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How to Watch-Listen to Razorbacks' Road Matchup with Tigers

Hogs look to find some hitting at Auburn this weekend to hang onto lead in SEC West

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Auburn may have some injured pitchers.

If Arkansas can't hit any better than they did Tuesday night, though, it really won't matter.

Maintaining a two-game lead in the SEC West, the Razorbacks will go to The Plains this weekend with an opportunity to strengthen their position atop the division.

The Hogs lost to Missouri State earlier this week when the offense disappeared and made a 6-4 final score look a lot closer than the game actually was.

It was more like a 6-1 game, which was the score before the Hogs mounted a little ninth-inning rally and actually managed to get the winning run to the plate before another easy out ended things.

The ranked showdown between No. 4 Arkansas (34-11, 14-7 SEC) and No. 19 Auburn (31-14, 12-9 SEC) starts at 7 p.m. Friday on SEC Network+ and Fubo.tv.

The second game of the series will broadcast nationally at 4:30 p.m. Saturday on the SEC Network and Fubo.tv before the road trip concludes with a 1 p.m. first pitch on Sunday on SEC Network+ and Fubo.tv.

The Hogs are going for their fourth consecutive series win over the Tigers this weekend.

Arkansas has won its last three series and five of its last six against Auburn, including the most recent series between the teams on The Plains in 2019.

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On the Air

Friday and Sunday’s games at Plainsman Park will stream on SEC Network+.

Wiley Ballard (play-by-play) & Mark Fuller (analyst) have Friday’s call, while Ballard (play-by-play) & Gregg Olson (analyst) will handle Sunday’s series finale.

Mike Morgan (play-by-play) & Todd Walker (analyst), meanwhile, will call Saturday’s nationally televised contest on the SEC Network.

The game can also be heard with Phil Elson (play-by-play) on the call online online at HitThatLine.com or on ESPN Arkansas radio 95.3 in the River Valley, 96.3 in Hot Springs and 104.3 in Harrison-Mountain Home.

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Series History

• Arkansas and Auburn are dead even since 1992 with the overall series record tied at 48-48.

• While the Hogs have been the more dominant team in Fayetteville (26-19), the Tigers control the series when played in Auburn with a 24-18 record.

• The Razorbacks last swept the Tigers in Auburn in 2009.

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Information from Arkansas Communications is included in this story.


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