Eight teams will punch their tickets to the Sweet 16 Saturday when they play in the 2019 NCAA Tournament Round of 32. A few of the games are considered to be near toss-ups, though the highest seeds on the schedule are heavy favorites.

After No.1 Gonzaga defeated No.16 Fairleigh Dickinson by 38 points in their March Madness opener, the Bulldogs are laying 13 points against No.9 Baylor. No.2 Michigan State struggled to beat No.15 Bradley, but the betting line for their contest with Big Ten rival No.10 Minnesota is 10 points.

No.2 Kentucky is only a five-point favorite over No.7 Wofford. Wildcats’ leading-scorer PJ Washington is expected to miss his second straight game with a foot injury.

No.5 Auburn is the only team that’s favored over an opponent that has a better seed. It’s also in the contest with the smallest point spread.

Below are the available betting lines for Saturday’s second-round March Madness games, including point spreads and totals. These are the consensus odds from multiple sportsbooks in Las Vegas and online, via OddsShark.

No.6 Maryland (+2.5) vs. No.3 LSU, 147

No.7 Wofford (+5) vs. No.2 Kentucky, 141.5

No.10 Florida (+7) vs. No.2 Michigan, 118.5

No.12 Murray State (+5) vs. No.4 Florida State, 144

No.9 Baylor (+13) vs. No.1 Gonzaga, 148

No.10 Minnesota (+10) vs. No.2 Michigan State, 143

No.6 Villanova (+4) vs. No.3 Purdue, 137

No.5 Auburn (-2) vs. No.4 Kansas, 147.5

Michigan State Michigan Basketball Xavier Tillman #23 of the Michigan State Spartans battles for a rebound against Ignas Brazdeikis #13 and Jon Teske #15 of the Michigan Wolverines during the second half at Breslin Center on March 9, 2019 in East Lansing, Michigan. Photo: Gregory Shamus/Getty Images