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Julian Edelman and the New England Patriots, pictured against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Gillette Stadium on Jan. 22, 2017 in Foxboro, Massachusetts, are three-point favorites over the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI. Getty Images

Just hours before the big game, the Super Bowl 2017 point spread remains the same as it’s been for two weeks. The New England Patriots are three-point favorites over the Atlanta Falcons Sunday in Houston, though other aspects of the betting odds have seen changes in recent days.

The over/under is still the highest in Super Bowl history, but it was even higher earlier in the week. After reaching 59 at most Las Vegas sportsbooks, the total is down to 58.5, via OddsShark. Most online sportsbooks appear to have the over/under set at 58.

Atlanta is the NFL’s highest-scoring team, ranking eighth in regular-season history with 33.8 points per game. New England finished the regular season third in points scored, though the team’s offense has been even better since Week 5 when Tom Brady returned from his suspension.

The moneyline has also changed somewhat, giving the Falcons a better chance to pull off the upset than they had earlier in the week. Atlanta is given +130 odds to win outright, while New England is down to a -150 favorite at many sportsbooks. Some oddsmakers have the Patriots as small as -145 favorites.

Among the numerous prop bets for Super Bowl LI are the alternate betting lines that gamblers can wager on. The betting website Bovada.lv offers 24 extra point spreads, including New England-7.5 at +350 and New England-10.5 at +450. Betting on the Patriots as 3.5-point underdogs comes with -275 odds.

Betting on Atlanta as a favorite comes with some pretty good odds. The Falcons have +600 odds to cover a 14.5-point spread, and they have +350 odds to win by more than seven points. There are also lines that make Atlanta an even bigger underdog than they are. Bovada.lv gives the Falcons -500 odds as 13.5-point underdogs and -1800 odds as 21.5-point underdogs.

In their six trips to the Super Bowl since 2002, all of New England’s games have been decided by four points or less. The Patriots and Falcons have won both of their playoff games by at least 16 points.