Syracuse will lock horns with Louisville in a college basketball game at JMA Wireless Dome on Wednesday, scheduled to commence at 7 p.m. EST.
This prediction and best bet for Wednesday’s college basketball matchup between Louisville and Syracuse is from Dimers.com, a reliable source for sports betting predictions.
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Utilize the interactive widget below to view the current spread, over/under, and moneyline odds and probabilities for the Louisville-Syracuse game at JMA Wireless Dome.
Syracuse vs. Louisville betting preview
Check out all the important details on tonight’s game, as well as the best odds sourced from the top sportsbooks in the country.
Key information on the Syracuse vs. Louisville matchup, including where the game is and what time it tips off.
- Teams: Syracuse vs. Louisville
- Date: Wednesday, February 7, 2024
- Time: 7 p.m. EST
- Location: JMA Wireless Dome
- TV: ESPN2
Odds for the key markets in the Louisville-Syracuse college basketball matchup.
- Spread: Louisville +8.5 (-112), Syracuse -8.5 (-105)
- Moneyline: Louisville +275, Syracuse -350
- Total: Over/Under 153.5 (-115/-105)
The odds and lines presented here are the best available from selected sports betting sites at the time of publication and are subject to change.
Please note that in New York, you cannot bet on in-state college teams. This applies to both home and road games. That said, you can bet on college teams from schools located outside of the state.
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Expert prediction: Syracuse vs. Louisville
According to Dimers’ independent predictive analytics model, Syracuse is more likely to beat Louisville at JMA Wireless Dome. This prediction is based on the model giving Syracuse a 76% chance of winning the game.
Furthermore, Dimers predicts that Syracuse (-8.5) has a 51% chance of covering the spread, while the 153.5-point over/under is considered an equal 50-50 chance of hitting.
These predictions and probabilities are accurate at the time of publication but are subject to potential changes.
Syracuse vs. Louisville best bet
Our top pick for the Syracuse vs. Louisville game on Wednesday is to bet on Syracuse -8.5 (-105).
Our betting tips are based on comprehensive modeling and valuable wagering intelligence, designed to assist you in making smarter investments.
Score prediction for Syracuse vs. Louisville
Dimers’ predicted final score for the Syracuse vs. Louisville game on Wednesday has Syracuse winning 80-72.
This expert prediction is based on each team’s average score following 10,000 game simulations, offering a glimpse into the potential outcome.
College basketball today: Syracuse vs. Louisville
Get ready for Wednesday’s college basketball matchup between Louisville and Syracuse at JMA Wireless Dome, which is scheduled to start at 7 p.m. EST. If you’re looking to enhance the excitement of the game, you might want to consider exploring parlay picks.
We emphasize that all of the college basketball predictions and college basketball best bets in this preview are based on 10,000 data-driven simulations of the Syracuse vs. Louisville matchup, and they are correct at the time of publication. They aim to help you make better decisions when placing bets at online sportsbooks.
Please note that when engaging in online betting, it is important to exercise responsible gambling practices and consult reliable sources for the latest and most accurate information.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Ryan Leaver is a highly experienced sports betting digital content producer for Cipher Sports Technology Group. He boasts an impressive writing portfolio, contributing to prominent platforms like Dimers, Fox Sports, Stats Insider, and Triple M.