2019 Women’s World Cup Soccer Finals Sports Betting Odds Preview

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The 2019 Women’s World Cup Final is on tap for Sunday July 7th to the satisfaction of soccer bettors worldwide. It will be the United States facing the Netherlands at 11AM Eastern Time from France and FOX provides the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current three way line available for wagering at Oddsmaker sportsbook, where the bonuses are the best in the business has USA -305 odds to win in regulation time with the Netherlands bringing back +740 odds. The 90 minute draw with injury time returns +360 odds.

Word is that US winger Megan Rapinoe will play despite reportedly only 80% fit with a hamstring injury that forced her to miss the semifinal win against England. Team USA exited Group play with a 3-0 record with a goal differential of +18. They have won their past four games all by one goal with identical 2-1 finals. Against Spain in the Round of 16 they needed two penalty kicks by Megan Rapinoe for the win. It was a 1-1 tie until the game winner came in the 75th minute. Next up was host nation France as Rapinoe scored both goals. It was 2-0 until France got within one with a goal in the 81st minute. In the semifinals the US got past England with Rapinoe on the bench. It was a 1-1 tie with the game winner coming from Alex Morgan on a header in the 31st minute. England missed on a penalty kick in the 81st minute and US held on for the win.

Netherlands won all three of their Group games finishing with a goal differential of +4. In the Round of 16 it was a 2-1 win by the Netherlands against Japan. It was a 1-1 tie until the Netherlands was awarded a penalty kick in the 90th minute and converted for the win. In the quarterfinal round the team defeated Italy 2-0 on late goals in the 70th and 80th minutes. It was the first time the Dutch qualified for the Final Four of the Women’s World Cup. The semifinal opponent was Sweden and the game was tied at 0-0 after regulation time. In Additional Extra Time the Netherlands picked up the 1-0 win with a goal in the 99th minute from long range. Dutch enter the Finals in their second World Cup appearance. Their technique and fitness always looked the best from the European teams in this tournament.

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