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Wednesday's college basketball action features a Big East matchup between the No. 16 Marquette Golden Eagles (23-6) and the Seton Hall Pirates (16-12). Marquette beat Seton Hall on its home court earlier this season by a score of 70-66. 

Now on the road, the Golden Eagles are a 1.5-point favorite against the Pirates, according to FanDuel Sportsbook

Before placing a wager on Wednesday's matchup its a good idea to get the opinion of an expert. Here is what a few experts from around the industry are saying about this Big East rematch. 

Marquette vs Seton Hall Basketball Prediction

Cappers Picks

Evan Petty, of Cappers Picks, is expecting revenge tonight. Petty is predicting a Seton Hall victory by a score of 78-72, which would help them potentially squeeze into the tournament. 

Sports Chat Place

The experts at Sports Chat Place are taking the road team and laying the points. Marquette is 6-1 against the spread (ATS) in its last seven road games, while the Pirates are 2-7 ATS in their last nine games at home. 

Scores & Stats

The Scores & Stats crew is expecting an easy cover from the Golden Eagles. They expect Marquette to bounce back from its back-to-back losses to revive its Big East title hopes. 

ESPN Basketball Power Index

The ESPN formula is siding with Marquette, assigning the Golden Eagles a 57.7-percent chance to win on the road tonight. 

Overall, we have two experts expecting Marquette to cover the small spread and one that is taking Seton Hall straight up in this Big East matchup. ESPN likes Marquette from a moneyline perspective, as they don't provide a lean on the spread.  

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