William & Mary Tribe visit High Point Panthers in NCAA Basketball wagering battle
William & Mary Tribe vs High Point Panthers Odds
Bettors will hope to hit paydirt on Saturday when the High Point Panthers try to run the William & Mary Tribe off the court at Millis Center in college hoops action.
The Panthers bring a 2-0 record (0-0 ATS) to this tilt against the 2-0 Tribe, who are 0-0 ATS. OVER/UNDER bettors have witnessed High Point go 0-0 so far and the Tribe go 0-0.
Power Rankings / Prediction:
It's a betting matchup between the No. 189-rated Panthers and the No. 323-ranked Tribe, according to the latest pro hoops power rankings here at Odds Shark. Prediction formulas run on this game indicate a possible 86-84 result in favor of the Panthers.
How They Match Up:
Scoring and defensive stats point to some edges in this matchup. The game features High Point's No. 39-ranked scoring average of 83.5 PPG, against a Tribe defense rated No. 42 and allowing 55 PPG. The Panthers FG% has averaged 50.4% to date this season, more than the Tribe shooters have managed so far (47.3% per game).
Defensively, William & Mary features the nation's No. 135-rated defense on the road, allowing 59 points per game. High Point, meanwhile, comes in at No. 93 nationally in scoring at home.
William & Mary was a 71-59 winner in their most recent outing on the road against Liberty. The Tribe got 21 points from Brandon Britt as William & Mary ran past Liberty 71-59 on Monday at Vines Center.
Last time out for High Point, they were an 86-64 winner as they battled Appalachian State on the road. The Panthers blew out Appalachian State on Tuesday, running up a 20+ point victory in an 86-64 win at Holmes Convocation Center.
William & Mary Tribe Trends:
When playing on Saturday are 3-7
Before playing Miami (Ohio) are 0-1
After playing Liberty are 0-6
After a win are 2-8
A few Tribe at Panthers trends to consider:
William & Mary is 1-8 SU in its last 9 games on the road
William & Mary home to Miami (Ohio), Wednesday, November 21
High Point home to St. Andrews, Wednesday, November 21