No. 4 Iowa (7-1, 1-0) vs. Minnesota (7-1, 0-1).

Williams Arena, Minneapolis; Friday, 8 p.m. EST

. BOTTOM LINE: No. 4 Iowa seeks to give Minnesota its seventh straight loss to ranked opponents. Minnesota’s last win vs a ranked opponent came against the then-No. 19 Michigan Wolverines 75-67 on Jan. 12. Iowa looked after Purdue by 15 on Tuesday.

LOTS OF EXPERIENCE: Senior management has been on screen for both teams this year. Marcus Carr, Both Gach and Brandon Johnson have actually jointly scored 51 percent of Minnesota’s points this season. For Iowa, Luka Garza, Joe Wieskamp and Jordan Bohannon have actually scored 54 percent of the group’s points this season, consisting of 74 percent of all Hawkeyes points over their last five.

PRODUCING OFFENSE: Carr has had his hand in 51 percent of all Minnesota field goals over the last five video games. Carr has 29 field objectives and 33 helps in those video games.

STREAK STATS: Minnesota has won its last seven house video games, scoring an average of 85 points while quiting 70.9.

PASSING FOR POINTS: The Golden Gophers have actually just recently converted baskets through assists more frequently than the Hawkeyes. Minnesota has a help on 44 of 66 field goals (66.7 percent) over its previous 3 video games while Iowa has assists on 66 of 100 field objectives (66 percent) during its previous 3 games.

DID YOU UNDERSTAND: Minnesota has attempted the most free tosses in all of Division I. The Golden Gophers have actually balanced 31.8 complimentary throws per game and 34.4 per game over their last five video games.

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