Alabama vs. Missouri: Stream, injury report, broadcast info for Sat., Jan. 21

Nate Oats and the Alabama men’s basketball team will wrap up a mini-road trip on Saturday when they travel to Columbia to take on the Missouri Tigers.

The Crimson Tide will not only look to remain unbeaten in conference play but also keep their true road game record perfect too. Alabama’s two losses have come at neutral sites this season.

Freshman sensation Brandon Miller will look to continue his hot streak on the offensive end of the floor where he has back-to-back 30+ point performances.

Rebounding will play a large factor in today’s matchup as Alabama collects a commanding 46 boards per game while Missouri hauls in just a little over 31.

If the Tide can control the boards, they will likely leave Columbia with another win.

Here is everything you need to know to catch all the action between Alabama and Missouri.

How to watch

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  • Date: Saturday, Jan. 21, 2023

  • Time: 5:00 p.m. CT

  • TV Channel: SECN

  • Live Stream: fuboTV (watch here)

Injury report

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  • Nimari Burnett: out ( likely to return in a week or so)

Alabama player to watch: Mark Sears

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Mark Sears is coming off a performance where he put up just three points on 20% shooting. Sears is too skilled of an offensive player to have too many of those types of games. I expect him to come out and try to get back on track offensively against the Tigers.

Missouri player to watch: Kobe Brown

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Not only is Kobe Brown Mizzou’s leading scorer, but he is also an Alabama native. Brown will do his best to put on a show against his home state’s university.

Series history

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Alabama currently owns a 12-7 advantage in the all-time series against Missouri and is 6-4 against the Tigers in the last 10 meetings.

Score prediction

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Alabama 82, Missouri 74

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