North Carolina Tar Heels versus Virginia Cavaliers College Basketball Betting Preview

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College basketball betting enthusiasts can get their wagers in on an ACC conference matchup on Sunday January 6th as the North Carolina Tar Heels will be the rod team as they face the Virginia Cavaliers.

The Tar Heels and Cavaliers will begin from Virginia at 8PM Eastern Time and ESPNU will deliver the television coverage.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker have the Virginia Cavaliers favored by –2 1/2 points with an over under line of 133 1/2 points. Those playing on the Virginia Cavaliers on the money line will get back -135 odds. Those who believe that the North Carolina Tar Heels can get the outright win can take back +115 odds for their money line wager.

The Tar Heels are 2-2 straight up in true road games this season and enter play with an overall mark of 10-3. They have dominated Virginia with three straight wins and nine wins in their past ten head to head meetings. North Carolina opens ACC conference play and was tuned up with a 79-73 home win on December 29th against the UNLV Rebels and covering as a -2 point favorite. Their two true road losses came in an 85-67 road defeat on December 19th at Texas as a -4 ½ point betting favorite and on November 27th as the Tar Heels were blown out by Indiana 83-59 as a +11 point road underdog. The Virginia Cavaliers are a perfect 9-0 straight up on their home court and 10-3 overall this season as they too begin ACC conference play. Notable wins thus far in the non-conference came on November 28th in a 60-54 road win at Wisconsin as a +10 point underdog and on December 5th in a 46-38 home victory against Tennessee as a -4 ½ point favorite. The losses this season came on neutral courts against Delaware and Old Dominion and on the road at George Mason. Virginia is a defensive minded team ranking number one in the nation in points allowed at 50 points per game and the team is fifth in field goal defense as opponents can make just 35.3% from the field against them.

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