No. 12 Ole Miss vs. LSU Tigers soccer betting odds, point distribution

by | Oct 19, 2021 | Golf Balls

The LSU Tigers (4-3, 2-2 SEC) soccer team will face Ole Miss (5-1, 2-1) at Vaught Hemingway Stadium in Oxford, Mississippi on Saturday. The kick-off is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. CT.

Below we look at the LSU vs. Ole Miss odds and lines.

LSU outlasted Florida 49-42 to win as an underdog with 12.5 points in Death Valley when the over landed. In fact, it was the highest scoring game in the history of the series. The win resulted in a loss of two games and an uncovered skid.

Ole Miss, ranked # 12 on USA Today Sports’ AFCA coach poll, dodged the Tennessee Volunteers, golf balls, mustard bottles, and beer cans for a 31-26 win in Knoxville Saturday night. Ole Miss improved to 3-2-1 ATS. The 31 points were actually a season low in production for a win.

LSU vs. Ole Miss Football odds, spreads and lines

Tipico Sportsbook odds; Access USA TODAY Sports betting odds for a complete list. Rows last updated Tuesday at 3:33 PM CT.

  • Money line: LSU +270 (bet $ 100 to win $ 270) | Ole Miss -360 (bet $ 360 to win $ 100)
  • Against the Spread (ATS): LSU +9.5, -103 (bet $ 103 to win $ 100) | Ole Miss -9.5, -117 (bet $ 117 to win $ 100)
  • Over / Under (O / U): 75.5, O: -112 (bet $ 112 to win $ 100) | U: -108 (wager $ 108 to win $ 100)

Betting statistics 2021:

  • ML: LSU 4-3 | Ole Miss 5-1
  • ATS: LSU 3-4 | Ole Miss 3-2-1
  • O / U: LSU 4-3 | Ole Miss 3-3

LSU, Ole Miss head-to-head football

Tennessee wide receiver Velus Jones Jr. (1) is turned upside down by the Mississippi defense in the NCAA college football game between Tennessee and Ole Miss in Knoxville, Tennessee on Saturday, October 16, 2021.

LSU leads the all-time series 64-40-4 and has won five in a row in this series. That includes a 53-48 win at Baton Rouge last year.

LSU won 58:37 on November 16, 2019, the last time these teams met in Oxford. The last Ole Miss win in the series came on November 21, 2015 with 38-17 punches from LSU to spark a party at “The Grove”.

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Lane Kiffin is the head coach of Ole Miss Football. Ed Orgeron is LSU’s head football coach.

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