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2018 March Madness Final Prediction


2018 March Madness Final PredictionAfter three weeks of Madness, two teams are still standing in the NCAA Division 1 Men’s Basketball Tournament. It’s time to make the final March Madness Prediction that fans have been arguing about throughout the month of March. It’s all about to come to an end tonight when Villanova takes on Michigan at the Alamodome in San Antonio,TX.

For the Villanova Wildcats, a win would get Jay Wright’s a second national title in three seasons. For Jalen Brunson, his status as the most accomplished player in program history would be a done deal.

On the other hand, a win for the Wolverines would erase the stinging memory of a second-place finish in 2013.

Villanova has been the online sportsbooks’ favorite team since the beginning of the tournament. Michigan as the 6.5 point underdog against a Villanova has made them a popular pick for basketball bettors.  


Examining the Contenders

Bookie Pay Per Head ServiceThe Wildcats were also seen by the bookies as a favorite to win this year’s March Madness. Michigan, who ended Loyola-Chicago's Cinderella run Saturday, have covered in 11 of their past 14 games.  In addition they rank No. 3 in defense.

The odds by most sportsbook pay per head providers had Villanova opened as a 6.5-point favorite.  Since then the line has risen to seven. The Over-Under, or total number of points Vegas believes will be scored, is at 144.5, down half-a-point from the opener.

What the Experts have to say about this March Madness Final Prediction

Some experts at believe that Michigan can stay within the spread or win the game outright. In order to do that, it would have to establish 6-foot-11 forward Moritz Wagner in the paint.

Wagner is spindly, but he shows no fear banging with the big boys for rebounds and putbacks. His size should provide matchup problems for guard-centric Villanova

Our prediction is to take Villanova at -7

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