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How to watch Louisville vs. Virginia

Can the Cards avoid a trap game loss?

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Louisville will look to move one step closer to the ACC championship game and extend its home winning streak to 11 when it plays host to Virginia at L&N Stadium on Thursday night.

ESPN will have the television coverage of the contest, with Matt Barrie (play-by-play), Dan Mullen (analyst) and Harry Lyles (sideline reporter) on the call.

According to DraftKings Sportsbook, the Cardinals are a 20.5-point favorite to take care of the Cavaliers and move to 9-1 on the season and 6-1 in the ACC. U of L has covered the spread in all 10 of its wins during this current 10-game home winning streak.

Louisville currently sits alone in second place in the ACC standings, trailing only undefeated and fourth-ranked Florida State.

Virginia enters Thursday with just a 2-7 overall record and a 1-4 mark in conference play. Three of those league losses have come by just three points, and the one victory came over then-No. 10 North Carolina.

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