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#802 ST. LOUIS (-) over Duquesne at 8 PM EST
In a same-season revenge mode and with a shot at a double-bye in the A-10 Conference Tournament, St. Louis will show no mercy when Duquesne visits on Wednesday evening. The Dukes enter this contest off a SU and ATS home win over UMass and this trip to Chaifetz Arena will be a difficult one for head coach Keith Dambrot’s men.

According to the History Book, the Billikens have posted a soft 3-7 SU and 4-6 ATS record in their last 10 games in this series. That includes a 77-73 loss as a -1.5-point favorite at Pittsburgh back on January 23rd. Thankfully, when fighting with same season single revenge, St. Louis has been a solid investment notching a strong 49-28-1 ATS record. In this role running the court with four or more days of rest, head coach Travis Ford’s boys improve to a lucrative 25-10 ATS including a blistering 15-2 SU and ATS in this set provided their opponent played in the comforts of home last. Finally, at home checking in off a conference battle, the Billikens hold a money-making 73-39-1 ATS mark provided their opponent arrives off a straight up win including 20-5 ATS in their last 25 in this role running with four or more days of rest.

This is not the spot to be opening up your wallet for Duquesne either. When holding a pointspread won/loss percentage greater than .500, the Dukes sport a stiff 55-78-3 ATS record provided their opponent takes the court with four or more days of rest. In this role installed as a single-digit underdog and running the floor against a conference foe, Duquesne falls to a woeful 9-24-2 ATS. Also, when priced as a pup of +9 or less down to pick and going into revenge, the Dukes have really struggled notching a dismal 19-59 SU and 29-47-2 ATS mark including 7-18 ATS in this set if their opponent takes the court off a straight up win of six points or more.

SLU cleans the glass well on both sides of the floor and, in a revenge mode and with the potential for a double-bye in the conference tournament on the line, the Billikens will grab this important win and cover. Take St. Louis. Thanks and best of luck, Tom.

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