Charlotte vs. South Carolina CFB Prediction and Odds - Sep 24, 2022Last updated: Sep 24, 2022, 11:35PM | Published: Sep 19, 2022, 4:18AM
South Carolina and Charlotte lock horns in College Football action at Williams-Brice Stadium on Saturday, with kickoff at 7:30PM ET.
Dimers' best betting picks for Charlotte vs. South Carolina, plus game predictions and best odds, are detailed below.
Who will win Charlotte vs. South Carolina?
Based on trusted computer power and data, Dimers.com has simulated Charlotte vs. South Carolina 10,000 times.
Dimers' leading predictive analytics model, DimersBOT, currently gives South Carolina an 89% chance of defeating Charlotte.
Charlotte vs. South Carolina Current Odds
- Spread: South Carolina -23.5 (-107), Charlotte +23.5 (-107)
- Moneyline: South Carolina -1799, Charlotte +1300
- Total: Over/Under 66.5 (-107/-107)
Point Spread, Moneyline and Over/Under
South Carolina is the -23.5 favorite against Charlotte, with -107 at PointsBet the best odds currently available.
For the underdog Charlotte (+23.5) to cover the spread, PointsBet also has the best odds currently on offer at -107.
PointsBet currently has the best moneyline odds for South Carolina at -1799. That means you can risk $1,799 to win $100, for a total payout of $1,899, if it gets the W.
On the other hand, DraftKings Sportsbook currently has the best moneyline odds for Charlotte at +1300, where you can bet $100 to profit $1,300, earning a total payout of $1,400, if it wins.
The Over/Under sits at 66.5 with PointsBet, which currently has the best odds for the Over at -107, as well as the best odds for the Under at -107.
According to DimersBOT, the bookmakers have got it right and both Charlotte and South Carolina are a 50% chance of covering the spread, while the 66.5-point Over/Under is a 54% chance of going Under.
Best Bets for Charlotte vs. South Carolina
- Spread: Charlotte +23.5 @ -107 via PointsBet (50% probability)
- Moneyline: Charlotte @ +1300 via DraftKings Sportsbook (3.7% edge)
- Total: Under 66.5 @ -107 via PointsBet (54% probability)
Dimers' best bets are based on complex simulations and betting expertise to serve you the best possible plays 24/7.
While South Carolina is more likely to win the game, according to DimersBOT, betting on Charlotte moneyline is the best option due to the 3.7% edge found when comparing our data-led probabilities to the betting odds currently available.
Taking advantage of the edges seen on Dimers is one of the keys to being a profitable bettor in the long run.
Charlotte vs. South Carolina Prediction
Dimers.com's predicted final score for Charlotte vs. South Carolina at Williams-Brice Stadium this Saturday has South Carolina winning 44-20.
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Dimers has full betting coverage of this week's Charlotte-South Carolina matchup, including pregame predictions, computer picks, and live win probabilities.
Don't forget, DimersBOT updates frequently, so keep checking this article for the latest betting analysis ahead of Charlotte vs. South Carolina on Saturday September 24, 2022.
Charlotte vs. South Carolina 2022 CFB Game Info
Saturday's matchup between South Carolina and Charlotte in College Football at Williams-Brice Stadium is scheduled to commence at 7:30PM ET.
- Who: Charlotte vs. South Carolina
- Date: Saturday September 24, 2022
- Time: 7:30PM ET / 4:30PM PT
- Venue: Williams-Brice Stadium
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