Harvard Crimson at Northeastern Huskies ATS Prediction 11/08/19

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The Northeastern Huskies (1-0) get their home schedule underway at Matthews Arena as 1-point underdogs against the Harvard Crimson (1-0). The game begins at 8 p.m. ET on Friday, November 8, 2019.

Harvard Crimson vs. Northeastern Huskies ATS Odds

Both teams were victorious in their last game. The Huskies were victorious over the Boston University Terriers 72-67, while the Crimson easily got past the MIT Engineers 84-27.

Harvard played a perfect game. They had an effective field goal percentage of 0.625 and an offensive rebounding percentage of 44.4. MIT put up marks of 0.256 and 25.6, respectively, for those same stats. Meanwhile, Northeastern’s 0.200 free throw rate was their largest advantage over Boston University, who had a mark of 0.091. Northeastern received a boost from Jordan Roland, who had 39 points. Chris Ledlum, meanwhile led the way for Harvard, finishing with 13 points and 11 rebounds.

Second-chance opportunities might be hard to find for Northeastern in this meeting. The Huskies rank 334th in offensive rebounding percentage (22.5 percent), while Harvard ranks 21st in defensive rebounding percentage (76.1 percent) since last season. Additionally, the Crimson rank 53rd in effective field goal percentage (0.539), whereas the suspect defense of the Huskies ranks 276th with an effective field goal percentage allowed of 0.522.

Harvard Crimson vs. Northeastern Huskies ATS Pick

Prediction: SU Winner – Northeastern, ATS Winner – Harvard, O/U – Over

Betting Notes (2018-Present):

  • Northeastern ranks 55th in steals allowed per game (5.4) while Harvard ranks 260th (7.7).
  • The Huskies rank 109th in assists per game (14.0) while the Crimson rank 239th (11.9).
  • Northeastern ranks 75th in three pointers attempted per game (25.0) while Harvard ranks 106th in three pointers allowed per game (21.3).
  • The Crimson rank 76th in blocks per game (4.1) while the Huskies rank 244th (2.1).
  • Harvard ranks 126th in rebounds per game (36.3) while Northeastern ranks 294th (31.6).