Thursday, February 14th, It is no surprise that the Kentucky Wildcats are a top five team and with a shot at the Southeastern Conference championship.
The top ranked Tennessee Volunteers have been transformed by head coach Rick Barnes.
Both Tennessee and Kentucky have been profitable despite their recent notoriety with the gambling public. And while the Wildcats are more balanced the Vols can score better than almost anyone.
The Wildcats dispatched the Volunteers easily in their first matchup two weeks ago, but Rick Barnes will have his players ready for revenge in this physical affair.
This game could be a bargain hunter delight with the changing odds of live betting. Current Form The number one in the nation ranked Tennessee Volunteers are also making gamblers happy with a recent run of four payouts in their last six games.
Tennessee leads the SEC with a record of straight up, vs. Despite their recent home loss to the LSU Tigers, Kentucky has been one of the hottest teams on the college basketball board.
The Wildcats have come away with the money in eight of their last nine games. U of K has gone under the total in eight of their last 10 games.
Kentucky is now in third place in the SEC with a record of straight up, against the spread, and under the total.
Matchup Metrics Kentucky has demonstrated pretty good balance with national rankings of 61st for scoring offense and 41st for points allowed.
U of K ranks 41st in the country for shooting percentage and 46th for free throws. Defensively U of K ranks 41st for shooting percentage against. Tennessee ranks seventh in the nation for scoring offense. The sharpshooting Volunteers ranks second in the country for field goal percentage.
UT ranks 12th in the country for free throw shooting.
The Vols defense ranks 13th best in the country for shooting percentage against. UT has paid in a whopping 14 out of their last 18 games away from home. The Vols have gone over the total in seven out of their last nine road tilts. However, Kentucky has covered six of their last eight games at Rupp Arena with seven of their last nine matchups at home going under the total.
Head to Head Head to head the Volunteers have had the recent edge on the board against Kentucky. The Volunteers have covered five of their last seven games against U of K with just one of their last six games going over the total.
And at Rupp Arena the Vols have paid in three of their last five visits with none of those games going over the total.
Players to Watch Tennessee is powered by forward Grant Williams and his All three players are over 13 points per game. Tennessee has shown the proven ability to get the money on the road and at Kentucky.
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