Kentucky takes on Alabama at home on March 4.
The Wildcats (ranked 25th in the nation) will look to rise in the national rankings ahead of March Madness.
The game, scheduled for a 9 p.m. ET tip-off, will be live streamed on ESPN.
The Crimson Tide are coming off a win vs Auburn after a loss to Ole Miss.
The Wildcats are coming off two losses and need a win before they face Florida, which is currently ranked number 1, on March 8. Florida is also ahead of Kentucky in the SEC and have not lost any games this season against conference rivals.
If the team lost the game, it would be the first three game losing streak in Kentucky coach John Calipari’s five seasons with the team, reported CBS.
Calipari was ejected during a defeat at South Carolina several days ago.
“At the end of the day, I take responsibility. I never put it on the kids. It’s on me,” Calipari said. “We’ve got to get these kids more confident. Part of it is you’ve got to work your way through it. Part of it is when adversity hits, will you come together? It’s all stuff we’re learning.”
“We’ve got two tough games left,” Calipari said. “Alabama wins big (Saturday) and coming into our place with the attitude that they can beat us and we gotta go to Florida our last game before our tournament. So we got a lot left in front of us and we got some work to do.”