Saturday night brings the first of the 2017 Ncaa Tournament's Elite Eight games. In the first matchup of a doubleheader, it will be an upset-minded Xavier vs. Gonzaga, a team that has survived as a No. 1 seed to this deep in the bracket. Both teams have shown they are worthy of being here, but only one will move on to the Final Four. Here's the latest game information including how to watch Xavier vs. Gonzaga live streaming online or via television Saturday night.

Muskateers vs. Bulldogs stats & odds

Xavier and Gonzaga will get things started Saturday night, just a few hours before the Oregon vs. Kansas game is live.

Here's a look at how the two teams got here, their stats and the latest odds for this matchup.

Xavier has been on a Cinderella run during March Madness, defeating No. 6 Maryland 76-65, No. 3 seed Florida State 91-66, and the No. 2 seed Arizona 73-71. They'll look to get their fourth-straight upset en route to the Final Four on Saturday night. The Muskateers (24-13) average 75.1 points a game while allowing an average of 67.3 to their opponents. A win tonight puts leading scorer Trevon Bluiett and Xavier into their first-ever Final Four.

The same will be said for the Gonzaga Bulldogs with a win tonight, as surprisingly this team has yet to reach the Final Four in the NCAA Tournament. During this latest edition of the tourney, the Bulldogs have defeated San Diego State 66-46, Northwestern 79-73, and West Virginia 61-58 in a close battle.

Nigel Williams-Goss leads the team in scoring and assists with 16.5 points per game, and 4.7 assists. As a unit, the Bulldogs are putting up 83.3 points per game on average while holding opponents to under 60 points a game. Not only are they winning but such a huge margin, but are shooting at a rate of 51 percent.

Tonight's point spread is heavily in favor of Gonzaga with the Bulldogs expected to win by at least nine points.

On the moneyline, they are a -400 favorite, while Xavier is a +330 underdog. The over/under points total is set around 144 for the complete game. Gonzaga has done well against the spread with a 20-10-2 overall record and a 19-10-2 record as the favorite. The Muskateers are just 4-9-1 when they are the underdogs and 16-19-1 overall.

How to watch the game live

Game time is scheduled for 6:09 p.m. Eastern Time. The Xavier vs. Gonzaga televised coverage is available on TBS at that time. Xavier vs. Gonzaga live streaming is available to cable and satellite customers with TBS through the TBS website, mobile apps, or the March Madness website and apps.

In addition, customers who don't have access to TBS can try out a one-week free trial of Sling TV. After signing up and choosing the channel package which includes TBS, new customers will get to see the game live streaming online through various devices including smartphones, tablets, laptop computers and media streaming devices.

Who will win this Elite Eight battle: Xavier or Gonzaga?