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Coastal Carolina Chanticleers vs Radford Highlanders Betting Matchup Report

Radford HighlandersCoastal Carolina Chanticleers
Jan 21, 2:00 PM | Kimbel Arena

Radford Highlanders vs Coastal Carolina Chanticleers Odds

4-17TEAM RECORD13-5

Kimbel Arena will host Chanticleers vs. Highlanders action on Saturday as both teams try to pay off for bettors in NCAAB action.

Coastal Carolina battles the Highlanders, currently sitting with a 4-17 mark (0-0 ATS). The OVER/UNDER records, always important for totals bettors, are 0-0 for the Chanticleers and 0-0 for the Highlanders.

View Radford vs Coastal Carolina Odds and Stats.

Power Rankings / Prediction:
This game matches up the No. 63 (Chanticleers) and the No. 267 (Highlanders) teams in the league, according to our current NCAAB power rank. A 78-61 result in favor of the Chanticleers has been projected by the scores prediction engine.

How They Match Up:
The game also pits Coastal Carolina's No. 48-ranked offense, averaging 75.5 PPG, against a Highlanders defense that ranks No. 213 at 68.3 PPG. The Chanticleers field goal percentage has averaged 49.9% so far, more than the Highlanders marksmen have achieved on the year, 37.6% per game.

Defensively, Radford features the nation's No. 294-rated defense on the road, allowing 76.7 points per game. Coastal Carolina, meanwhile, comes in at No. 29 nationally in scoring at home.

Radford was a 73-65 loser in their most recent outing at home against Campbell. The Highlanders endured a 73-65 loss at the hands of the Camels on Thursday, despite a 16-point effort from Javonte Green at Dedmon Center.

In their last action, Coastal Carolina was an 88-81 loser on the road against UNC Asheville. Sam McLaurin scored 17 points in a futile effort to lead the Chanticleers to a win (they lost 88-81 to UNC Asheville at Justice Center on Tuesday).

Next up:
Radford home to VMI, Thursday, January 26
Coastal Carolina at Presbyterian, Thursday, January 26

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