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Eagles visit Campbell Camels in college basketball clash

Winthrop EaglesCampbell Camels
Feb 29, 2:00 PM | Kimmel Arena

Winthrop Eagles vs Campbell Camels Odds

11-19TEAM RECORD17-14

College basketball wagering interest will be high on Wednesday when the Eagles of Winthrop hit the hard court against the Camels of Campbell.

This game is part of the Big South Tournament which will decide the conference champion and help decide March Madness seedings. This game is being played at a neutral-site court (Kimmel Arena).

The Camels bring a 17-14 record (0-1 ATS) to this tilt against the 11-19 Eagles, who are 1-3 ATS. OVER/UNDER bettors have witnessed Campbell go 1-0 so far and the Eagles go 2-2.

View Winthrop vs Campbell Odds and Stats.

Betting Line:
Bettors looking to side with Campbell in this one will find them as 1.5-point favorites.

Power Rankings / Prediction:
This game matches up the No. 150 (Camels) and the No. 245 (Eagles) teams in the league, according to our current NCAAB power rank. A 70-67 result in favor of the Camels has been projected by the scores prediction engine.

How They Match Up:
When it comes to rebounds, the visiting Eagles rank No. 226 in NCAA Division 1 with 33.6 per game. That compares with Campbell’s No. 118 ranking in that category. The story is different when it comes to three-point shooting where Campbell is college basketball's No. 259-ranked team at 5.3 per game, while the Eagles rate No. 300 with 4.9 per game.

Defensively, Winthrop features the nation's No. 135-rated defense on the road, allowing 68.6 points per game. Campbell, meanwhile, comes in at No. 39 nationally in scoring at home.

Winthrop lost its last outing, a 67-55 result against UNC Asheville on February 25. Winthrop suffered a 67-55 loss against UNC Asheville on Saturday, getting 12 points from Reggie Middleton in a losing effort at Justice Center.

Campbell was a 49-41 loser in its last match on the road against Liberty. The Camels got 13 points from Darren White, but it was Liberty that prevailed in a 49-41 final on Saturday at Vines Center.