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Connecticut vs. Marquette: How to watch, TV channel, streaming, start time, injury report and stats

It's a matchup between the top two teams in the Big East as No. 2 UConn travels to face No. 8 Marquette.

This game represents both teams' final shots at picking up a marquee win before the regular season ends and the Big East Tournament begins next week.

The last time these teams met, the game took place in Connecticut and the UConn Huskies won in a blowout, 81-53.

How to watch Connecticut vs. Marquette, TV channel and streaming

Connecticut vs. Marquette will be broadcast on Fox Sports 1, which can be viewed through cable TV packages and streaming services such as YouTubeTV, FuboTV, and SlingTV.

Connecticut vs. Marquette start time, date and venue

Connecticut vs. Marquette is scheduled to tip off at 8:30 PM ET/7:30 PM CT at the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on Wednesday, March 5.

Connecticut vs. Marquette injury report

Connecticut Huskies: No injuries to report

Marquette Golden Eagles: Tyler Kolek - oblique, out; Oso Ighodaro - illness, questionable; Sean Jones - knee, out

Connecticut vs. Marquette predicted lineups

Connecticut Huskies: Tristen Newton, Stephon Castle, Alex Karaban, Cam Spencer, Donovan Clingan

Marquette Golden Eagles: Kam Jones, Chase Ross, Stevie Mitchell, Ben Gold, David Joplin

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Connecticut vs. Marquette stats

  • UConn is 26-3 this season while Marquette is 22-7.
  • The leader in assists per game in Division I Men's College Basketball with 7.6 per game, Marquette's Tyler Kolek will miss the contest against UConn due to an oblique injury.
  • UConn's Cam Spencer is third in the nation in three-point percentage at 45 percent and first in offensive rating at 141.0 points per 100 possessions.
  • UConn center Donovan Clingan is ninth in the nation in field goal percentage (64.2), second in player efficiency rating (35.5), second in win shares per 40 minutes (.305), third in offensive rating (136.4), seventh in offensive rebound percentage (16.7), and eighth in block percentage (11.2).
  • Marquette is ranked 25th in the nation in field goal percentage (48.3), and the fact they attempt the 62nd-most field goal per game indicates an above-average pace of play.
  • With the 195th-most field goal attempts per game, UConn plays a slow pace, although they hit their shots at the eighth-best field goal percentage in the nation (49.7).

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