Oklahoma Sooners vs Villanova Wildcats Live Stream, Start Time: Watch NCAA Final Four Online

The winner moves to the tournament final.

With only four teams remaining in the hunt for the best team in the nation, the Villanova Wildcats battle the Oklahoma Sooners in the Final Four of the NCAA Tournament.

The matchup is on April 2, 2016 and tip-off is at 6:09 PM ET.

This should be a very interesting game as both are seeded at number two coming into the tournament and have proven their worth and are now only two wins away from being crowned champions.

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For Villanova, they began their tournament by facing UNC Asheville and it was a dominating performance from the onset of the game. They would go on to give the 15th seed a good beating en route to an 86-56 victory.

When they moved to the second round, they had the task to battle seventh seed Iowa and many thought it was going to be a close game.

However, Villanova had other plans and they kept the pressure to beat their opponents 87-68 to book their place in the Sweet 16.

Waiting for them were the third seed Miami who had grinded out wins in their previous two rounds.

It could be fatigue but they could not compete with the Wildcats as they were blown away 92-69 to go to the Elite Eight.

In what was one of the more anticipated games, Villanova faced top seed Kansas with the winner moving on to the final four and Villanova kept their composure against a favoured opponent.

They eventually won 64-59 to upset the tournament juggernauts and are now one win away before featuring in the showpiece event.

On the other hand, Oklahoma battled CSU Bakersfield and dominated them 82-68 to move on.

Next up were 10th seed VCU who gave Oklahoma a run at the game as it was close, but the Sooners won 85-81 to book a date with Texas A&M.

There it was a great performance against the third seed as they won 77-63 to face top seed Oregon in the Elite Eight.

They still had magic up their sleeves as Oklahoma handled their rivals en route to an 80-68 win to get their spot in the Final Four.

To get live streaming on this game, click here.

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