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Providence vs. Villanova Odds - Big East Championship - What the Line Should Be

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Mar/10/2018

Tony Caliente here with a look at the Providence vs. Villanova Big East Tourney Championship game and what the line should be compared to what it actually is.

The line was set at Villanova -13.5 after opening at -12.5.  The College Basketball Betting Power Ratings suggest this line is on the money.

While Nova has won five of the last six games in this series, Providence did win in the last meeting.

Using the current spread of -12.5, Providence covered in four of the last five losses to Villanova.

Even though Providence may not be as talented as the last team they faced off against, Xavier, the Wildcats are preparing for a tough matchup.

“They’re very physical, very disciplined defensively,” Villanova coach Jay Wright said of Providence in a postgame interview on Fox Sports One. “We always have very tight games. That’s what the Big East is all about. It will be nice and ugly tomorrow night, I promise.”

- Tony Caliente, Gambling911.com

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