Women’s World Cup Spain vs. Netherlands Odds & Prediction: The Sharp Play for Quarterfinal Clash

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Spain vs. Netherlands Odds

Spain Odds-120
Netherlands Odds+340
Total2.5 (+105 / -145)
DateThursday, Aug. 10
Time9:30 p.m. ET

* Odds via BetMGM as of Thursday afternoon

Two of the current favorites to win the Women's World Cup go head-to-head in the quarterfinal tonight in a matchup between two European powers.

Netherlands and Spain face off in a game that will be watchable for most Americans. The game kicks off at 9:30 p.m. ET on FOX.

Spain opened at plus money and is currently a -120 favorite to win in regulation at BetMGM. The 90-minute draw is +240.

The bet is a sharp angle on one side, and it comes from the market report at BetMGM.

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Spain vs. Netherlands Prediction, Projection

There are many ways to bet on soccer matches when in knockout rounds. The most popular bets are the 90-minute lines. But it can also be smart to bet on a team to advance.

One of the most popular bets at BetMGM for this match is the Netherlands to advance at +175. But the sharps are on Spain to win in regulation.

Spain is getting 44% of the bets and accounts for 76% of the handle on the 90-minute moneyline.

If you want to bet Spain to advance, that requires laying -250 juice.

Pick:  Spain to Win in Regulation (-120)

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