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The No. 15 Purdue Boilermakers travel to Bloomington, Ind., ​to take on their in-state rival Indiana Hoosiers on Tuesday night. Purdue won the first meeting this season by the score of 70-55. 

Despite being on the road, Purdue is a 6-point favorite in this game, according to ​FanDuel Sportsbook

If you're betting on tonight's game, it never hurts to add some expert information to your research. Here are what some experts are predicting for tonight's Purdue vs Indiana game. 

Purdue vs Indiana Expert Predictions

ESPN Basketball Power Index Simulation Model

The ESPN BPI Simulation Model gives the ranked Boilermakers the advantage in this one, with a win probability of 68.8 percent. 

Sports Chat Place

Sports Chat Place likes Purdue in this one as well, but it should be noted their line reads at 4.5 in favor of the Boilermakers. They find it hard to believe that Indiana, who has lost 10 of their last 11 games, won't be able to match the intensity of Purdue, despite playing at home.

Hoosier State of Mind

It's never a good sign when the hometown website doesn't have their team winning the game. Especially, when it's against an in-state rival. You'd at least think there would be some extra lean toward to home-team Hoosiers. But that's not the case on Tuesday night. 

Apparently home-court advantage doesn't mean anything for Indiana as the experts went a clean three-for three in taking the Boilermakers tonight. Teams that have lost 10 of their last 11 games tend to not give the experts or the public much faith. 

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