Final Four Market Report: FAU vs. San Diego State Getting 2-Way Action, FAU Moneyline Is the Popular Bet
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The Final Four is set for Saturday night, and we are set to expect the unexpected.
It has been a wild ride to this point as the Final Four consists of a No. 4 seed, two No. 5 seeds and a No. 9 seed.
The first game will be between No. 9 seeded Florida Atlantic and No. 5 seeded San Diego State.
Bets have been rolling in on this game as Action Network has tracked more than 120,000 bets on the spread. For comparison sake, the most popular MLB game of the day is getting around 46,000 bets on the moneyline.
Florida Atlantic has been a public darling for the last few games. But the Owls are not getting the majority of the bets against the spread at BetMGM. FAU is currently getting 44% of the bets and accounts for just 34% of the handle.
The spread opened at FAU +1.5 and is currently FAU +2.5.
On the moneyline, however, the Owls are the popular bet. They are currently getting 66% of the moneyline bets and account for 39% of the handle. FAU +130 is currently the most popular bet in tickets between both games on Saturday night.
San Diego State -155, however, is the fifth most popular bet, so it is still getting solid two-way action.
The total has remained at 131.5 after opening at the number earlier in the week. The total is also getting some good two-way action as the over is getting 47% of the bets and 40% of the handle.
This appears to be a game that’s going to have plenty of betting action on all sides, and the action on the court could be even better.
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