The No. 6 seed Kentucky Wildcats (21-11) and the No. 11 seed Providence Friars (21-11) will meet on Friday at 7:10 PM in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament. The contest airs on CBS.

In this article, you can check out odds and spreads for the Kentucky vs. Providence matchup across multiple sportsbooks.

Kentucky vs. Providence Game Info

  • When: Friday, March 17, 2023 at 7:10 PM ET
  • Where: Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina
  • How to Watch on TV: CBS

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Kentucky vs. Providence Odds, Spread, Over/Under

Here's a look at the odds, spread and over/under for this matchup across individual sportsbooks.

Favorite Total Kentucky Moneyline Providence Moneyline
BetMGM Kentucky (-4.5) 143.5 -200 +165 Bet on this game with BetMGM
DraftKings Kentucky (-4.5) 143.5 -195 +165 Bet on this game with DraftKings
PointsBet Kentucky (-3.5) 144.5 -169 +140 Bet on this game with PointsBet

Kentucky vs. Providence Betting Trends

  • Kentucky has put together a 15-17-0 record against the spread this season.
  • A total of 20 out of the Wildcats' 32 games this season have hit the over.
  • Providence is 17-11-1 ATS this year.
  • In the Friars' 29 chances this year, the combined scoring has gone over the point total 15 times.

Kentucky Futures Odds

  • Odds to win the national championship: +4000
  • Kentucky is 16th-best in the country in terms of its odds to win the national championship (+4000), but only 19th-best, according to computer rankings.
  • The Wildcats have experienced the 67th-biggest change in terms of their national championship odds, dropping from +900 at the start of the season to +4000.
  • Based on its moneyline odds, Kentucky has a 2.4% chance of winning the national championship.

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