Wings vs Aces Prediction: Las Vegas Aces To Win

Wings vs Aces Prediction: Las Vegas Aces is predicted to win tonight’s game against the Dallas Wings as per the latest prediction.

The intra-conference battle is on, as Dallas Wings are set to host the Western conference giants Las Vegas Aces in an interesting scrape. The Aces who had hardly put a foot wrong in the Eastern Conference have been slightly vulnerable with a defeat in the last outings with the hosts in a desperate search for some redemption.

The game is scheduled to be held at the College Park Center tonight. Even though it is tough to call this game, the Aces are the favorites with the Dallas side are looking to make the most of their home advantage.

Dallas Wings vs Las Vegas Aces Prediction

Dallas WingsLas Vegas AcesPredicted Winner
OddspediaOdds: 2.80Odds: 1.47Aces

Wings vs Aces Prediction: Recent form

The Dallas Wings have done enough to make it to the postseason but a couple of victories from here will be a big boost to their confidence. They are positioned well in the table with a win percentage of 46.7 and a peculiar positive record on the road. On the flip side, their home record has taken a blow with just 5 victories in 14 games. Victories against Sky and Dream in the last two appearances have given them the much-needed momentum to go big against Aces.

The Las Vegas Aces have been in a league of their own, given their sheer dominance and current form. Despite suffering a shock defeat against Mystics by an 83-73 margin, they have a winning percentage of 71 and are far ahead in the race with an exceptional away record of 12-4. In the last five appearances, they achieved four triumphs on a trot against Sparks, Sky, Fever, and Lynx but surprisingly bowed down against Mystics.

Wings vs Aces Prediction: Head-to-head (Last 3 years)

Matches: 7: Wings: 0 Aces: 7

Last Meeting: Aces won against Wings by 92-84 margin on 15th June 2022.

Dallas Wings vs Las Vegas Aces Prediction: Players to watch


Isabelle Harrison has given out 9.1 points per season in addition to a field goal percentage of 44.8 but a little more is expected from the Center player.

Teaira McCowan put up a brave front in a loss as she fetched 20 points and 12 rebounds against Sky.

The point guard Allisha Gray has been helpful for the side with 1.2 steals and 0.8 blocks but needs to improve her attacking game. She has an impressive 3-point conversion of 38.9% in 27 appearances.

Marina Mabrey was the best player on the pitch for Wings with 26 points and 4 assists.


A’ja Wilson who has played at the center position needs to come to the party for the side as she averages 19.4 points and 9.5 rebounds in this season so far.

Kelsey Plum who is the shooting guard has a three-point percentage of 42.4 besides 2.7 turnovers per game whereas the point guard Chelsea Gray scored 20 points and 3 assists against the Mystics.

Jackie Young as the forward has been the standout forward on a consistent basis with an average of 16 points this season.

Wings vs Aces Prediction: Predicted Winner

Even though it is obvious that the Aces would run away with a victory here, the Wings are looking to send some ripples across, with an upset here. On the whole, the Aces are better positioned while the Dallas-based side has a huge task in hand to retain their 3rd spot.

Looking at the predictions from premium websites, the away side is better equipped to pull off a win here with their rivals scrambling for a big win here. The Oddschecker has given the best odds of 2/1 to Aces while the hosts have outside odds of 100/1 stacked against them.

The FiveThirtyEight is also of a similar opinion giving the Dallas side a chance of 46% while their counterparts have a 54% chance to win this clash.

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Wings vs Aces Prediction


Subhash, Founder of Crowdwisdom360 is an MBA and a Trained Financial Advisor with an extensive background in Forecasting in Financial Services and Politics. He has appeared many times on National TV and has written for a variety of magazines on Wealth Management and Election Strategy.

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