When: Saturday, 4 p.m. ET
Where to Watch: CBS
Just because the rivalry game between the two Kentucky powerhouses is not a game between two ranked teams does not mean that this game will not be exciting.
Kentucky (8-3) has pulled off four straight wins after losing to Notre Dame and Baylor in back-to-back games at the end of November.
The outstanding freshman class that the Wildcats possess will get a chance to show the nation that their early-season losses were just a fluke.
With a win, the Wildcats are sure to be back in the AP Top 25 after being absent from the list since the beginning of December.
Louisville (11-1) takes a six-game winning streak into Saturday's home game at the KFC Yum! Center.
The only loss that the Cardinals suffered this season came in the Battle 4 Atlantis final against Duke.
In the absence of injured center Gorgui Dieng, the Cardinals have relied on the trio of Montrezl Harrell, Stephan van Treese and Chane Behanan.
This will be the biggest test since the Duke game for the trio, as they will go against Nerlens Noel, Willie Cauley-Stein and Alex Poythress in the paint.
However, the game will be won in the backcourt, where Louisville has the advantage with Peyton Siva and Russ Smith, who form one of the best guard combinations in the nation.
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