The No. 16 Auburn Tigers return home to Neville Arena on Saturday night for a matchup with the LSU Tigers.

Auburn will be looking for its ninth straight win during the contest. LSU will be looking to remain unbeaten in conference play.

What are the biggest things to watch for during the game?

Will Auburn take care of the ball?

One of LSU's biggest strengths is forcing turnovers. The Tigers average 10 per game as a team.

If Auburn can make good decisions with the ball, it will be in a good position to come away with the win.

Can Auburn slow down Jordan Wright?

LSU has a skilled scorer in veteran guard Jordan Wright.

Wright, a 6-foot-6 native of Waggaman, Louisiana, is LSU's second-highest scorer and leading rebounding averaging 15 points and 5.1 rebounds per game.

Wright has been making a difference in his first season with LSU and will be looking to keep his success going tonight.

Which 3-point shooting team will show up for Auburn?

Auburn has been unpredictable from 3-point range so far this season.

There have been games where the Tigers have shot in the high 40% range as a team from deep and there have been games where they do not break 15%.

If Auburn can get the deep ball working early, it could be a long night for LSU.

Will Auburn's bench shine once again?

Auburn has one of the deepest rotations in college basketball and it has shown at multiple points.

Auburn does not see a dropoff when it goes to its second lineup. That is a luxury that can not be overstated.

Tipoff is set for 5 p.m. CT. The television broadcast can be found on SEC Network, and the Auburn Sports Network broadcast can be streamed anywhere on the Auburn Athletics App.

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