For what it’s worth, the Angels are collectively 1-for-13 with 2 BB facing Taylor; that works out to be a .077 AVG and a .200 OPS over a sample size of 15 official PAs.
Peters has a bit more experience facing the Red Sox, but still a small sample size. Red Sox are 5-for-23 with 2 BB facing him; that’s a .217 AVG / .280 OPS.
This starting matchup looks like a wildcard facing an asterisk. It could go either way on both sides of the field. The only thing I will predict with any confidence is that this game will go past the bedtime of @Joolz.