- The Michigan State Spartans are 3.0-point underdogs to the Wisconsin Badgers.
- Wisconsin comes back as a -150 betting favorite while MSU has +130 odds.
- There are -110 odds on both sides of the 139.0-point total.
MADISON, Wis. – Two ranked Big Ten teams are set to meet as the Michigan State Spartans and Wisconsin Badgers play one another.
Is Michigan State Worth Betting As An Underdog?
The Spartans are a fairly balanced team and the same can be said about the Badgers. Legal sports betting sites have set the difference between these two at just one possession and maybe rightfully so.
Michigan State vs Wisconsin Spread Odds
- Michigan State Spartans +3.0 -110
- Wisconsin Badgers -3.0 -110
The two couldn’t be closer to one another on KenPom’s rankings as they are 23rd and 24th overall. One aspect worth noting is that Wisconsin is labeled as one of the luckiest teams in the country. This may bring college basketball betting fans to bet on the underdog’s moneyline.
Michigan State vs Wisconsin Moneyline Odds
- Michigan State Spartans +130
- Wisconsin Badgers -150
It really is tough to find too many differences between the two, leaving relative value on either side of the line.
Betting The Total: 139.0 Points
The team’s average totals are extremely similar as Michigan State scored 74.2 points per game while Wisconsin scored 72.6 points per game. Plus, MSU allows 65.8 points while the Badgers give up 65.8 points per game.
Michigan State vs Wisconsin Total Odds
- OVER 139.0 -110
- UNDER 139.0 -110
Wisconsin has the 256th-best field goal percentage as a team as well as the 235th-fastest tempo which may very well lead this game towards the UNDER. There may simply be too few possessions and too low efficiency for this game to reach 140 or more points.
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