Monday's game that pits the Kansas Jayhawks (20-11) versus the Missouri Tigers (18-13) at Allen Fieldhouse has a projected final score of 70-62 (based on our computer prediction) in favor of Kansas, who is favored in this matchup by our model. Tipoff is at 7:30 PM ET on March 20.

The Tigers' most recent outing on Thursday ended in a 61-51 win over Illinois State.

Missouri vs. Kansas Game Info

  • When: Monday, March 20, 2023 at 7:30 PM ET
  • Where: Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence, Kansas

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Missouri vs. Kansas Score Prediction

  • Prediction: Kansas 70, Missouri 62

Missouri Schedule Analysis

  • The Tigers defeated the Mississippi State Bulldogs (No. 35 in our computer rankings) in a 75-62 win on February 16 -- their signature victory of the season.
  • The Tigers have tied for the 50th-most Quadrant 1 victories in the nation (two), but also have tied for the 50th-most Quadrant 1 defeats (eight).
  • When facing Quadrant 2 teams, Missouri is 6-4 (.600%) -- tied for the 22nd-most wins.
  • When facing Quadrant 3 teams (according to the RPI), the Jayhawks are 8-1 (.889%) -- tied for the 26th-most wins.

Missouri 2022-23 Best Wins

  • 75-62 at home over Mississippi State (No. 35) on February 16
  • 66-65 on the road over Alabama (No. 42) on January 5
  • 71-66 over UMass (No. 49) on December 3
  • 69-47 over Wake Forest (No. 78) on November 21
  • 74-61 at home over Jackson State (No. 79) on December 11

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Missouri Performance Insights

  • The Tigers outscore opponents by 3.3 points per game (posting 65.2 points per game, 174th in college basketball, and conceding 61.9 per contest, 109th in college basketball) and have a +102 scoring differential.
  • In SEC games, Missouri has averaged 4.3 fewer points (60.9) than overall (65.2) in 2022-23.
  • In 2022-23 the Tigers are averaging 10.8 more points per game at home (68.8) than away (58).
  • Missouri is conceding fewer points at home (60.4 per game) than away (62).
  • Over their last 10 games, the Tigers are putting up 62.9 points per contest, 2.3 fewer points than their season average (65.2).