Women’s World Cup Odds: USA Title Odds & More Following Netherlands Draw

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Carmen Mandato/Getty. Pictured: Lindsey Horan of USWNT.

USA entered the Women's World Cup as two-time defending champions and as the 2023 tournament favorite, but they were dealt a roadblock in the form of a 1-1 draw with the Netherlands on Wednesday.

The result marked the first time the United States hadn't won a World Cup game since the 2015 World Cup, when they drew Sweden, 0-0, in the second game of the group stage — the same situation as this fixture.

USA are still at the top of Group E, ahead of the Netherlands on goal differential. However, the Netherlands will have their easiest game of the group stage against Vietnam next, while the United States will face Portugal.

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Women's World Cup Odds

Entering the group stage, the United States Women's National Team were +225 to win a third consecutive title. Now, you can find the Stars and Stripes at +275 at PointsBet, where they hold the market-best price.

Additionally, the United States essentially sit at a coin flip to win Group E, according to the odds. They're -115 to win the group, while the Netherlands are +100. Portugal, who can also mathematically win the group, are +10000.

USA are also -1450 to qualify. It's extremely unlikely they miss out on the knockout stage, but they sat at -10000 to qualify earlier in the tournament.

At FanDuel, you can find stage of elimination markets. The USWNT are +470 to fall in the round of 16, +430 to lose in the quarterfinals and +380 to lose in the semifinals and as the runner-up.

Their next game is on Tuesday, August 1, at 3 a.m. ET.

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