- The Arkansas Razorbacks are -120 favorites over the Ole Miss Rebels in their College World Series semifinal game in Omaha on Wednesday, June 22
- Already, the unbeaten Rebels own a 13-5 verdict over the Razorbacks in the tournament
- All of the Ole Miss vs Arkanas odds, picks, predictions and best bets follow in the story below
The Arkansas Razorbacks (44-20) don’t require any scouting reports to be aware of the capabilities of the Ole Miss Rebels (38-22). It remains fresh in their minds,
On Monday, the Rebels went hog wild and pounded the Razorbacks 13-5 in College World Series action. Ole Miss is a perfect 5-0 in CWS play. They’re the only school that remains unbeaten.
Arkansas will need to bring a halt to the perfection of the Rebels when the two clash in the CWS semifinals. Oddsmakers, though, are sticking with the form charts. The Razorbacks are set as -120 favorites.
Arkansas vs Ole Miss Odds
|Arkansas Razorbacks||-120||-1.5 (+135)||O 12 (-115)|
|Ole Miss Rebels||+100||+1.5 (-155)||U 12 (-105)|
Odds as of June 22nd at DraftKings Sportsbook. See the available DraftKings Sportsbook promo code before betting on this CWS game
The first pitch at Charles Schwab Field in Omaha is set for 7:00 pm ET on Wednesday, June 22. ESPN is providing the broadcast.
At a CWS betting line of -120, the Razorbacks are offering an implied probability of victory of 54.55%. Bet $10 on Arkansas and if the Razorbacks win, the payout will be $18.30. At +100, Ole Miss is offering an IP of victory at 50%. Bet $10 on the Rebels and an Ole Miss win will payout $20.00.
In the CWS betting trends, Ole Miss is currently the chalk in the CWS odds at +130. Arkansas is the third betting choice, showing odds of +500.
Ole Miss vs Arkansas Probable Pitchers
Junior right-hander Derek Diamond figures to get the ball for Ole Miss. He’s 16-14 with a 6.89 ERA this season.
Ole Miss pitchers have surrendered four earned runs over the past four games. The Rebels bullpen has allowed one run over the past 30 innings pitched. The Rebels pitching staff leads the nation in hits allowed per nine innings, shutouts, strikeout-to-walk ratio, WHIP and hits allowed per nine innings.
With tonight’s 11-1 win over Auburn, the 45th win of the season, @RazorbackBSB is the only team in the nation with at least 45 wins in each of the last five completed seasons. pic.twitter.com/6L8yft5XXW
— Razorback Communications (@RazorbackComms) June 22, 2022
Senior right-hander Connor Noland is expected to be the starter for the Razorbacks. He’s 8-5 with a 3.75 ERA.
Arkansas took two of three from Ole Miss in SEC regular-season play.
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Razorbacks Wallop Tigers
Arkansas put a top to bottom beatdown on Auburn by an 11-1 count. Five of the first six hitters in the Razorbacks batting order collected multiple hits.
Freshman first baseman Peyton Stovall was 5-for-6 with a double, two runs and three RBI. Catcher Michael Turner was 3-for-4 and right fielder Chris Lanzilli was 3-for-5 with a home run. Both Lanzilli and Turner drove in three runs. Stovall’s five hits were a CWS record for a freshman.
HOGS WIN! pic.twitter.com/AHxucQpj3y
— Arkansas Baseball (@RazorbackBSB) June 22, 2022
On the mound, redshirt sophomore Will McEntire carried a no hitter into the fourth inning. He worked seven innings of three-hit, one-run ball for the win, striking out nine Auburn batters.
Rebels Rolled Over Razorbacks
In their 13-5 rout of Arkansas, Ole Miss held a Razorbacks team that scored 17 runs against Stanford to just six hits over the first eight innings of the game.
Ole Miss is 2-0 in the CWS for the first time since 1956. The Rebels owned five all-time CWS wins prior to this year.
What a night. Sleep tight Rebs. pic.twitter.com/TaV1kCDD9G
— Ole Miss Baseball (@OleMissBSB) June 21, 2022
They are 7-0 in tournament play, outscoring opponents 64-15. The Rebels own a 77-40 edge in hits and a 29-15 advantage in extra-base hits. They’ve drawn 40 walks, compared to 14 by opponents. Since arriving in Omaha, Ole Miss is holding an 18-6 edge on the scoreboard.
Ole Miss vs Arkansas CWS Prediction
Over? Did someone say over?
As a matter of fact, yes. Consider that Arkansas beat Stanford 17-1 before the Razorbacks games with Ole Miss and Auburn. The winner in the three Arkansas games alone has accounted for 41 runs over three games. How could anyone not bet the over in this contest?
Last night was fun.
Let’s do it again? pic.twitter.com/ffY7vnku8x
— Ole Miss Baseball (@OleMissBSB) June 21, 2022
As for the game, who wants to bet against perfection? Ole Miss hasn’t missed a beat. The Rebels aren’t likely to be taking a beating.
Picks: Ole Miss Rebels ML (+100), Over 12 (-115)
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