Alabama Crimson Tide – Clemson Tigers. Dmitriy Donskoy’s prediction

01:30/Jan 12 '16

Viasat-Sport commentator and the Bookmaker Ratings expert Dmitriy Donskoy expects Alabama Crimson Tide to win in the upcoming CFP National Championship between Alabama and Clemson Tigers. The game will be played on a neutral field at University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, AZ.

Alabama Crimson Tide go as favourite to National Championship game . They play against Clemson Tigers. If Nick Saban wins it, that’ll be his fourth title in the past seven years. Saban’s side have Heisman winner Derrick Henry in their roster, who has four 200-yard games in regular season. Main question in this game is how Clemson rushing defense can stop Bama rushing?

Clemson showed their rushing game in National Semifinal against Oklahoma. QB Deshawn Watson and RB Wayne Gallman perfectly crashed Sooners rushing defense. Alabama is a linebackers team. Players like Tim Williams, Ryan Anderson and Reuben Foster have 31,0 TFL in the previous games.

Key stat of this matchup is “rushing defence”. Clemson allowed a hundred and over yards in nine games of their 14 previous games. Alabama had only two games with the same distance. Key duel of this game is Clemson TE Jordan Leggett versus Tide cover schemes. Leggett shows great ability in red zone. He has seven passing TD’s. Alabama have some players with nine pass breakups, who can play against opponent TE’s. But one of the main factors of this game is turnovers margin, where Alabama have great advantage (9). Clemson numbers are far more worse (-1).

In that case I can propose that Alabama will win this game with -7,0 spread. The line is 2.00 with William Hill.

Single: Lost
Alabama Crimson Tide - Clemson Tigers
12.01.2016 01:30 \B\S\T
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