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Providence isn't exactly in the hunt for an NCAA Tournament bid anymore, but many still consider
Sports Chat Place
#NCAAB Predictions for the #Providence vs #Creighton matchup:— Daily Sports Predictions (@DSPredictions) March 6, 2019
Sports Chat Place: Creighton -6
Doc's Sports: Providence +6
ESPN's BPI: Providence: 18.4% | Creighton: 81.6%https://t.co/ZiOTBVMnVX
Right now, it's hard to ignore the hot hand. Following a win, the Bluejays are 4-1 against the spread (ATS) this year. Unless there's some sort of massive drop off after its big win against Marquette, Sports Chat Place believes Creighton will cover at home by at least six points.
Josh Schonwald, of Doc's Sports, picked the Providence Friars to cover as many as six points. Both of these teams have their strong points, including Creighton's position as a Top-10 team in true shooting percentage, but he thinks the margin is just too big to ignore.
Creighton is getting hot at the right time as winners of three straight. Providence, on the other hand, has lost six of nine games. Tony's Picks believes this game will mirror those trends, with the Bluejays winning by double digits and covering the spread.
ESPN BPI Calculator
ESPN's BPI renders Creighton as the heavy favorite, giving the Bluejays an 81.6 percent chance of winning this one straight up.
Overall, all four highlighted expert predictions are calling for the Bluejays to win straight up, with 2-of-3 spread picks backing Creighton to cover a 5-point spread.
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