It’s been a shaky start for the USWNT in the 2020 Olympics.
They were hammered 3-0 by Sweden in the opening match of group play. And they had a listless 0-0 draw against Australia.
However, oddsmakers still have them listed as favorites to win gold. But first, they’ll need to get by the oddsmaker’s second favorite team, the Netherlands.
Based on what we’ve seen so far, it’s questionable the US should be favorites. While still the #1 ranked team in the world by FIFA, the Netherlands are 4th and have looked more consistently strong this tournament. Can the USWNT figure it out and rise to the occasion?
2020 Olympics women’s soccer quarterfinal odds
|Canada +290||Draw +260||Brazil -105|
|Great Britain -125||Draw +265||Australia +370|
|Sweden -155||Draw +290||Japan +475|
|Netherlands +205||Draw +275||USWNT +125|
WHERE TO BET THE OLYMPICS IN THE US
In the US, you can legally bet on soccer in more than two dozen states. You can bet online in some states, but only in-person betting is allowed in most of them.
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