The Wisconsin Badgers are looking for a big win in Purdue on Monday and a big game against Iowa, who went into a four-game winning streak at home on Thursday.
The Badgers and Hawkeyes are making the most of their possessions in attack. The teams rank first in the country in terms of ball possession share, which is 11.9.
Iowa have a good attack and are second in the country in points scored per possession, but the Hawkeyes have 19.5 points less per 100 goals on the road than at home. playdi.
The Bears are also looking to take advantage of the Iowa team, which ranks 230th in terms of defensive rebound, allowing opponents to rebound in 27.9 percent of their missed shots.
The Badgers are 8-5 against the spread this season, with two of their own caps in the absence of Johnny Davis in games against Providence and Nicholls State. Davis has scored at least 20 points in eight of his last nine games, and he will lead the Badgers to another win on Thursday.
Game: Wisconsin, -1.5.