NCAA Final Four Brackets 2019: Where to Watch, Live Stream, Which Teams Are in It

After two weeks and four round of games, the Final Four field for the NCAA men's basketball tournament has been set.

Virginia, Auburn, Texas Tech and Michigan State are the only four teams left of the 68 that entered March Madness, and one of them will be crowned national champion on Monday.

The Final Four gets underway on Saturday. Here's everything you need to know ahead of the weekend.

When and where is the Final Four?

The final act of the NCAA Tournament takes place at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

The National semifinals are scheduled for Saturday, April 6 with Virginia taking on Auburn at 6:09 p.m. ET, followed by Michigan State's game against Texas Tech at 8:49 p.m. ET.

The National Championship Game tips off at 9:23 p.m. on Monday, April 8.

Where to watch the Final Four

Both games will be broadcast live on CBS and will also be shown live on the NCAA's website. Live streams will also be available via FuboTV, Sling TV, Hulu, YouTube TV and PlayStation Vue.

Which teams are in it?

Virginia, Auburn, Texas Tech and Michigan State.

The Cavaliers are the only number one seed left in the tournament after beating Purdue in overtime on Saturday to secure a Final Four ticket for the first time since 1984, and only the third time in their history.

Last year, Virginia became the first number one seed to ever lose to a number 16 seed in the opening round, Tony Bennett's men are desperate to put that disappointment behind them.

The Cavaliers entered the tournament as the fourth-favorites to win the title but are now the bookmakers' pick, largely by virtue of having the meanest defense in the tournament, which has conceded a meager 55.4 points per game so far.

Michigan State arrives into the Final Four as the second favorite but has arguably secured the biggest scalp of all so far in the tournament.

The Spartans beat number one overall seed Duke 68-67 in the Elite Eight to secure a first trip to the Final Four since 2015 and their 10th overall.

Eight of those Final Four spots have come under Tom Izzo's stewardship and his experience could be crucial in the cauldron that is the final stage of an NCAA Tournament.

The 64-year-old led the Spartans to their second and so far last title in 2000 and will be hoping to add another one to his collection.

Auburn and Texas Tech, meanwhile, are making their debut Final Four appearances, but both have shown a knack for upsetting the odds.

The Tigers have knocked out number four seed Kansas, number one seed North Carolina and number two seed Kentucky on their way to Minneapolis.

The Red Raiders, meanwhile, eliminated number two seed Michigan in the Sweet 16, then sent number one seed Gonzaga packing in the Elite Eight.

Michigan State Spartans
The Michigan State Spartans celebrate after defeating the Duke Blue Devils in the East Regional game of the 2019 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament at Capital One Arena on March 31 in Washington, DC. The Michigan State Spartans defeated the Duke Blue Devils with a score of 68 to 67. Rob Carr/Getty Images
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