A SEC battle is set for Tuesday night when the LSU Tigers (12-7, 1-6 in SEC) visit the Arkansas Razorbacks (13-6, 2-5). These two teams have struggled in conference play, but the Razorbacks will feel good about ending their long losing streak over the weekend. Below is my college basketball prediction for LSU vs Arkansas.
LSU vs Arkansas Betting Pick
|ℹ️ The Pick:||Arkansas -11.5|
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Why Bet Arkansas -11.5
✅ Arkansas is 18-1 in their last 19 home games.
✅ The Razorbacks are 9-3 in their last 12 home games against the Tigers.
✅ LSU is 0-6 in their last six games played.
Team Stats Per Game
Advanced Game Stats
|83.33||Avg Opp Score||77.67|
|83||Avg Opp Score||69.67|
|77.2||Avg Opp Score||77.8|
|76||Avg Opp Score||63.4|
|72.3||Avg Opp Score||70.3|
|74.2||Avg Opp Score||63.8|
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Last time out, LSU hosted the #9 Tennessee Volunteers and were soundly beaten 77-56. This game was over before it started as the Vols quickly built a big lead and never looked back. The Tigers trailed by 17 at the break and were never able to get back into the game in the second half. LSU trailed by as many as 27 points, never led by more than two, and could not cover the +11.0-point spread.
KJ Williams had 16 points and four rebounds on the day. Trae Hannibal came off the bench and added 10 points, three rebounds, and one steal in the defeat.
Through 19 games, LSU is scoring 67.9 points per game, shooting 42.9% from the field, and assisting on 12.8 made shots. The Tigers are allowing 67.6 points, grabbing 34.5 rebounds, blocking 2.6 shots, and stealing the ball 7.4 times.
Arkansas welcomed the Ole Miss Rebels and used a big second half to win 69-57. The Rebels started well in this game and were down just three points at halftime. However, the Razorbacks woke up after the break and their talent advantage allowed them to comfortably get the double-digit win. Arkansas led by as many as 21 points, never trailed by more than five, and covered the -9.5-point spread.
Anthony Black had 17 points, three rebounds, eight assists, and five steals in the game. Davonte Davis added16 points, five rebounds, four assists, and one steal in the victory.
After 19 games, Arkansas is scoring 75.8 points per game, shooting 47.2% from the field, and assisting on 13.1 made shots. The Razorbacks are allowing 66.3 points, grabbing 36.3 rebounds, blocking 4.6 shots, and stealing the ball 9.2 times.