The No. 1 seed South Carolina Gamecocks hope to avoid an upset when they face a red-hot scorer in Caitlin Clark and the No. 2 seed Iowa Hawkeyes women’s basketball team in a 2023 NCAA Tournament Final Four round game on Friday, March 31 at 6:00 p.m. PT/9:00 p.m. ET with a live TV broadcast on ESPN, or streaming on ESPN Plus.
• WATCH: South Carolina Gamecocks vs. Iowa Hawkeyes on Fubo (free trial) or with Sling (promotional offers), or see other live streaming and TV options for this game provided below.
LATEST LINE, POINT SPREAD AND BETTING ODDS
Moneyline: SC -850 | IO +540
Spread: SC -11.5 | IO +11.5
HOW TO WATCH
What: The No. 1 seed South Carolina Gamecocks face the No. 2 seed Iowa Hawkeyes in a 2023 NCAA Tournament women’s college basketball game.
When: Friday, March 31 at 6:00 p.m. PT/9:00 p.m. ET
Where: American Airlines Center | Dallas, Texas
TV channel: ESPN and ESPNU, or streaming on ESPN+
How to watch live stream online: You can watch this game live for FREE with Fubo (free trial). You can also get this game on Sling TV (promotional offers) if you are out of Fubo free trials, or simply prefer those platforms and their pricing plans. You can also watch a live stream of this game for less than $10 on ESPN+. It’s just $9.99/month or $99.99/full year subscription, and you can cancel anytime. (Here’s a look at how you can watch ESPN+ live on your TV.)
You can also watch this game live on Watch ESPN with your cable or satellite provider login information if you already have a provider.
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