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The Michigan State Spartans travel to Ann Arbor to take on the Michigan Wolverines in this pivotal Big Ten matchup. The Wolverines are currently 4.5-point favorites according to FanDuel Sportsbook.
But if you're thinking about placing a bet on this game, you might want to take a look at what some of the top voices in the industry are predicting.
State vs Michigan Predictions
Brad Evans, Yahoo Sports
Experienced several gut-wrenching emotions from yesterday's CBB slate. Stupid, bad beats. Thankfully, finished on a high note. Here are today's selections:— Brad Evans (@YahooNoise) February 24, 2019
Under SMU/UCF 135.5
183-157-8 ATS on year (17-8 on s) pic.twitter.com/MTuO180N4g
Brad Evans is rolling with Michigan as 4-point favorites tonight. This certainly tracks, as the Wolverines' defense is one of the best in the NCAA, surrendering an average of just 57.7 PPG.
On the other hand, Tony T is taking Michigan State as 4.5-point underdogs. Tony T cites Michigan's struggles defending the 3-point shot, and the Spartans' impressive offensive efficiency as the primary reasons they'll cover the spread.
ESPN Basketball Power Index Matchup Predictor
ESPN is giving the Wolverines a slight advantage over the Spartans. ESPN's matchup predictor gives the Wolverines a 51 percent chance at victory, which seems a little low considering Michigan is a 4.5-point favorite.
Overall, two of the three experts we highlighted here are picking the Michigan Wolverines tonight. However, ESPN only gave Michigan a 51 percent chance at winning, so this is shaping up to be a close contest.
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