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2019 NCAA Final 4 Betting Odds and Match-Ups

After three weeks of action on the hardwood, the field of 68 teams in the NCAA has been whittled down to the final four, and if you had this field of four picked out at the start of the tournament, you’re one of a very select few.

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So who’s going to be cutting down the nets? Let’s take a look at the contenders:

No. 5 Auburn Tigers vs. No. 1 Virginia Cavaliers

The Virginia Cavaliers are in their first Final Four since 1984 and they are the lone No. 1 seed remaining in the tournament. After finding themselves on the wrong side of history in their first-round upset to UMBC, the first time a No. 16 seed upset a No. 1 seed; the Cavaliers are looking for redemption, which would come with their season-ending atop a ladder cutting down the nets. But to get there, they’ll face a tough test against the Auburn Tigers, who are attending their very first Final Four. The Tigers have knocked off basketball blue blood after blue blood, upsetting the Kansas Jayhawks, the North Carolina Tar Heels and the Kentucky Wildcats en route to Minneapolis for the Final Four. Virginia’s DeAndre Hunter will have a lot on his hands trying to stop Auburn’s backcourt duo of Bryce Brown and Jared Harper, who scored a combined 50 points in their Elite Eight upset of Kentucky. The Tigers may be without Chuma Okeke, who missed the remainder of the tournament against North Carolina, but as they showed in their win against Kentucky, if they can set their own tempo against Virginia, don’t count the Tigers out.

Virginia are favorites with -5 ½ -110 and -260, the over under is at 131 – 110. Who do you think is going to cover the spread or win out right? Register Now to place your bet.

No. 3 Texas Tech vs. No. 2 Michigan State

Those who chose the Texas Tech Red Raiders as their sleeper pick for the Final Four have been rewarded as the Red Raiders downed the No. 2 Michigan Wolverines and the No. 1 Gonzaga Bulldogs on their way to the Final Four behind the stellar play of likely NBA lottery pick Jarrett Culver. But in their way to the championship game are the Michigan State Spartans, who are coming off one of the biggest wins in program history with their Elite Eight victory over a Duke team that many had anointed as one of the best in college basketball history. One of the Spartans who will be leaned on heavily again is Big Ten Player of the Year Cassius Winston, who had 20 points, 10 assists and four steals against the Blue Devils. While Michigan State may have the more storied past on the hardwood, the Red Raiders also have experience playing on the big stage, making it to the Elite Eight last year before falling to Villanova, who would go on to win the championship. The Red Raiders are playing in their very first Final Four, and they’ll need to see the same contribution from their lock-down defense if they’re going to slow down a hungry Michigan State team that’s looking for their first championship game appearance since 2009.

Michigan State comes out as favorites with -2 ½ -110 and -158, the over under is at 132 ½ -110. Who do you think is going to cover the spread or win out right? Enjoy the best college basketball betting odds right here at Skybook, register now to place your bet.

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