- Army has -175 odds to beat Missouri in the Armed Forces Bowl.
- There is a 4-point spread in favor of Army.
FORT WORTH, Texas – The Armed Forces Bowl will kick off on Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. in Fort Worth, Texas at Amon G. Carter Stadium. Going into the matchup, the Army Black Knights are favored over the Missouri Tigers.
Army Vs. Missouri Odds
- Army -175
- Missouri +150
- Spread: Army -4
- Total: 56.5 Points
Legal online betting sites are backing Army after their solid performance this season. The Black Knights finished their season going 8-4 and are coming off of a 4-1 stint in their last five games. As for the Tigers, they are coming off of their third 6-6 season in a row.
Taking Advantage Of The Tigers Against The Spread
CFB odds have given Army a 4-point spread in their favor. Some might think this is a stretch considering the two are only separated by one game, however, Missouri has done an awful job ATS this season. The Tigers are sitting with the fifth-worst record against the spread this season at 3-9. They are also missing the cover by an average of 5.4 points.
Army has also had an inconsistent year against the spread going 6-6, but are winning their games by an average of 11.3 points. They have also covered the spread in three of their last five games. Also, they have covered a 4-point spread in seven of their eight wins this season.
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Armed Forces Bowl History
With their appearance in the Armed Forces Bowl this year, it will be the Black Knights fourth appearance since 2010. In the three games they have played already, they have gone an undefeated 3-0 with their most recent wins coming in 2017 and 2018.
Being that this bowl game is geared towards Army and they have not disappointed when playing in it yet, it is safe to say they’ll take advantage of an inconsistent Missouri squad.
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