Final Four Game Odds

Final Four Odds: Michigan, Villanova both favored in semifinals 3/26/18

With the matchups for the Final Four set, which teams are favored to advance to Monday’s National Championship of the NCAA Tournament?

The Final Four is scheduled to take place on Saturday from the Alamodome in San Antonio Texas, with the first game scheduled at 6:09PM ET and the second 30 minutes after the conclusion of the first.

(811) Loyola-Chicago vs. (812) Michigan, 6:09PM ET (TBS)

According to oddsmakers at YouWager, Michigan is the favorite in this game, as the Wolverines are getting odds of -5 points against Loyola (Chicago). The over/under total is currently at 129 points. The opening line had Michigan as a 6.5-point favorite while the total opened at 126 points. Loyola is on a 14-game win streak right now and the Ramblers have covered the spread in six straight. They have been the underdog in all four NCAA Tournament games they have played in. Michigan has won 13 straight games and is 2-1-1 against the spread in the tournament thus far. The Wolverines are 10-2-1 ATS during this win streak.

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(813) Kansas vs. (814) Villanova, 8:49PM ET (TBS)

According to oddsmakers, Villanova is favored against Kansas in this game. The Wildcats are getting odds of -5 points against Kansas, while the over/under total is opened at 155.5 points. The opening odds for this game had Nova as a 5-point favorite as well and hasn’t budged. The total for this game opened at 156 points and hit a low of 154.5 last night before moving up to 155.5. Nova has looked great in March. The Wildcats are on a 9-game winning streak right now, having won their last eight by double digits. They have covered the spread in seven of those eight wins, including all four NCAA Tournament games. Kansas has won seven straight. The Jayhawks’ last three wins have been by four points and they are 2-2 against the spread in the NCAA Tournament. Kansas is 4-1 ATS as an underdog this season, including the OT win over Duke on Sunday.

 

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