Wichita will host an intriguing Elite Eight matchup on Monday evening, with the winner claiming a spot in the 2022 Women's Final Four. The No. 3 seed Michigan Wolverines take on the No. 1 seed Louisville Cardinals in a rematch of a regular season tilt in December.
Tipoff is set for 9 p.m. ET at INTRUST Bank Arena. The Cardinals are 4.5-point favorites in the latest Michigan vs. Louisville 2022 Women's NCAA Tournament odds from Caesars Sportsbook, and the Over-Under for total points scored is set at 129.
Before you lock in any Women's NCAA Tournament bets or women's college basketball predictions, you really have to see what women's college basketball experts Calvin Wetzel and Aaron Barzilai are saying.
Barzilai is a Ph.D. from Stanford who served as Director of Basketball Analytics for the Philadelphia 76ers. Five years ago, he founded HerHoopStats.com -- a groundbreaking website that unlocks insights about the women's game. Wetzel, the site's lead betting writer, incorporates his mathematical background and strong knowledge of women's NCAA hoops to turn the site's prediction model into picks.
Barzilai and Wetzel got off to a fast start with SportsLine as they went 13-7 on their first 20 picks. Currently, they are 559-408 overall (+113.80 units, +12.99 percent) in the 2021-22 women's college basketball season. Anyone who has followed them has seen HUGE returns.
Barzilai and Wetzel know Michigan is highly efficient. The Wolverines are shooting 45.3 percent from the field and 75.5 percent from free throw line, both of which rank strongly above the national average. Michigan also creates more than 20 free throw attempts per game, and the Wolverines have an edge on the glass. Michigan secures 10 more rebounds per game than opponents this season.
The experts also know Louisville is prolific. The Cardinals are out-scoring opponents by more than 17 points per game this season. Louisville is shooting almost 10 percentage points better than opponents in 2021-22, and the Cardinals are making nearly 37 percent of three-point attempts. Louisville is also well above-average as a passing team, averaging almost 16 assists per contest.
The experts have taken a close look at the Michigan vs. Louisville matchup from every angle and revealed their picks, including a CONFIDENT spread prediction and a strong lean on the total. You ABSOLUTELY need to see their breakdown before locking in any women's college basketball picks of your own.
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