Duke Game Tonight: Duke vs. North Carolina Injuries, Odds, Prediction

Duke basketball forward Paolo Banchero and head coach Mike Krzyzewski (Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports)
Duke basketball forward Paolo Banchero and head coach Mike Krzyzewski (Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports) /

The Duke basketball team can punch its ticket to the National Championship on Saturday night. 

The stakes have never been higher for the Duke basketball program.

A Final Four game against hated North Carolina in the final season under head coach Mike Krzyzewski.

The two have never met in the NCAA Tournament, but that will change on Saturday night.

It does not much bigger than that.

The Tar Heels defeated Marquette, Baylor, UCLA, and St. Peter’s to get to the Final Four while the Blue Devils toppled Cal State Fullerton, Michigan State, Texas Tech, and Arkansas.

Both programs split the regular-season series with each team winning on the other’s home court.

However, North Carolina pulled off the biggest victory in the upset in the final home game for Mike Krzyzewski at the beginning of March.

Some have called Saturday the biggest game in the history of college basketball, but it is certainly the biggest game in the history of Duke basketball.

Duke Injury Report vs. North Carolina

Duke is fully healthy and ready to go in the Final Four against North Carolina on Saturday night.

Duke vs. North Carolina Odds: Spread, Over/Under & Betting Pick

WynnBET’s College Basketball Odds lists Duke as a 4-point favorite against North Carolina while the total is set at 151.

The differences in the two regular-season games between the two rivals could not have been more noticeable.

Duke could not miss offensively in the Dean E. Smith Center while North Carolina battled first-half foul trouble and could not dig themselves out of the hole the Blue Devils put them in.

The emotions in Durham were running high in the regular-season finale, and the moment looked too big for the Blue Devils before Duke settled into the game in the first half. But Duke could not pull away from North Carolina.

The Tar Heels went on a late first-half run and carried that momentum into the second half to pull away late for the improbable victory.

Saturday night will be a fight between both teams, and it’s hard to say if it will feel like a typical Duke vs. North Carolina game.

Revenge for trying to avenge the loss in Cameron Indoor Stadium will prevail for Duke as the Blue Devils will win outright and cover the spread against North Carolina. The total will go under the number listed.

What Channel is the Duke Game On?

The game will be broadcasted at approximately 8:49 p.m. E.T. on TBS.

Duke vs. North Carolina Live Stream

Saturday’s Duke basketball game can be streamed live on Fubo TV.

Duke Next Game and Schedule

Monday, April 4 vs. Kansas/Villanova (9:00 p.m. EST)*

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