Team USA is a 1.5-goal favorite against Portugal with -345 moneyline odds.
The United States Women’s National Team is 10-0 all-time against Portugal across all competitions.
There are -200 odds for the United States to score over 1.5 goals in the match.
AUCKLAND – The United States faces Portugal as a 1.5-goal favorite in the Group E finale. A match total of 2.5 goals has -115 odds to go over.
Continued dominance over Portugal is expected by World Cup betting sites which list the United States with -345 odds on the moneyline.
United States Vs Portugal Betting Lines
Team USA has won all 10 of their head-to-head matches with Portugal, outscoring them 39-0 in those matches. The United States most recent 1-0 victory over Portugal was more dominant than the score indicated, as Team USA outshot Portugal 26-4 and had 15 corner kicks.
Their two meetings prior were 4-0 and 3-0 United States victories, giving an edge to legal sports betting on the 1.5-goal spread instead of United States moneyline.
There are also +400 odds for a draw after the United States drew with Netherlands in their last World cup match. Odds for each team’s total goals props indicate a draw is unlikely and an early USA lead is profitable.
United States Vs Portugal First Half Betting
The United States have -1100 odds to score over 0.5 goals and -200 to score over 1.5 goals while Portugal is +122 to score in the match. First half betting on soccer provides a valuable betting angle in favor of the United States.
Bet the -125 odds for the United States to get out to an early lead in the first half of their World Cup match against Portugal.
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