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NCAA Tournament Final Four Games 2021 Odds, How to Watch & Betting Lines for March Madness Semifinal on FanDuel

Jason Schandl
NCAA March Madness Final Four Games Odds, Schedule, TV Coverage, How to Watch & Betting Lines for 2021 NCAA Tournament.
NCAA March Madness Final Four Games Odds, Schedule, TV Coverage, How to Watch & Betting Lines for 2021 NCAA Tournament. / Jamie Squire/Getty Images
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Final Four NCAA Tournament Games

The 2021 NCAA Tournament bracket has been narrowed down to just four teams: Gonzaga, UCLA, Baylor and Houston.

An unprecedented number of upsets have led to some crazy results in this year's tournament, and Gonzaga is heavily favored to win the National Championship.

If the early rounds of the tournament have made anything clear, though, it's that anything can happen.

Here's a look at how the Final Four has shaped up in the 2021 NCAA Tournament.

March Madness Final Four

1. No. 2 Houston vs No. 1 Baylor

NCAA Tournament Semifinal
Date: Saturday, April 3
Time: 5:14 p.m. EST
Venue: Lucas Oil Stadium – Indianapolis, IN
Coverage: CBS
Spread: HOU: +5 (-116) | BAY: -5 (-106)

2. No. 11 UCLA vs No. 1 Gonzaga

NCAA Tournament Semifinal
Date: Saturday, April 3
Time: 8:34 p.m. EST
Venue: Lucas Oil Stadium – Indianapolis, IN
Coverage: CBS
Spread: UCLA: +14 (-106) | GONZ: -14 (-116)

March Madness Bracket 2021

Updated 2021 NCAA Tournament bracket heading into the Final Four.
Updated 2021 NCAA Tournament bracket heading into the Final Four.

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