Villanova and Michigan will square off in a national championship rematch on Wednesday, but there are plenty of new faces on both sides.

Here are the factors that will determine the outcome on both sides of the floor.

When Villanova is on offense…

Phil Booth and Eric Paschall are the main two holdovers from Villanova’s title squad, and it looks like they are the focal points of the offense.

Booth is averaging 20 points per game, while Paschall is at 18.5. Both have been efficient thus far, and Villanova is bombing 3s as usual. A little over half of the Wildcats’ shot attempts have come from 3-point land. Expect that to continue against Michigan.

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Saddiq Bey has been outstanding for Villanova in two games, averaging 12 points while making 4-of-6 3s. The Wildcats needed a 3-and-D wing to replace Mikal Bridges, and while Bey isn’t as dynamic as Bridges, he has the goods to be an extremely valuable player. Collin Gillespie is also a reliable shot-maker. Villanova doesn’t have the high-end star power it did last year, but it will have five competent offensive players on the floor at all times. With Jay Wright at the helm, this could be a really good offense.