1.5 (+175) U 75.5 (-120)
Aleksei Yanshaev -1200 -2.5 (-110) O 62.5 (-120) Nikita Lyfenko +600 +2.5 (-125) U 62.5 (-120)

Odds taken April 29th.

Let’s look at some of the best bets on tap from this slate of matches.

Moscow Liga Pro Rules

The popularity of Russian table tennis can be traced to its non-stop competition. Matches run 24-7 each and every day.

Players compete in mini-round robin tournaments throughout the day. New groups alternate in and out every few hours.

Matches tend to be over in about 30 minutes. They’re best three-out-of-five affairs.

The first player to 11 points is the winner of a game. However, all games must be decided by a final outcome of at least two points. Service changes hands with every other point scored.

Ilyukhin All Over Nemashkalo

One of the delightful aspects of Moscow Liga Pro competition is that with so many matches being contested on a daily basis, there are lots of reference points to study prior to placing a wager. The sample sizes aren’t exactly small. Deciphering trends is relatively straightforward.

When it comes to trending, Evgeniy Ilyukhin is Vladimir Nemashkalo’s nightmare. They’ve faced each other 19 times during the month of April. Ilyukhin has won 15 of those matches.

Ilyukhin is currently riding a six-match win streak against Nemashkalo. He’s won 18 of their last 25 games in head-to-head competition.  Ilyukhin is also 12-1 in the last 13 matches against Nemashkalo.

Interestingly, Ilyukhin is just 4-7 overall in his last 11 matches. But three of those four wins came at the expense of Nemashkalo, who’s dropped eight of his last 10 matches.

Pick: Evgeniy Ilyukhin (-400)

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Krokhin vs Vahnin = Close Calls

On the surface, Vadim Krokhin is dominating his matches against Georgiy Vahnin. He’s defeated Vahnin in their last five meetings.

Extending the trends, Krokhin is 5-2 in his last seven matches against Vahnin, and 10-4 over their last 14 encounters. But it’s not like Krokhin has been crushing it against Vahnin.

Their last match finished 11-9 in favor of Krokhin. Their three previous clashes were each won 3-2 by Krokhin.

Overall, Krokhin is on a roll. He’s 11-1 through his last 12 matches. Vahnin has lost six in a row and is 1-7 in his last eight matches.

Pick: Vadim Krokhin (-300)

Lyfenko Mired In Deep Slump

If Nikita Lyfenko were a baseball team, he’d be the 2019 Detroit Tigers. Yeah, things are going that badly for him.

Lyfenko has lost 11 of his last 14 matches. He’s 7-18 in his last 25 contests.

Alexander Gribkov isn’t exactly lighting it up lately, either. He’s dropped seven of his last 11 outings.

Head to head, though, he’s won three straight, six of eight, eight of 12 and 12 of 17 from Lyfenko. But over their last 25 meetings, Gribkov is just 14-11 against Lyfenko.

Lyfenko is 2-2 in his last four matches. He’s played Gribkov tough of late. In their past five matches, Gribkov only holds an 11-9 edge in games won.

Pick: Nikita Lyfenko (+200)

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