NCAA Tournament College Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Saturday April 6, 2019

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The NCAA Tournament moves into the Final Four on Saturday April 6th as there are two games scheduled over national television to the satisfaction of college basketball bettors worldwide.

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The Final Four begins from Minneapolis Minnesota at 6PM Eastern Time on CBS TV as the Virginia Cavaliers face the Auburn Tigers. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Virginia Cavaliers favored by -6 points with the over under line of 131 points. Auburn started off the NCAA Tournament with a scare as they survived a game winning shot attempt by New Mexico St in their 78-77 victory. Then came double digit wins to Kansas and North Carolina. Auburn in the Elite Eight defeated Kentucky in overtime 77-71. Tigers are a good three point shooting team that is not strong defensively. Virginia also faced overtime in the Elite Eight and came away with the 80-75 victory to Purdue. Cavaliers grabbed eight more rebounds than the young upstart Boilermakers team. Virginia a strong defensive team surrendered 49% shooting to the Boilermakers. A major injury for Auburn as Chuma Okeke is out with a torn ACL on his left knee. Okeke averaged 12 points with 6.8 rebounds per game on the season.

At 8:49PM Eastern Time on CBS TV the Michigan St Spartans will meet Texas Tech Red Raiders. Michigan St is favored by -2 ½ points with the over under line of 132 ½ points. Two elite defensive teams face off. Michigan St blew out Bradley, Minnesota and LSU prior to facing Duke in the Elite Eight. Spartans got past the Blue Devils 68-67 despite losing the rebounding battle by 11 boards. Difference in the game was Michigan St forcing 17 Blue Devils turnovers while committing only 6 for the game. Spartans only attempted six free throws. Texas Tech had a very difficult path to the Final Four. Red Raiders had to beat a good Northern Kentucky team, Buffalo, Michigan and Gonzaga to get to Minneapolis. Their defense held good offensive team in Buffalo to only 58 points and limited the Wolverines to just 44. In the win against Gonzaga, Red Raiders held the Bulldogs to just 42.4% shooting and 7 of 26 from three.

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