The Villanova Wildcats will host the St. John’s Red Storm this Saturday February 13, 2016. Where to bet? College Basketball Betting odds are available at Bovada Sportsbook, where you can get a 50% welcome bonus with your initial deposit.
The Wildcats are home favorites with a point spread of -26. Over under betting line will be available soon.
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Villanova won for the fourth straight time, as visitors against DePaul with a score of 86-59. Bets on the Wildcats covered the Point Spread of -14.5 with the combined score going over the Betting odds of 137.5 points. Josh Hart scored 18 points and Darryl Reynolds 14 points on Tuesday. Hart averages 15.5 points per game and Daniel Ochefu 8.1 rebounds per match. Villanova is currently 21-3 overall along a record against the basketball spread of 12-10-1.
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St. John’s comes from a 15th consecutive loss, on the road against Georgetown 67-92 on the scoreboard. Wagers on the Hoyas covered the spread of -14 with the total score going over the betting line of 144 points. Christian Jones scored 14 points and grabbed 9 rebounds while Kassoum Yakwe scored 12 points on Monday. Durand Johnson averages 11.9 points per game and Jones 5.2 rebounds per match. St. John’s has a record of 7-18 together with an ATS record of 8-16.
These teams last met on January 31, 2016 when the Wildcats on the road defeated the Red Storm with a score of 68-53. Bets on St. John’s covered the point spread as +20 underdogs while the game went under the odds of 139.5 points.
- Red Storm are 2-7 ATS in their last 9 road games.
- Over is 9-4 in Red Storm last 13 road games.
- Favorite is 9-3 ATS in the last 12 meetings.
TV: CBSSN, 8:00 PM ET
Where: The Pavilion, Villanova, Pennsylvania
Prediction: Villanova wins 87-57
Free Betting Pick: Wildcats -26
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