The Fairleigh Dickinson Knights (2-6) head to Yanitelli Center to clash against the Saint Peter’s Peacocks (1-4). The Knights can end a six-game road losing streak. Action starts at 7 p.m. ET on Wednesday, December 11, 2019.
Fairleigh Dickinson Knights at Saint Peter’s Peacocks Betting Odds
Both teams lost in their last contest. The Peacocks lost to the St. John’s Red Storm, 79-69, while the Knights were blown out by the eighth-ranked Kentucky Wildcats, 83-52.
Fairleigh Dickinson had a better offensive rebounding percentage (31.8 vs. 38.7) while Saint Peter’s had an offensive rebounding percentage of 46.9 (above their season average of 31.5). Aaron Estrada fueled Saint Peter’s with 18 points and five assists. Fairleigh Dickinson was led by Kaleb Bishop, who contributed 12 points and eight rebounds.
The Knights won the lone contest between these two teams last year, 83-74. Fairleigh Dickinson was effective at getting and making free throws. The Knights made 29 of their 34 free throws (85.3 percent), while the Peacocks were 17-20 (85.0 percent).
The prolific offense of Fairleigh Dickinson will go head-to-head against the mid-tier defense of Saint Peter’s. Since the 2018-19 season, the Knights rank 93rd in offensive efficiency, while the Peacocks are 288th in defensive efficiency. The Knights should have the edge on that end of the court.
Fairleigh Dickinson Knights vs. Saint Peter’s Peacocks Free Pick
Basketball Pick: SU Winner – Saint Peter’s, ATS Winner – Saint Peter’s, O/U – Over
Betting Notes (2018-Present):
- Fairleigh Dickinson ranks 132nd in assists per game (13.2) while Saint Peter’s ranks 248th (9.5).
- The Peacocks rank 42nd in rebounds allowed per game (32.0) while the Knights rank 116th (34.4).
- Fairleigh Dickinson ranks 228th in three pointers attempted per game (19.3) while Saint Peter’s ranks 248th (18.1).
- The Knights rank 85th in steals per game (7.1) while the Peacocks rank 176th in steals allowed per game (7.3).
- Saint Peter’s ranks 16th in blocks per game (5.4) while Fairleigh Dickinson ranks 93rd in blocks allowed per game (3.2).