Sure, analytics is important when it comes to sports betting. Experienced bettors rely on it for every risk they take, and they often end up with a smile on their face. And one step these sports bettors take is checking the most promising matches.
So Griff’s Houston brings you the five top college basketball teams in action that you should definitely check out and you can bet that it’ll be easier to predict the outcome. We’ll also include the channel in which the match will be streamed.
Duke at Pittsburgh on ESPN
This season, Duke is definitely where you should be at with an ATS of 9-5 this season, including their last eight games with 5-3 ATS.
As for Pittsburgh, they are 9-4 ATS this year. They also have an ATS of 7-2 as the home team.
Texas Tech at Kansas State on ESPN2
This season, Texas Tech is at an ATS of 4-6-1 and if we include their last seven games with lines, then they have 1-5-1 ATS.
Kansas State has had 9-1 straight-up but unfortunately, they only have 5-6 ATS at home. Their stats are still relatively impressive though.
Buffalo at Northern Illinois on ESPN+
Buffalo is 6-2 straight-up all the while having an ATS of 5-1 at home. The over of buffalo is 13-0 straight-up and 9-3-1 ATS. On the other hand, there under is 8-8 and 6-4 over the last 10 games.
As for Northern Illinois, they have a 9-7 ATS although only 1-4 is in their conference games.
Auburn at South Carolina on SEC Network
With Auburn, an ATS of 7-6-1 ATS is achieved this season but unfortunately, their last eight games with lines yielded only 2-6. The over is 9-5 in Auburn though, and 6-2 if we’re counting the eight matches with lines.
In contrast, South Carolina is 6-7 ATS this year, with 2-4 at home. Also, the over in South Carolina games is 9-4.
Villanova at Butler on Fox Sports 1
Villanova is 11-6 ATS this season, and their previous games is relatively great too with 6-2. On the other hand, though, Butler is 9-1 straight-up and also 7-6 ATS at home.
With these statistics in mind, it would be easier to predict the outcome of other upcoming matches. If you think these statistics is the information you need to get consistent winning results, check out more in our sports insights content.