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Watch Kansas vs. Villanova Final Four online: 2018 NCAA Tournament live stream, time, date, Final Four Odds: Villanova Favored vs. Kansas in Battle of Top Seeds.

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oth of these teams like to run up and down the floor and shoot three-pointers, so the one with the better defense figures to be playing for the national championship on Monday. Even though the Wildcats struggled from behind the three-point arc in the East Regional Final – sinking only 4-of-24 shots (16.7 percent) – they still found a way to win 71-59 and cover as 6-point favorites on Sunday.

Now we’ll soon learn if that same resiliency that got Kansas to the Final Four will be enough to give Bill Self his second title, or if Jay Wright and Villanova can win its second in three seasons.

The Villanova Wildcats (34-4) entered the 2018 NCAA Tournament ranked second in the country by pollsters but as the favorites at sportsbooks monitored by to cut down the nets for the second time in three years.

The East Region champion Wildcats hope to move one step closer to that goal Saturday when they take on the Midwest’s Kansas Jayhawks (31-7) as 5-point betting favorites in a Final Four matchup between the only two top seeds that made it past the first four rounds of the Big Dance.

 After Kansas beat Duke this past weekend, it’s now time for the Jayhawks to face the Villanova Wildcats in the Final Four on Saturday night. There are several things to keep an eye on in what is clearly the more anticipated of the two games (Loyola Chicago vs. Michigan) in San Antonio. Here are five things that Jayhawks fans should be closely monitoring as the game tips off in the AlamoDome.

Viewing Information

  • Location: Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas
  • When: Saturday, March 31 at 8:49 p.m. ET
  • TV: TBS
  • Stream: March Madness Live
  • Follow: CBS Sports App

So what side you should back? Visit SportsLine now to find out which side of the  Villanova-Kansas spread you need to be all over, all from the expert who’s 9-2 on picks involving the Jayhawks or Wildcats.

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