USA -110 to Qualify for World Cup Knockout Round Following Draw With England

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The United States Men's National Team played to a 0-0 draw against England in their second match of the World Cup, and according to sportsbooks, that was a net neutral result for the Stars and Stripes.

Prior to the fixture, the United States were around -110 to advance to the knockout stage. Over at bet365, the team's odds didn't move much, as they're already listed at -110 to qualify.

While there were some solid chances in the contest for both sides, it was mostly played with a conservative viewpoint in mind from both teams. According to, there was just about one expected goal (xG) in the entire match.

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As it currently stands, the US are in third place in Group B, thanks to a late Iran victory over Wales. England remains atop the group with four points, Iran have three and the US have two. Wales have the lone point they secured in their opening match against the USA.

The United States will take on Iran while England will clash with Wales in the final matchday of the group. Those matches will take place on November 29.

It's essentially a win or go home situation for the Stars and Stripes, who need to beat Iran to qualify for the knockout stage. If the US is able to secure all three points from the fixture, they'll secure a knockout place. If they don't, they'll be sent home early.

Elsewhere in the group, England are -10000 to qualify for the knockout stage, Iran are -120 and Wales are +1600.

Bring on Tuesday afternoon.

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