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Preview: #3 Villanova @ Wake Forest

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

On Friday afternoon, the #3 Villanova Wildcats face the Wake Forest Demon Deacons. Both teams come into the game with 3-0 records.

Both teams are 1-0 at neutral site games. This game will be broadcasted on ESPN2 at 1:30 pm from the Gildan Charleston Classic at the TD Arena in Charleston, S.C.

This will be the second meeting between the two teams. Villanova won 70-57 in their first meeting on Dec. 30, 1999.

Villanova has won their past nine games, including last season. They haven’t lost since being beat by Seton Hall in the Big East Conference Championship game 69-67 on March 12, 2016.

Wake Forest has a three-game win streak. They have beat the Radford Highlanders, the Bucknell Bison and the UTEP Miners.

They haven’t lost since being beaten by North Carolina State 75-72 on March 8, 2016.

Villanova is averaging 81 points per game. Wake Forest is averaging 92.3.

John Collins leads the Demon Deacons with 20.3 points per game. He also leads the team with 9.0 rebounds, while Bryant Crawford is averaging 7.7 assists.

Josh Hart leads the Wildcats with 17 points per game. Darryl Reynolds is averaging 7.3 rebounds and Jalen Brunson is averaging 3.0 assists.

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