Saints Game Saturday: Saints vs Cardinals odds, predictions, injury report, schedule, live stream and TV channel

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The New Orleans Saints remain home for their preseason finale, which is slated to take place on Saturday against the Arizona Cardinals. There are only three preseason games this year due to the addition of a 17th game for the regular season.

Saints vs. Cardinals odds for preseason Week 3

According to WynnBet, the Saints are 3.5-point favorites over the Cardinals. Being the home team helps tip the scale in their favor and that’s probably the determining factor here in why they’re favored.

The moneyline grab for New Orleans currently sits at -190, meaning that if one bets on the Saints to win, they have to bet $190 in order to win an additional $100. The moneyline grab for Arizona is +145, which means that betting $100 on the Cardinals to win results in $145 if they’re victorious.

Saints injury report vs. Cardinals for preseason Week 3

Tre’Quan Smith was injured early on in training camp but he returned to practice this week. The Saints also placed Tommylee Lewis on the injured reserve.

Saints vs. Cardinals prediction for preseason Week 3

Typically, the third preseason game is when we see the most of the starters but with only three preseason games, it’s unknown how teams will handle things this year. Will both quarterbacks continue to get an equal opportunity to start?

If no starters play in the preseason finale, it’ll be much more difficult to predict how this game goes. The Saints are the home team though, which works in their favor.

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What channel is the Saints third preseason game on?

The Saints’ preseason finale will air on FOX8 for those in the New Orleans area.

Saints vs. Cardinals live stream

The game can be streamed on FuboTV.

Saints next game and schedule

This will wrap up the Saints’ preseason and they’ll have two weeks off before their date with the Packers on Sept. 12, which kicks off the 2021 regular season for the New Orleans Saints.

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